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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Bristol: beware 'Fintec' as this smart city encounters the cashless society
 Weekly Program
 
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2019/05/09/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-147/
First hour news review: Cabinet Member for Energy and Transport;  Bristol Energy moving into Energy Servicing – Smart meters not secure;  City Leap Energy Programme – de-carbonising;  transport – Metro Mayor and bus franchising; Labour wants to help Mayor Marvin Rees set-up a Bristol-run bus company  Mr Rees said a council-owned bus company or franchise could 'reduce car dependency' possible Bristol run bus company; ideology of privatisation; First Bus and Smart ticketing Apps – (1) First Bus M-ticketing App (2.9) Sept 2018 - (2) First Bus Bus travel & times App (3.1) April 2019 - don’t work well; Bus Priority and Metrobus; Cashless Metrobus a good idea? Author of Brett Scott author of The Heretic's Guide to Global Finance: Hacking the Future of Money (Pluto, 2013) discusses who benefits from a cashless society and the problems with it – automated financial technology; Political Prince Charles is in Berlin discussing why we should remain in the EU after Brexit – should he get involved in politics? Like his relationship with Jimmy Savile Prince Charles's friendship with paedophile clergyman Bishop of Gloucester Peter Ball was 'misguided'; VIP child sex abuse – used as blackmail against politicians; conviction of Detective Constables Sharon Patterson, 49, and Lee Pollard, 47, who hid evidence and forged documents because they didn’t want to investigate child sex abuse claims; PMQs  21,000 police cut since 2010;  Thames Valley Police investigated Avon and Somerset Police as they weren’t investigating Lloyds Bank and £1bn fraud; Rowan Bosworth Davies ;  Mayor Marvin Rees discusses a Bristol congestion charge; Underground in Bristol? PMQs Local Elections – Theresa May should stand down - Brexit; Tony Robinson has quit Labour Party after 40 years – saying is now an antisemitic party run by a leftist clique; Universal Credit could be scrapped in trial of basic income across parts of UK.

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