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 Theresa May’s various Brexit secretaries: EU Brexit deal vs 'no Brexit' – DUP won’t back it
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2018/11/23/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-126/
First hour news review: with LibDem councillor for Knowle, Gary Hopkins. Anna Klonowski £98,000 pay off when she ‘resigned’ from Bristol Council – official auditors looking at it - and Mayor Rees getting rid of most of senior management at Council;  protest about Bristol buses – problems with First Bus and it’s services – new flat fare more expensive than old system;  Mark Bradshaw, Labour Councillor, who had transport portfolio for a long time, discusses how to sort bus problems out and franchising of buses;  statement from First Bus’s Rob Pym about complaints;  ‘We want more carriages,’ say passengers crammed onto packed Bristol commuter trains;   People really don't like the 'hard' seats on the posh new trains serving the south Wales mainline;  British rail passengers spend six times more on train fares than European counterparts;  PMQs Corbyn – Theresa May’s various Brexit secretaries – her Brexit deal – DUP won’t back it; Mervyn King said ‘no deal’ may be the best deal: Mervyn King: Britain better off going for hard Brexit. Former Bank of England governor says despite political difficulties there will be many opportunities once UK leaves EU. PMQs DUP Nigel Dodds –  Theresa reneging her promise on Irish border;  Britain joined the EEC in 1973 – some cautious voices on this from the time – Peter Shore, Tony Benn, and Margaret Thatcher;  BBC Nick Robinson interviews Kier Starmer on Theresa’s Brexit agreement and Labour’s position on it;  PMQs school cuts – austerity isn’t over!;  PMQs kids scared to go in parks because of crime levels; Lib Dems and austerity.

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