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 Alleged Lloyds Bank BSG fraud ignored by Avon and Somerset Police
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2019/02/07/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-134/
First hour news review: with Labour activist Mal Sainsbury and Labour Councillor for St George Troopers Hill Fabian Breckles. Lloyds Bank alleged fraud not looked into by Avon and Somerset Police – Steve Brodie’s report on BBC Points West – cuts to police. Dru Marland, a trans woman, discusses how the Gender Recognition Act could be improved and why having your gender legalised is important– toilet sharing issues, is gender a social construct??, book written about Dru by Richard Beard ‘Becoming Drusilla’. Albert Finney dies – clip of him in ‘Saturday Night, Sunday Morning’ (1960) - which was X rated certificate in 60s and is now PG – what happened to British film industry? All about the money - good modern films and TV dramas. Brexit: Michael Foot and Ted Heath discuss the rights and wrongs of the EEC in the 70s; The decision for the UK to leave the European Union was overwhelmingly supported in parts of England with low income; Irish PM Leo Varadker discusses what he thinks of the backstop – Irish peace process; Corbyn in 2009 in Ireland – discussing the second Irish referendum on EU Lisbon treaty and the EU creating a ‘military Frankenstein’ - Germany and France considering an EU army; why May’s deal is so bad; People’s Referendum and uncertainty; Mark Carney warns no deal is increasingly likely - and could spark recession Mark Carney discussing how markets are sensitive to uncertainty; but why does Carney always gets economic forecasts wrong? QE and Bank of England – socialism for super rich.

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