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 BCFM Drivetime 
 plus Bristol City Slackers, politicians named and shamed
 Weekly Program
 Marvin Rees, Martin Summers, Tony Gosling
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
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http://bcfm.org.uk/2012/07/20/17/friday-drivetime-80/19700
City slackers, named again. List of Bristol City Councillors who either do not respond to phone or emails or do not wish to share their views with us on BCfm's politics show. Conservatives 36%; Liberal Democrat 28%; Labour 18% and Green 0%. Bristol freemasonry: we appeal for a copy of the Bristol Provincial yearbook, still not supplied as promised by Bristol freemason Conservative MP Jack Lopresti, which lists Bristol's 2000 or so Freemasons in 50 or so masonic lodges. A vision for the city. Lax HSBC controls allowed Mexican drug cartels to launder £4.5 billion and David Cameron's Coalition Government Trade Minister Lord Green was running the HSBC bank at the time. Criminals running the NATO zone banking system. £3.6m cuts mean nearly 200 people will be made homeless after Bristol City Council announces closure of 8 care homes, plus 130 job losses. Bristol has 20,000 homeless people, Tony Crofts suggests we should convert Bristol's 1.75 million square feet of empty office space into 70-80,000 homes. IMF says the UK must boost government spending to save the economy and should relax spending cuts. Labour's mayoral candidate, our guest Marvin Rees, branded naive and weak by LibDem Councillor Gary Hopkins over his appearance at last Saturday's anti-EDL rally. Unemployment falls for the 4th month in a row down to 8.1%. BBC riots drama banned by judge, but it looks like it will eventually be screened. News review with Labour's candidate for mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees.

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