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Maros Tancos and Joanna Gomulska recruited victims from care homes and orphanages, and promised them steady work. Bristol – Metro …
Streets are now ‘giant unregulated car parks’ say frustrated residents. Bristol – Metro …
Council will continue to offer households with children places at controversial Hengrove office block conversion, after review finds it suitable ‘for many’ families but concludes improvements are needed.
The post Imperial Apartments landlord misled council over tiny flats used to house homeless families appeared first on The Bristol Cable.
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He had previously subjected Mr Boorman to years of threats and abuse. Bristol – Metro …
Mum Glenda Powell, 40, said ‘this is the face of a six-year-old who is exhausted from travelling to an airport at 10pm and just wants to go home’. Bristol – Metro …
Chief Constable Sarah Crew said the view that policing is institutionally racist has legitimacy, but it’s important to move beyond the term.
The post Avon and Somerset Police commits to anti-racism work, but refuses to admit force is institutionally racist appeared first on The Bristol Cable.
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The gang struck while the family was on a school run. Bristol – Metro …
Maddie went missing from her home in Bristol after saying she was going the shops. Bristol – Metro …
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- M48 Severn Bridge closure: What alternative routes can you take?by Ewan Quayle on June 24, 2022 at 4:00 pm
The Severn Bridge is closing for repairs
- Inside house where 29 slaves were kept by couple who gambled away their wagesby Metro News Reporter and Sam Courtney-Guy on June 23, 2022 at 1:00 am
Maros Tancos and Joanna Gomulska recruited victims from care homes and orphanages, and promised them steady work.
- Tourists dump cars on streets ‘for up to eight weeks’ to avoid airport parking costsby Kirsten Robertson on June 17, 2022 at 5:08 pm
Streets are now 'giant unregulated car parks' say frustrated residents.
- Ex-soldier who killed neighbours says he does not remember the attackby Jordan King on June 13, 2022 at 11:13 pm
The veteran stabbed the parents with the ceremonial knife he was given when he left the Army.
- ‘Terminator’ killer jailed for at least 38 years for murdering dad-of-threeby Kirsten Robertson on June 9, 2022 at 3:27 pm
He had previously subjected Mr Boorman to years of threats and abuse.
The Bristol Cable
- This week in Bristol: Uni seeks to appeal landmark suicide rulingby Sean Morrison on June 25, 2022 at 8:00 am
Care workers are to strike over working conditions, Bristol modern slavery victims are jailed, plus everything else you need to know in this week’s briefing. The post This week in Bristol: Uni seeks to appeal landmark suicide ruling appeared first on The Bristol Cable.
- Carers strike to protest pay cuts at St Monica’s Trust care homesby Aphra Evans on June 23, 2022 at 5:29 pm
Staff, who in two years could lose up to thousands of pounds in wages, report colleagues are leaving amid 'intimidating' behaviour from management. The post Carers strike to protest pay cuts at St Monica’s Trust care homes appeared first on The Bristol Cable.
- ‘This house became the gate to hell’: Bristol modern slavery victims tell of horrific abuse as ringleaders are jailedby Sean Morrison on June 23, 2022 at 1:29 pm
Maros Tancos and Joanna Gomulska’s sentencing brings an end to a case charities say highlights the need to address immigration system failures that stop survivors coming forward. The post ‘This house became the gate to hell’: Bristol modern slavery victims tell of horrific abuse as ringleaders are jailed appeared first on The Bristol Cable.
- Bristol’s mayor shouldn’t cherry pick which journalists attend his briefingsby The Bristol Cable on June 23, 2022 at 10:42 am
Local democracy reporters have been banned from attending Marvin Rees’ press conferences, sparking a boycott from local media outlets. The post Bristol’s mayor shouldn’t cherry pick which journalists attend his briefings appeared first on The Bristol Cable.
- Bristol trial tackling drink spiking is hailed a nationwide successby Aphra Evans on June 21, 2022 at 2:28 pm
A pilot project in Bristol has seen reports of drink spiking cases skyrocket – meaning the recent awareness campaign might have made people feel more able to speak out. The post Bristol trial tackling drink spiking is hailed a nationwide success appeared first on The Bristol Cable.