FELICITY COLLIER tells the story of Bristol Sisters Uncut and their fight against gentrification
Thursday 6th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
STREET artists in Bristol are showcasing their creative skills to highlight the Tories’ destruction of the NHS — and the growing fightback to protect it.
Two murals have appeared in the city this week. One depicts US President Donald Trump and Tory PM Theresa May embracing...
Saturday 25th Feb 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
by Felicity Collier in Bristol
ANGRY Bristolians marched through the city on Saturday demanding that its mayor block plans to slash more than £100 million from the council’s budget.
The Bristol and District Anti-Cuts Alliance led the march, ahead of...
Monday 20th Feb 2017
TWO women employed by cut-price airline easyJet won a victory over the right to breastfeed at work yesterday.
And the breakthrough could set a precedent for other female workers.
The two Bristol-based cabin crew members, Sara Ambacher and Cynthia McFarlane, went to an...
Friday 30th Sep 2016
by Will Stone
A THOUSAND jobs could go as Bristol City Council faces up to a £29 million cash black hole.
The Labour-led council says dwindling government funding has created the shortfall and is launching a voluntary redundancy scheme next week.
The authority has...
Tuesday 23rd Aug 2016
LABOUR’S electoral victories continued over the weekend, after the party’s Marvin Rees was elected mayor of Bristol with nearly double the votes of the incumbent mayor.
Jeremy Corbyn rushed to Bristol to celebrate the success of Mr Rees, who was said to be the first person...
Monday 9th May 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
HUNDREDS marched through Bristol this weekend against plans by the city’s health chiefs to dish out NHS contracts to tax avoiders.
Campaigners in the city are demanding that Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group, the body responsible for handing out lucrative contracts to health...
Monday 7th Mar 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
BRISTOLIAN health service activists celebrated yesterday after a profiteer failed in its bid to take over a renowned mental health unit.
NHS England rejected a proposal to run Bristol Riverside Adolescent Unit by Huntercombe Group, a division of the financially crisis-ridden...
Friday 8th Jan 2016
Wednesday 16th Dec 2015
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Chris Searle on jazz
Tuesday 30th Jun 2015