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Bristol Rovers' hopes of avoiding relegation from League Two have suffered a setback after they lost 3-2 at fellow strugglers Portsmouth.
Matt Harrold equalised twice for Rovers after Pompey had led through Adam Webster and Danny Hollands.
But substitute Wes Fogden hit the winner for the hosts twenty minutes from time.
It leaves Rovers third from bottom in League Two, level on points with Northampton, but Rovers have a better goal difference.
A Bristol MP could face an investigation over her failure to declare cash donations to her local party.
Charlotte Leslie the Conservative member for Bristol North West apologised to the House of Commons earlier this month for failing to comply with the rules. But now a letter of complaint has been made to the Westminster Standards Watchdog.
Ms Leslie asked questions about the proposed Severn barrage but failed to mention that her local party had received £17,000 from the boss of the Bristol Port Company, which opposes it.
Banksy's latest work "Mobile Lovers" has been put on show at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery while the question of its ownership is resolved.
Our reporter Richard Payne talks to Ray Barnett, the Collections Manager, about the windfall. He says it would be useful if the Bristol street artist let people know what he thought about the controversy but in the meantime people can come to see it for free.
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Queues are expected as the latest work by Bristol artist Banksy goes on show, (at 10 am).
The mural, "Mobile Lovers" is at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery while questions about its ownership are resolved.
It went up on a wall in Clement Street but was taken in by a nearby youth club to keep it safe.
There will be a box for donations to the club beside the work.
A photographic exhibition is taking place in Bristol over Easter to tell the stories of 20 people living with disabilities of all kinds.
It's been organised by local charity The Brandon Trust to celebrate two decades of providing support for independent living.
The Charity says care has changed enormously in twenty years. They're now helping disabled people lead the lives they choose.