Non story of the week: RBS fined disappointing £380m over Libor, no directors arrested or jailed. News review with Conservative Councillor for Westbury-On-Trym and Deputy Mayor of Bristol Geoff Gollop. Ferguson's 3 budget advisers: Matt Payne from financial services firm KPMG which signed off the accounts of bankrupt banks pre 2008 & is being investigated for fraud by the Competition Commission, Sean Cater from privatised utility firm Wessex Water & Malachy Reynolds from bankrupt chocolate firm Elizabeth Shaw. Discussing the bedroom tax. Privatised 'Work Programme' providers fraudulently pushing benefit claimants into self-employment to get 5 figure bonuses and reduce the jobless figures. Will Osborne’s bedroom tax add more to social security bill? Yes says Channel 4 News. Ed Milliband tackles Cameron at PMQs; work advisors push job list into illegal self employment at tax payers expense; Findus lasagne products made from 100% horse meat - France, Poland and Ireland responsible; in May 2011 became clear this is worst recession for at least a century, growth 7% higher 5 years into 1930s depression; no recovery until 2018 warns NIESR; Iraq war activists to get £4000 compensation over 2003 protest; dead childrens’ names used by the police, and undercover police infiltration of political groups.