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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 plus Sabine MacNeill on money and rough justice
 Weekly Program
 Chris Baserville,
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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This week retired government water laboratory scientist Chris Baskerville explains the dangers of formaldehyde poisoing and what to do about it. He believes this invisible indoor pollutant is responsible for many common ailments and more research should be done.
Sabine MacNeil talks about the connections between the corupt way money is created and many of the miscarriages of justice she sees in her work with the Victims Unite website. Also gives her view on whether Britain should be connected more to the US or to the EU or to neither, making it's own way in the world.
We hear about Hungary and our new Hungarian guest presenter also reads Jeff Sparkes' Whats On Guide.
Jason picks some news stories for us to discuss including the crisis in British army morale being 'helped' by sacking tens of thousands of soldiers.

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