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 State Of The City reports 
 UK/NATO/Israel give aid to UN kidnappers in Syria
 Weekly Program
 Kevin Phillips, Mike Birkin, Shimon Peres, Martin Summers, Tony Gosling
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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http://bcfm.org.uk/2013/03/15/17/friday-drivetime-114/28001
Kevin Phillips, chair of the Avon and Somerset Police Federation, discusses the recent vote on whether police would strike or not. Vote was 69% locally & 81% nationally in favour of the right to strike. Drusilla Sharpling, from HMIC, says police appeared to be reluctant to investigate Savile because of his high public profile in this week's report. The Jimmy Savile case, phone hacking, Hillsborough, the police are discrediting themselves. Why aren't fraudulent bankers & traders being arrested, in Iran fraudsters are being executed Low morale in the police. Round up of international news with Martin Summers: As the smoke clears after Saudi Arabia's latest mass execution by firing squad... Charles and Camilla fly in. The Prince isn't expected to raise the issue of human rights with his hosts. Perhaps he should. Queen's Sri Lanka visit for Commonwealth CHOG meeting 'grotesque'. Disaster in Syria as Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov flies into London to talk to Foreign Secretary William Hague, believes UK will break international law if we supply weapons to non-governmental actors, or terrorists, in Syria, particularly embarrassing because they kidnapped UN peacekeepers in the Golan Heights, Syrian army seem to be winning the 'civil war'. 9/11 'mastermind' living in posh Bristol City Centre flat? Correction. No, his flat is, in fact, in London. Security records of cars passing through a checkpoint at the Prestancia gated community indicated that Mr Abdulaziz al-Hijji and his wife Anoud’s home, 4224 Escondito Circle, Prestancia, Sarasota, Florida, had been visited a number of times by Mohamed Atta, the leader of the 19-strong hijack team, who piloted American Airlines Flight 11 into the North Tower of the World Trade Centre in 2001. The logs also indicated that Marwan Al-Shehhi, who crashed United Airlines Flight 175 into the South Tower, and Ziad Jarrah, who was at the controls of United Airlines Flight 93 when it crashed in a field in Pennsylvania, had visited the house. A decade after the world's worst terrorist attack, which claimed the lives of 3,000 people, Mr al-Hijji is resident in London, working for the European subsidiary of Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s state oil company. Described as a career counsellor, he is based in the offices of Aramco Overseas Company UK Limited. Israeli president Shimon Peres comes to the EU to try to persuade them to ban Hezbollah as a terrorist organisation. Royal visits to two regimes of the worst abusers of human rights in the world. The death, possibly by CIA poisoning, of Hugo Chavez, land reform and fantastic results of his government for general health and wellbeing. Mike Birkin from Friends of the Earth discusses EDF Energy pulling out of a court case where they were attempting to sue protesters. Sustainable energy and the Energy Bill; 1992 BBC Horizon documentary 'Hitler's Bomb' & Carter Hydrick's book Critical Mass, about the 1945 US/Nazi Uranium & Plutonium deal

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