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News review with deputy leader of the Conservative group on Bristol City Council & councillor for Hengrove, Mark Weston. Stories covered: Maggie Thatcher’s funeral; IMF puts pressure on George Osborne with criticism of cuts: IMF warns Osborne to moderate austerity due to lack of growth – further conversation on the economy; Npower Admits Paying No Corporation Tax for Three Years and their prices went up by 10 % - privatisation versus nationalisation; Jobless leap 'fitting tribute' to Thatcher; wages not rising in line with inflation – unemployment discussed; 2,000 insurance jobs axed at Aviva; Bristol Post/Evening Post gets new website but it's actually less user-friendly than the last one and not on news services such as Google News; Local financial advisers Hargreaves Lansdown' success shows no sign of slowing – at taxpayers expense? £500 per week benefits cap trial begins in London, cap to be rolled out across the country in July; Philippe Sands QC Quits LibDems Over 'Corrosive' Secret Courts Bill, secret courts overturn Habeus Corpus Act 1679 this is the wicked work of Bilderberger & 'minister without portfolio' in Cameron's cabinet Kenneth Clarke MP; MMR vaccine – Measles outbreak shows why we must get our children vaccinated, but we hear from Dr Andrew Wakefield explaining he believes parents should be able to choose single vaccines and the problems with the original MMR vaccines, two of which were almost immediately withdrawn, Wakefield – import of single vaccines banned.