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 State Of The City reports 
 Bristol Freemason Grand Master telling Bristol MP what to do
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Bristol General Hospital: Bristol Central Planning Committee decide developers, City & Country, need build no affordable or social housing, only luxury flats. Invited: Mandy Soames, Public Relations Officer for City & Country developers; Bristol City Council LibDem Central Planning Committee councillors: Christian Martin, Alf Havvock, Alex Woodman (chair); LibDem Council leader Simon Cook, none of which were available; Labour housing spokesperson Cllr. Ron Stone. Jimmy Savile BBC & police scandal rolls on with revelations about how close Savile was to Prince Charles, employed to invite television executives to royal events and helped introduce Charles to his Private Secretary Sir Christopher Airy in 1990. Old HTV documentary about North Wales child sexual abuse & murder. Channel 4 News discover Freemasons religious cult involved in Bryn Estyn sexual abuse scandal. Masonic MP for Filton & Bradley Stoke Jack Lopresti promises to supply this show with Bristol Provincial Yearbook which names Bristol's freemasons but Jack is overruled by Bristol Grand Master Alan Vaughan and Provincial Grand Secretary Steve Rawlings. Ron Stone tels off deep-rooted masonic corruption where farmers had their estates stolen with no action by masonic police, disposessing smallholders and market-gardeners, with criminal collusion by banks. Culture of masonic criminality and impunity in Somerset. Public Accounts Committee chair Margaret Hodge questions Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) Chief Executive Lin Homer over non payment of tax by multinational corporations Starbucks, Google, Amazon, Asda, Facebook, Intel, Kraft (who lied, closing Cadbury's in Keynsham) & Coca Cola, who seem able pick and choose which country they wish to pay tax in.

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