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Opinion | The opening of a new JD Wetherspoons on Gloucester Road will test Bristol’s loyalty to independent businesses

After a planning process that took seven years, Bristol City Council have now approved a plan to build a Wetherspoons on Gloucester Road next year.
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Opinion | Stop being poor! – Bristol needs to stop ignoring the necessity of part-time work

Every student with a part-time job knows how it feels. That sinking feeling of colleagues airing your message in the group chat, forcing you to pull an eight hour shift the day before an exam.
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Opinion | Banning afro swim caps is bad. Excluding minorities from sport is worse

The International Swimming Federation (FINA) recently decided to ban “afro” swim caps at the upcoming Olympic Games. This discriminatory measure reminds us that current levels of diversity in sport are far from gold medal-worthy.
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Opinion | Are English universities really setting up their students with skills for the “real world”?

The English University System is renowned for being one of the most prestigious and accomplished education systems in the world. Is this still the case in a post-pandemic 21st century?
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Opinion | Do you have to be able to deal with a disability?

I am a disabled student and, like many first years, I found the transition to university difficult. This was exacerbated by the slow and lacking response from the disability support services - and I have not suffered this alone.
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Pride month: a celebration or a corporate masquerade?

Every June, the world celebrates Pride Month. This is to commemorate the Stonewall Riots of June 1969, which saw an uprising of members of the gay community in response to police raids of the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City.
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The Euros: Are we all in it together?

It’s (maybe) coming home! England is through to the Euro semi-finals and will be playing Denmark tonight to fight for their place in the competition final.
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Why the University doesn’t care about your Bristruths post (at least not for now)

The inability of our institutions to understand the student population sometimes seems so prevalent that lethargy might reasonably be mistaken for strategy.
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