Edward Colston

The politicised trial of the Bristol statue topplers shows the law surrounding protests is mired in confusion

Why the statue-smashers can’t tolerate civil society

The campaign to put up a statue to Bristol’s greatest benefactor wasn’t about Colston, it was about Bristol

The moment Colston went on trial, so did justice

Tories reject unconscious bias training, BBC show critical race lecture, and Colston falls (again)

The toppling of Colston’s statue in Bristol sends a terrible message to today’s would-be philanthropist

Tearing down Edward Colston’s statue conceals the past and suppresses the speech of the dead

Feeling strongly about an issue is a dangerous justification for mob action