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 BCFM Drivetime 
 BBC royal correspondant Frank Gardener spills the beans
 Weekly Program
 Alastair Watson
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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News review with Conservative councillor for Westbury-On-Trym Alistair Watson. Conservative party are the worst in Bristol: ‘Bristol City Slackers’ named or councillors that refuse to answer emails or phone calls. Proportion of ‘slackers’ by political party: Conservatives 36% (5/14), LibDems 28% (9/32), Labour 18% (4/22) & Green 0% (0/2). BBC royal correspondant Frank Gardener spills the beans on Radio 4 Today programme about pressure being put on David Blunkett to arrest Abu Hamza. Why is Elizabeth Saxe Coburg Gotha meddling in politics? Police officers are being appointed to senior roles without being properly vetted, it has been claimed following an investigation into a deputy chief constable who hanged himself after sexual harassment allegations. But local Police and Crime Commissioner candidate Bob Ashford was forced to step down from the race after minor crime at the age of 13. After Hillsborough revelations South Yorkshire Police turned a blind eye to sex grooming gangs for more than a decade, confidential files reveal, The school which employs teacher Jeremy Forrest, who has disappeared abroad with 15-year-old student Megan Stammers, was at the centre of a scandal just three years ago after a teacher was found to groomed two female students. LibDem leader Nick Clegg delivers keynote speech at his party conference. Marina Morris reports on the necessity of family and unconditional love in Britain today and asks what Bristolians think about modern family values. A 21-year-old man arrested at a flat in Pimlico, central London, has become the first person to be jailed under the government’s anti-squatting legislation.

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