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Listen: The Debrief, as seven Palestine Action activists are found guilty of criminal damage to Bristol’s ‘murder factory’

Cable journalists discuss covering the recent 'Elbit seven' trial, which brought into sharp focus a Bristol-based arms manufacturer’s role in supplying Israel’s war in Gaza. The post Listen: The Debrief, as seven Palestine Action activists are found guilty of criminal damage to Bristol’s ‘murder factory’...

Whistleblowers reveal institutional racism at local NHS trust

A Cable investigation spanning months has uncovered that complaints of institutional racism at University...

Bristol councillors vote down Marvin Rees’ final budget after bad-tempered debate

The Greens came under fire for voting against Labour’s plans without providing alternative solutions....

Bristol rogue trader slapped with criminal order after victims built dossier to expose him

Lewis Thomas, who operated anonymous carpentry businesses on social media, has six months to...

High Court judge refuses to rule on whether Bristol Uni owed duty of care to student

The University of Bristol has lost its appeal in the discrimination case of Natasha...

‘Hypocritical and unacceptable’: Leading climate academics call out Bristol Uni for accepting fossil fuel funding

Bristol University is an institution famed for its world-leading climate research. But over recent...

LISTEN: Kingswood locals care about everything but a ‘meaningless’ by-election

In this episode of our Area in Focus series, we explore the border town’s...

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Salma Najjar on experiencing the Gaza war as a Palestinian in the UK

Salma, a lawyer who spent her childhood in Gaza, shares the 'dystopian' experience of...

Inclusive or exclusive: can community-led housing schemes provide for people most in need?

In recent years Bristol has seen the development of several new community-led housing schemes,...

UK News

Lincolnshire Dad Raises Concerns Over Council House Safety

Disabled Holbeach resident Says His Council Property Is Not Safe The disabled dad of three...

Independent Review of Tragic Death of Two-Year-Old Bronson Battersby in Skegness

An independent review will take place into the deaths of a two-year-old boy and...

Bristol News Today

‘Speaking is a political act’: Bristol artists push Arnolfini for action over Palestine controversy

The prominent gallery has apologised for cancelling two events from the Palestine Film Festival...

Listen: Cable Live, with Gary Younge talking journalism, race and power

Join the renowned writer, broadcaster and academic for a powerful talk exploring his childhood,...

Revealed: Notorious Bristol rogue landlord flouted banning order

Naomi Knapp was prohibited from renting out her properties to new tenants in 2022,...

‘I can do action’: cafe owner who organised tower block evacuation response aiming to be councillor

When she heard Barton House was being evacuated in November, Cafe Conscious owner Deniece...

Listen: Inside Bristol’s ‘murder factory’ arms facility, with the activists on trial for occupying it

Palestine Action activists are on trial for smashing into an Elbit factory that ships...

News From Around The UK

Does the Bristol Cable have an editor? Not really…

Collaboration and collective decision making are at the heart of how our editorial team...

‘You needed young people’: how one man nurtured a community on an east Bristol allotment site

Tenants of Bristol’s sought-after allotments are pushing back hard on council proposals to hike...

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Ruth Pitter on the role of the charity sector, pioneering Black theatre and her recent MBE

Neil chats to Ruth, a daughter of the Windrush generation, on her decades of...

Bristol’s Clean Air Zone is not exactly winning people over – but the data says it’s working

A new report shows air pollution has reduced both inside and outside the zone...

Cable Live: Shon Faye talks trans liberation, mental health and diversity in journalism

Shon Faye, author of the award-winning book The Transgender Issue, joins June Tuesday for...

A home for the ‘Hypochondriac, Mad and Distracted’: remembering the ‘madhouses’ of Fishponds

For more than 100 years, a family firm profited handsomely from running mental health...

News Now From Around The UK

Labour MP Kate Osamor Suspended for Holocaust Memorial Day Post

MP Kate Osamor Suspended After Holocaust Educational Trust Had Condemned Her Post Labour MP Kate Osamor's causes controversial with her post on Holocaust Memorial Day. Accusing Israel of genocide in her remarks, Osamor faced widespread criticism and allegations of disrespect towards survivors of the Holocaust.   On...

Travel & Lifestyle

Lake Como Unveiled: A Timeless Destination of Elegance and Charm

Embark on a journey to the heart of enchantment as we unveil the timeless allure of Lake Como, a destination that transcends mere travel, beckoning wanderers into a realm of elegance and charm. Nestled amidst the captivating landscapes of northern Italy, Lake Como stands...

‘It’s nonsense…’ the Greater Manchester village looking to grow – but locals say it’s full

The green space in Littleborough has been descended upon by workers - sparking a debate locally Read MoreMEN - News

Foreign Office issues Greece & Spain Travel Weather Warning

The Foreign Office has updated travel advice for those heading to Spain and Greece as extreme temperatures spark serious health concerns for holidaymakers.   An urgent warning by the Foreign Office has been issued for people going to Spain and Greece during the heatwave. Spain and Greece...

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Listen: The Debrief, as seven Palestine Action activists are found guilty of criminal damage to Bristol’s ‘murder factory’

Cable journalists discuss covering the recent 'Elbit seven' trial, which brought into sharp focus...

Whistleblowers reveal institutional racism at local NHS trust

A Cable investigation spanning months has uncovered that complaints of institutional racism at University...

Bristol councillors vote down Marvin Rees’ final budget after bad-tempered debate

The Greens came under fire for voting against Labour’s plans without providing alternative solutions....

Bristol rogue trader slapped with criminal order after victims built dossier to expose him

Lewis Thomas, who operated anonymous carpentry businesses on social media, has six months to...

High Court judge refuses to rule on whether Bristol Uni owed duty of care to student

The University of Bristol has lost its appeal in the discrimination case of Natasha...

‘Hypocritical and unacceptable’: Leading climate academics call out Bristol Uni for accepting fossil fuel funding

Bristol University is an institution famed for its world-leading climate research. But over recent...

LISTEN: Kingswood locals care about everything but a ‘meaningless’ by-election

In this episode of our Area in Focus series, we explore the border town’s...

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Salma Najjar on experiencing the Gaza war as a Palestinian in the UK

Salma, a lawyer who spent her childhood in Gaza, shares the 'dystopian' experience of...

Inclusive or exclusive: can community-led housing schemes provide for people most in need?

In recent years Bristol has seen the development of several new community-led housing schemes,...

‘Speaking is a political act’: Bristol artists push Arnolfini for action over Palestine controversy

The prominent gallery has apologised for cancelling two events from the Palestine Film Festival...

Listen: Cable Live, with Gary Younge talking journalism, race and power

Join the renowned writer, broadcaster and academic for a powerful talk exploring his childhood,...

Revealed: Notorious Bristol rogue landlord flouted banning order

Naomi Knapp was prohibited from renting out her properties to new tenants in 2022,...

‘I can do action’: cafe owner who organised tower block evacuation response aiming to be councillor

When she heard Barton House was being evacuated in November, Cafe Conscious owner Deniece...

Listen: Inside Bristol’s ‘murder factory’ arms facility, with the activists on trial for occupying it

Palestine Action activists are on trial for smashing into an Elbit factory that ships...

Does the Bristol Cable have an editor? Not really…

Collaboration and collective decision making are at the heart of how our editorial team...

‘You needed young people’: how one man nurtured a community on an east Bristol allotment site

Tenants of Bristol’s sought-after allotments are pushing back hard on council proposals to hike...