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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Oliver Letwin: Jeremy Corbyn may become Prime Minister for two decades
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2019/03/07/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-138/
First hour news review: with Conservative councillor for Westbury-on-Trym and Henleaze, Geoff Gollop - also local food campaigners Stephanie Wetherell and Humphrey Lloyd. BBC's Danny Shaw: Ten charts on the rise of knife crime in England and Wales - offenders under 18 are still more likely to be cautioned than locked up. Budget of Bristol City Council: Marvin can do what he wants; cuts - Council will only able to do social services; increase in staff in Mayor Marvin's office; what would Tory party do differently? Paul Hazeldean discussing Wild Goose cafe food and food bank handouts increasing - also for working people. Steph Wetherell from Bristol Food Producers: market gardens, farmers markets, local vegetables, and shops; Market gardener Humphrey Lloyd from Land Workers Alliance - Union for small growers; no subsidy for smaller farmers; Brexit - how will it change system? Selling off of County Farms; sensible trade. Brexit: Oliver Letwin MP - on BBC's Week in Westminister 'no deal' must come off the table or, in the wake of the disaster, Jeremy Corbyn may become Prime Minister for two decades; Iain Duncan Smith - extension for Brexit not possible; former Brexit Minister, Steve Baker - civil service running everything; - Lord Peter Ricketts on BBC Hardtalk - civil servants in charge; Peston show on ITV - can Theresa get her deal through? Labour Antisemitism row: Margaret Hodge on C4`news - anti Zionism is anti Semitism; Israel going outside its 1948 borders; Mark Francois MP and John Mann MP on Peston - Corbyn not anti Semitic just a poor leader.

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