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PMQs Closure of Cheltenham A&E – privatisation of NHS. Cheltenham General Hospital’s A&E department could remain closed until March 2021 due to Covid-19 – Cheltenham’s Emergency Department was turned into a temporary Minor Injuries Unit in June 2020.Credit: ITV West Country The Accident and Emergency Department at Cheltenham General Hospital could remain closed until March 2021. It was shut temporarily in June 2020 with emergency admissions directed to the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital in Gloucester, eight miles away. The original decision was made by the NHS trust that manages the hospitals to help tackle the coronavirus pandemic. It was aimed at reducing transmission of the virus between patients and to maximise non-Covid-19 care. Cheltenham A&E was turned into a Minor Injury and Illness Unit (MIIU), operating from 8am to 8pm seven days a week, initially for a period of three months. That three months is now up but, with fears that there will be a second wave of coronavirus cases, managers want to extend the temporary closure to the end of March. Cheltenham General Hospital signThe Trust says it will not compromise on the safety of patients or staff.Credit: ITV West Country The campaign group REACH – Restore Emergency at Cheltenham Hospital – is concerned that the coronavirus pandemic is being used as an excuse and Cheltenham A and E may never reopen. In May, Cheltenham MP Alex Chalk said: “Common sense tells you that the longer any service is suspended, the more difficult it is to reinstate.”

Family living in Bristol house boat have to leave. ‘We could now lose everything’ – Family told to leave house boat in dispute with council ‘It has turned our world upside down’ By Estel Farell Roig Senior reporter When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. A family living on a boat on the Harbourside in Bristol say they could be made homeless after being told to leave the vessel by the city council. Molly Petts and her partner Trevor Gray have been living on a boat moored on the Wapping Wharf side of the Harbourside for several years and, back in 2016, they bought a bigger boat in order to start a family. However, the couple is now having a dispute with the council over building works carried out to the new boat which the council says were not approved. The boat, the council has said, is also sitting in the harbour under a leisure licence, not a residential licence. But the family claim to have been misled in the process and is now seeking legal advice after being asked to leave over safety concerns. They say they received an email from the harbour manager in July saying they were carrying out the works in direct contravention of the harbour master’s instructions. Ms Petts said: “It has been really horrible and stressful. “And during a pandemic, everything adds up – it has been such an emotional rollercoaster. “We have been asked to leave the vessel immediately but we have nowhere else to go. “It is really hard and it is taking a toll on our relationship, it is not fair on our little boy either as he deserves our attention.


Information released under Freedom of Information law showed the council had access to a live dashboard of “all social media data” relating to the council and Mr Rees and was receiving monthly reports about “what people in the city are thinking and feeling”.

Questions raised over ‘social media spying’ as council contract ends Bristol City Council’s controversial contract with a firm that uses “big data software” to monitor social media chat is due to end today Lots of us are using social media to stay in touch with friends and loved ones during the coronavirus pandemic – Bristol City Council’s controversial contract with a firm that uses “big data software” to live-monitor social and online conversations is due to end today (September 30). And opposition councillors are now asking whether authorisation was needed for the “surveillance”, which they say was “covert” until it was revealed earlier this year. The council has said anyone can “review” social media posts and it is not illegal. The authority hired social media insight and analysis company Impact Social to harvest and analyse social media chatter about itself and the city’s elected mayor in March 2018. But the 30-month, £90,000 contract did not come to light until February this year, when it emerged the council was paying the firm to conduct “online and social media analysis” of the online accounts linked to itself and Marvin Rees. Information released under Freedom of Information law showed the council had access to a live dashboard of “all social media data” relating to the council and Mr Rees and was receiving monthly reports about “what people in the city are thinking and feeling”. One example included a pie chart showing the Twitter handles of individuals, such as Liberal Democrat councillor Tim Kent, who had mentioned “Marvin Rees”, “mayor of bristol”, @MarvinJRees, @BrisMayorOffice or “Bristol Council” in their tweets.

Mayor Rees’s live monitoring of Council social media, ‘Impact Social’, to end. Information released under Freedom of Information law showed the council had access to a live dashboard of “all social media data” relating to the council and Mr Rees and was receiving monthly reports about “what people in the city are thinking and feeling”. Is Marvin Rees a bad Mayor or not? Bristol Council questioned over social media ‘spying’ Councillors are asking whether the “surveillance”, which they say was “covert”, needed authorisation. Bristol City Council’s controversial contract with a firm that uses “big data software” to live-monitor social and online conversations is due to end today (September 30). And opposition councillors are now asking whether authorisation was needed for the “surveillance” which they say was “covert” until it was revealed earlier this year. The council has said anyone can “review” social media posts and it is not illegal. The authority hired social media insight and analysis company Impact Social to harvest and analyse social media chatter about itself and the city’s elected mayor in March 2018. But the 30-month, £90,000 contract did not come to light until February this year, when it emerged the council was paying the firm to conduct “online and social media analysis” of the online accounts linked to itself and Marvin Rees. Information released under Freedom of Information law showed the council had access to a live dashboard of “all social media data” relating to the council and Rees and was receiving monthly reports about “what people in the city are thinking and feeling”. One example included a pie chart showing the Twitter handles of individuals, such as Liberal Democrat councillor Tim Kent, who had mentioned “Marvin Rees”, “mayor of bristol”, @MarvinJRees, @BrisMayorOffice or “Bristol Council” in their tweets. At the time, the council said it was a cost-effective way of “listening” to the public and that it had considered the requirements of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). But some members of the public expressed concerns the surveillance breached their privacy, and opposition councillors accused the council of wasting taxpayers’ money on “social media spying”. Now Green councillor Clive Stevens has sought answers about whether the council needed – and gained – authorisation for the surveillance. Cllr Stevens asked his question at a committee meeting on Monday (September 28) where the local authority’s use of covert surveillance powers was discussed. Under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) 2000, the council can use various means of covert surveillance to prevent or detect crime, but it needs the prior approval of a designated authorising officer and the Magistrates’ Court. But, according to the council’s RIPA policy, it may sometimes be “necessary, and proportionate” to carry out covert surveillance for activities other than serious crime. In these “non-RIPA” instances, staff must get the approval of an authorising officer but not the court. Sarah Sharland, the council’s RIPA monitoring officer, told the meeting that social media monitoring would amount to “covert surveillance” if was done covertly and in a “planned investigatory manner”. Cllr Stevens asked: “So, if you had a software that was looking at social media posts over a period of time and reporting back, that would certainly be covert surveillance.” Ms Sharland said: “If it had been done covertly and in an organised ongoing way, then yes “But if you can get it overtly because it’s public information, you wouldn’t need to do the covert surveillance.”

PMQs housing targets – British housing system. PMQs number of rough sleepers under recorded – Universal Credit increases homelessness.

Trevor Mealham discusses Lloyd’s Bank fraud, Common Purpose and the shadow government – www.action4justice.co.uk what is Common Purpose? Action 4 Justice comprises a team of professional property experts who have found ourselves at the mercy of the corporate banking systems. Action4Justice Believes People Matter! As Action4Justice grows organically we engage with a pool of experts; people from all walks of life, pooling their knowledge to form a powerful information base for the benefit of all.Because we believe People Matter, action 4 Justice brings people together to forge a path to establish the truth. We stand as a force 4 good in supporting other members to find justice for victims of mortgage and banking fraud. Action 4 Justice site is for the general public; people who might have previously thought they were alone in their struggles against bank and mortgage fraud. Action4Justice consists of helpful constructive advice towards bank fraud and Mortgage Fraud.About our Action4Justice TeamTrevor has over 33 years in the property industry and is an industry stakeholder. He has advised local government and worked with HMRC assisting with many property and money laundering consultations. More recently, Trevor has assisted many people who have been subject to systemic banking and mortgage fraud to establish the truth against the big banks. Gary has 27 years in the property sector a estate agent and ex property developer with 30 years’ experience and expertise in Land Registry matters as well as property fraud investigation and have detailed knowledge of property title. Dave, a former criminal investigator, has since gained many years’ experience investigating property fraud both at home and internationally resulting in the return of properties to several hundred people who were defrauded of their title through criminal activities, fraudulent documents and corrupt court officials. With many high profile contacts he has forged a path to the truth behind what really happens behind the closed doors of the big banks and financial and legal institutions. As more banking fraud and, in particular, mortgage fraud stories come to light more people are questioning their own banking arrangements and looking deeper in to their own affairs. This is revealing widespread banking fraud and mortgage fraud. With Action4Justice Forging a Path to Establish The Truth it is achieving many more successes with alleged prosecutions within corporate banking industry.

Deutsche Bank money laundering crisis!!!!! Deutsche Bank Money Laundering Scandal Could Create Greatest Economic Crisis in History The leak of the FinCEN Files over the weekend has rocked global markets and augurs a financial crisis of epic proportions as Deutsche Bank hovers over the precipice. by Raul Diego

False Flag Attack? Manchester Bombing Inquiry: LATEST MANCHESTER ARENA ANOMALIES WHICH SUGGEST MI5/MI6 MAY HAVE BEEN THE PERPETRATORS WITH GEOPOLITICAL AND ELECTION INFLUENCING OBJECTIVES. SO WAS SALMAN ABEDI A MURDERED PATSY? HE CERTAINLY WASN’T A ‘LONE WOLF’ AS WE WERE FIRST LED TO BELIEVE: MI5 WERE tracking Abade and his radical friends; – Fire chief Dave Russel ‘APOLOGISES’ for firefighters not responding for TWO HOURS; but former chief Peter O’Reilly said firefighters were HELD BACK by anti-terror police for 90 minutes; with a FAKE CLAIM of a LIVE SHOOTER that DIDN’T EXIST – enquiry hears that a suspicious man was ignored by arena security – as was DAWN WADDY who spotted a ‘suspicious woman’ who she also reported to the incompetent security guards – REVEALED: UK admits contact with Libyan group linked to Manchester bomber: Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP, who asked the question, said: “The Foreign Office has told me that it is ‘likely’ it had links to the Libyan rebel group for which the Manchester bomber fought.” He said the response left the government with “serious questions” to answer over whether it facilitated Abedi’s travel to fight in Libya. After his father returned to Libya in 2011 to fight for LIFG, Abedi reportedly travelled back and forth between his home and Manchester and Tripoli, and fought alongside his father during the school holidays. Other reports indicate he was injured in 2014 in eastern Libya while fighting for an Islamist militant faction. Fabian Hamilton MP, a member of Labour’s shadow foreign office team, told MEE: “These revelations show that the British government must look more closely at who it supports and has communications with, not only in Libya, but across the world. “The situation in Libya in 2011 was extremely complex, and still is today, with several different organisations claiming to represent the people of that country, while showing a willingness to take part in violence to meet their political ends.” ‘No questions asked’ Following the Manchester attacks, several former Libyan rebel fighters now back in the UK told MEE that they had been able to travel to Libya with “no questions asked” and that “old-school LIFG guys” were allowed to travel to the country. At the time, sources told MEE it appeared the government allowed the travel of Libyan exiles keen to fight against Gaddafi, including some whom it had earlier deemed to pose a potential security risk. Raffaello Pantucci, director of international security studies at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), told MEE the revelations showed the “complexity” of the Libyan conflict. “If you are dealing with a situation when armed groups are the dominant forces, you are obliged to deal with them, but in a fluid situation, as was the case in Libya, you can find that someone who was an ally one day can produce conflict the next,” he said. Moazzam Begg, a former Guantanamo Bay prisoner and outreach director of human rights group Cage, who visited Libya in 2011, told MEE that the British government’s use of and support for former members of the LIFG during the Libyan uprising was a “pretty open secret”.



PMQs Brexit and trade war with the US.

Julian Assange’s ‘Extraordinary Extradition’ hearing ends: UN Special Rapporteur On Torture Nils Melzer on the end of the rule of law; Media Lens – BBC hardly reported on case; Julian Assange’s fiance, Stella Morris, giving a statement outside the court; The Dreyfus Affair –’J’Accuse’ film by Roman Polanski. – 13 April 2020 – Julian Assange’s partner Stella Moris speaks out: “His life is on the brink” – Commenting on the impact of the US-led pursuit of Assange on their young children, she said: “I think they’re both traumatised by what’s happened over the last few years. I compare it to being in a war-zone. Constant, relentless attacks. That there are operations underway, and it’s not some crazed conspiracy. It’s part of the context in which everything to do with Julian exists.” In a YouTube video released by WikiLeaks yesterday, Stella Moris, a 37-year-old lawyer, revealed that she has been in a personal relationship with Julian Assange since 2015 and that they have two infant children together. In accompanying comments to the Daily Mail, the South-African born lawyer explained that she was speaking out publicly for the first time, because Assange’s “life is on the brink.” She warned that “Julian’s poor physical health puts him at serious risk, like many other vulnerable people, and I don’t believe he will survive infection with coronavirus.” Julian Assange’s partner Stella Moris speaks out: “His life is on the brink” Moris concluded by stating that she had to speak publicly, “Because I feel like Julian’s life might be coming to an end. It’s been ten years of breaking someone down, of trying to destroy his life, and it’s a well-known pattern with whistleblowers, people who expose the powerful, they destroy them… Somehow everyone has failed Julian, they have taken every negative angle. They can do that to anyone.” Moris further explained: “Just like in war, when people fall in love and decide to live their lives, in an act of rebellion, I think falling in love is a kind of act of rebellion in a context where there’s a lot of attempts to destroy your life and your reason for doing what you are doing.” Moris powerfully defended the WikiLeaks founder, whom she is engaged to marry, spoke movingly about the close bond of their young family and called for Assange’s immediate release from London’s maximum-security Belmarsh Prison. Moris spoke of the “extreme pressure” that she and her family have been under. She noted that because of his role as a public figure targeted by powerful governments for his publishing activities, everything about Assange’s life is liable to be “used against him.” Oscar Grenfell The lawyer said that they had made a “deliberate decision” to form a family, while Assange was a political refugee in the embassy building. They had wanted “to break down those walls around him, to see a life, imagine a life beyond that prison. For many people it would be insane to start a family in those circumstances, but for us it was the sane thing to do. It is what keeps things real…When he sees the children, it gives him a lot of peace and nurturing and support.” Their first child, Gabriel, now two-years-old, was born in 2017. His brother, Max, is one-year-old…



Bailout of the Queen after Covid 19 financial difficulties. The Queen is to get a bailout from the taxpayer after her land and property investments plummeted due to coronavirus pandemic – Singer Helen Reddy dies – her song Angie Baby (1974).

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