Bristol’s two universities will not play each other at rugby for two years, following a major incident of crowd disturbance following the last varsity rugby match at Ashton Gate. The Bristol Post understands that a number of students were expelled from both universities following the trouble, which saw rival students face up to each other in what staff working at Ashton Gate Stadium said was ‘like a battleground’.
A teenage girl sent to a mental health unit 80 miles away took her own life five days after she was discharged back to her home in Bristol. Becky Romero, aged 15, was sent home from the unit in Bournemouth, Dorset, after less than a month, but there was no bed in the only equivalent unit in Bristol, and within a week she had taken her own life at the family home in Bedminster Down.
An inquest into the death of a teenage girl who took her own life took a dramatic turn after the NHS insisted there had been a bed available to treat her in Bristol – moments after a senior psychiatrist had told a coroner none had been free. The family of Becky Romero let off cries of anguish when coroner Maria Voisin returned from the afternoon break with a statement she had received, minutes earlier, from NHS England.
The Belfast Child issue. It’s 2024 & two women meet on a Bristol-Belfast plane: one going home after an abortion, the other heading off to give birth.
Brexit as a short story/opinion piece: https://t.co/a5tNsG3ZOZ
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Selecting a term
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