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Teenage entrepreneur launches wearable tech to tackle Covid-19 transmissions from face touching
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Who was Edward Colston, why was his statue toppled?
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Airbus planning to cut 1,700 jobs in UK as result of coronavirus crisis
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50 years since Brunel’s SS Great Britain refloated
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Bristol statue saved from harbour and paint will be kept
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Sign taken down from Colston Hall in Bristol
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Bristol mayor responds to criticism over toppling of slave trader statue
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Mayor calls on politicians to understand statue incident
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Home Office minister: Pulling down statue was a crime
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Starmer: Edward Colston statue should've been properly taken down a long time ago
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Bristol statue toppled and sunk could be recovered for museum
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Black Lives Matter Protesters Toppled Slave Trader Statue
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Moment protesters tear down Edward Colston statue
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Patel: Edward Colston statue toppling is ‘disgraceful’
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Controversial statue pulled down during protest in Bristol
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Rare lemur born at British zoo
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Woodpecker chick insists on food deliveries from busy parents
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Bristol's Freedom Youth LGBT group marks 25 yearsFreedom Youth has been helping LGBT+ youths in Bristol for a quarter of a century.
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Bristol protests: Man arrested over pulling down of Edward Colston statueA man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage by police investigating the toppling of a statue to 17th century slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol.
Edward Colston: Bristol's Colston Arms pub to be renamedThe landlord of the Colston Arms in Bristol asks for the public's help in choosing a new name.
Bristol band Idles' Facebook fan group 'helps save lives'A Facebook group about the band Idles becomes a space for members to talk openly about problems.
Alfred Fagon statue: Police release photo of man they want to talk toA statue honouring the Jamaican poet, actor and playwright Alfred Fagon was damaged in Bristol.
Bristol slave trader statue: Mayor receives racist lettersBristol mayor Marvin Rees says he has been sent anonymous notes telling him to leave the country.
Edward Colston: Bristol churches remove windows dedicated to 17th century slave trader'These dedications have prevented many people from finding peace in these beautiful building' diocese says
Enslaved African man's headstone in Bristol vandalisedIt is thought to be a "retaliation attack" for the toppling of the Edward Colston statue in Bristol.
Edward Colston name removed from Colston Hall in BristolBristol Music Trust said the removal of Edward Colston's name was a "symbolic moment".
Black Lives Matter: Bristol cenotaph 'punch' photo investigatedA photograph taken at the event appears to show a man being hit by a protester.
Black Lives Matter: Pledges for change in Bristol after protestPolice, teachers and community leaders have put forward their hopes for change in Bristol.
Black playwright's statue in Bristol doused in 'bleach'A statue honouring the Jamaican poet, actor and playwright Alfred Fagon is attacked in Bristol.
Black Bristol artist's barge plan near Colston statue dumping siteBristol African Caribbean Culture Space wants to raise £600,000 for the venue in Bristol harbour.
Edward Colston statue fished out of Bristol Harbour following Black Lives Matter protestsBristol native was 17th-century slave trader
Cecil Rhodes: Oxford vice-chancellor warns against 'hiding our history' in row over statue of colonialist#RhodesMustFall movement comes into renewed focus after removal of Edward Colston statue in Bristol
Artist Banksy has new take on toppled statue of English slave traderThe toppling of a statue of a 17th century slave trader in the English port city of Bristol was hailed by some as a long-overdue reckoning with Britain's imperalist past and denounced by others as a..
Edward Colston: Bristol schools consider name changeColston's Girls' School in Bristol says a statue of the slave trader has been removed from its site.
England's Genge defends tearing down of Bristol slave trader statueBristol-born England rugby international Ellis Genge says the tearing down of the Edward Colston statue was "warranted".
Edward Colston: Tory councillor condemns toppling of slave trader statue in Bristol'Colston to me and generations of Bristolians stands out as a hero whose wealth has continued to benefit the housing, education and healthcare of the citizens of this city'
'No sense of loss': Bristol mayor says statue of slave trader Edward Colston was 'personal affront'Police launch investigation into pulling down of controversial statue by anti-racism protesters
Felling of British slave trader statue heats up simmering debateThe toppling by anti-racism protesters of a statue of a slave trader in the English port city of Bristol has given new urgency to a debate about how Britain should confront some of the darkest chapters..
Edward Colston: What else in Bristol is named after wealthy slave trader?Divisive figure's wealth and charity have seen his name adorned across Bristol
Premier Inn fire: Bristol hotel to be rebuiltWork is due to start later this summer and the hotel is expected to be completed by the end of 2021.
Secret WW2 spy gadgets sell for £17k at Bristol auctionThe objects used by stranded British troops included maps hidden in dominos and a hollow key.
Premiership: Leicester and Bristol bosses want carefully planned Premiership returnGeordan Murphy and Pat Lam say rugby union's return needs careful planning with Murphy warning against rushing a restart.
Toilet-dwelling lizard inconveniences Bristol manUnwelcome surprises in the toilet are 10 a penny, but this one takes some beating.
Sandcastle trail pops up in Knowle West, BristolKnowle West may be 16 miles from the nearest beach but contains many roads named after seaside towns.
Coronavirus: Film in eight languages 'shared worldwide'The video - fronted by a GP from Bristol - explains how to stay safe during the pandemic.
Coronavirus: Eddie Large funeral held in BristolThe late star - famous for his partnership with Syd Little - gets a rousing send-off in Bristol.
Greta Thunberg's Bristol climate rally cost council £10,000The bill included costs for closing roads, for toilets and for 10 crowd control barriers in Bristol.
Coronavirus: Bristol boy with spina bifida raises thousands for NHSInspired by fundraiser Capt Tom Moore, Frank Mills, six, begins own challenge.
Coronavirus: Banksy makes 'bathroom' lockdown artThe elusive Bristol artist says his wife "hates it when I work from home".
Man jailed for raping teen he followed off Bristol busMichael Murray attacked the teenager and also hit a second victim after she rebuffed his advances.
Coronavirus: Bristol DJ's rooftop show watched around the worldHoward Purse, known as Lord Dubs, says he has received comments from Istanbul, Malaya and Mexico.
Coronavirus: Bristol tower block social-distancing 'impossible'More than 80 families in one Bristol tower block have access to just two lifts and one laundry room.
EasyJet despicable over Egypt rescue flights, Bristol couple saysA Bristol couple were among up to 150 people stranded in Egypt amid coronavirus flights confusion.
Bristol explosion: Drug producer James Toogood jailedJames Toogood was using butane to make cannabis oil when he destroyed a block of flats.
Bristol WWII bomb blown up on playing fieldsThe device is thought to have been brought back to Bristol as a WWII souvenir.
Bristol flat explosion: Man 'was making beans on toast'James Toogood is accused of causing the explosion at a flat while trying to make cannabis oil.
Bristol volunteer Lesbos migrant aid worker feels 'hunted'Dav, from Bristol, says the situation for migrants and Lesbos residents is "beyond breaking point".
Greta Thunberg Bristol protest: College Green grass growing backThere were complaints College Green in Bristol had been ruined by thousands during the protest.
Premiership: Bath 13-19 Bristol - Bears win at Bath for first time in 14 yearsBristol produce an excellent defensive display to beat neighbours Bath 19-13 for their first win at The Rec since November 2006.
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Greta Thunberg in Bristol: 'Change is coming'Environmental campaigner Greta Thunberg rallies protesters in Bristol ahead of a march through the city.
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