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 BCFM Drivetime 
 No cranks! Try 'astounding' chiropractors for muscle aches and pains
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour news review: with Labour Councilor for Brislington East Mike Langley: First Bus – Bus Unions, Bristol Buses before privatisation and with part privatisation, problems with First Bus, Tim Bowles – Metro Mayor, Maggie Thatcher and privatisation, Unions and conditions for bus workers used to be much better; Excellent new ITV Wednesday night Drama called 'Cleaning Up', starting at 9pm, where cleaners spy on City of London insider traders to make money - Struggling mum Sam discovers access to lucrative stock market information while working as a cleaner at Canary Wharf. Is this the answer to her spiralling debts? ITV Wednesday evenings 9pm - Council Housing and Right to Buy in 1980s;  Government needs to build three million social homes to solve housing crisis, finds landmark review – Corbyn government;  Alan Shane discusses closure of ADM squat in Amsterdam: Life in Amsterdam's biggest squat – in pictures - Several children have been born and raised in the community that has grown up around the former shipyard - After 20 years, squatters occupying the Amsterdamse Droogdok Maatschappij former shipyard have been ordered to leave. Photographer Sanne Derks met members of the community, who say moving elsewhere is impossible - and a new 'ADM Solidarity' squat at 39-40 High Street, next to the Bristol Ticket Shop; Council run Bristol Energy made £8.4m loss – although if you use it an average saving of £200 a year could be made; Bristol Waste – not doing their job properly; Brislington Park and Ride - Buses in Brislington, First Bus App;  Full Council Meeting – Marvin Rees criticises auditors for saying £100,000 pay out to Anna Klanowski was questionable; PMQs Jack Lopresti – end of tolls on Seven Bridge – why no Prime Ministers' Questions from Bristol Labour MPs? PMQs - 11 homeless died in York last year; PMQs Brexit – Dominic Grieve and Yvette Cooper amendment hopes to stop government spending on 'no deal' Brexit - are we really leaving EU on 29th? London pensioner jailed for accusing school parents of killing and eating babies – how the case of Sabine McNeil has been portrayed in press – she is jailed for 9 years for stalking and breaching a restraining order.

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