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 BCFM Drivetime 
 'The beast is slain': CAA's Joe Glasman, joy at 'antisemitic de-circumciser’ Corbyn UK election failure
 Weekly Program
 
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2020/01/09/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-174/
First hour news review: General Election we just had – Jo Swinson lost her seat – a vote for Brexit?;  contenders for the Labour leader;  contenders for the Lib Dem leader; Political odds, William Hill betting; PR needed for fairness; do Tories want a No Deal Brexit? Will US do decent trade deals with us? Corbyn won’t endorse a new Labour leader; statement by Mayor Marvin Rees on Boris Johnson’s supposed racist comments – in context of his article Boris’s words have a different meaning: If Blair's so good at running the Congo, let him stay there - You don’t have to have a degree in critical analysis to see that Boris’s use of the words 'piccaninny' and 'watermelon smiles' was an attack on Blair and his imperial delusions, not on people in the Congo or anywhere else. Harry and Meghan stepping back from Royal Family; “The beast is slain,” Joe Glasman, from Campaign Against Anti Semitism (ASS), discusses his joy at 'De-circumciser' Corbyn not being elected; extremism is not the norm; Bristol City Councillor, Harriet Bradley, suspended for alleged ‘anti Semitism’; Ofsted report on how special needs children are being failed in Bristol – underhand illegal Council tactics on preventing funding for special needs children – austerity; Bristol Energy loses £38m Good money after bad? Bristol Energy’s spiralling losses – will it break even by 2023? No Bristol Energy should be closed down now says Tim Kent. Bristol Holdings Ltd – not enough scrutiny.

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