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 BCFM Drivetime 
 the origins of the EU being funded by CIA money to prevent Communism
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour news review: with Conservative Councillor for Henbury and Brentry Chris Windows and Brexit Party co-ordinator for Gloucestershire Stuart Adair. EU elections.  Interview with Brexit Party coordinator for Gloucestershire, Stuart Adair: Brexit Party ahead in polls for EU elections – what are their policies? Should Theresa May go? Nationalisation vs. privatisation;  Probation service - Offender supervision to be renationalised; No Deal Brexit and it’s problems; Boris Johnson to be next Tory leader?  Leader of the International Paneuropean Union, founded in 1923 in Munich, Arch Duke Karl von Hapsburg from Austria says Brexit like a reality TV show;  International Pan European Union; Alan Brown discusses the origins of the EU being funded by CIA money to prevent Communism; PMQs British Steel and trade wars – Chinese steel; British Steel secures new funding from lenders to keep operating FT story; PMQs trade deals for single market version of Brexit; Labour and Tory Brexit negotiations gone nowhere;  PMQs Tories want Theresa to resign;  Brexit campaigner says he's 'very confident' of proving Britain has ALREADY left the EU as he raises £58,000 for court battle and scoffs at government calling his case 'hopeless';  demise of the Jeremy Kyle show – should Ofcom deal with this kind of TV too? PMQs Jeremy Corbyn – rich get richer and poor get poorer – Universal Income;  Reuters – Britain risks heading to US levels of inequality, warns top economist. Sir Angus Deaton says UK is at risk of extreme inequality in pay, wealth and health;  Bristol planning committees – student flats – Theresa May in Bristol today;  Richard Eddy attack against Theresa May;  Facebook closes 23 pages in Italian, with 2.4 million followers - spreading fake news and words of hate - Half were in support of the League and the M5S;      G4S ambulance crew members 'accidentally recorded themselves saying they could 'beat the f*** out of' a mental health patient with a fire extinguisher then claim self-defence'.

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