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 BCFM Drivetime 
 US taking over computer industry.  Brexit – launch for EU elections
 Weekly Program
 Estella Ticknell, Kevin Cahill, Martin Summers
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour news review: with Labour councillor for Lockleaze Estella Ticknell. Films – Whatever happened to UK/US filmmaking? Why are good films not backed? Movie franchises;

Visit to Britain by Trump; Huawei – leak overruling US, UK will use Huawei kit; PMQs Huawei linked to hostile Chinese intelligence services – US mass surveillance in UK, US taking over computer industry.

Brexit – launch for EU elections: Nigel Farage and his new Brexit Party will tarket Labour ‘leave’ seats – Labour seats in Brexit constituencies; Change UK party – Chuka Umunna; Caroline Lucas on QT saying Farage is a racist; actor John Rhys-Davies on BBC Question Time: QT audience ERUPTS as Lord of the Rings star savages MPs – ‘You have BETRAYED democracy’ – fragmentation and civil war – danger of no Brexit – and a leaver from Nottingham; PMQs Brexit – are we going to leave?

XR Extinction Rebellion in London: climate change affecting migration and wars; Roger Hallam, XR co-founder from Bristol, says why he started it; Backed by US security services? George Soros? How to fix climate change; public transport – when Ken Livingstone ran Fares Fair in 1981/1982 8000 less serious accidents on the roads; First Bus – bus franchising.

Former bank of England governor Mervyn King – comparing his 1950s generation to younger generation – book: ‘The End of Alchemy’. Thatcher and housing; Capitalism and QE; Bristol housing. Half of England owned by less than 1% of population: new book ‘Who Owns England’ by Guy Shrubsole, and ‘Who Owns Britain’, ‘Who Owns Britain’ and ‘Who Owns The World’ by Kevin Cahill; building houses; land registry needed; buying own house; renting and security

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