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 State Of The City reports 
 former Chief Constable puts case for decriminalisation of recreational drugs
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Round up of international news with Martin Summers: the G8 and Syria, and the Iranian elections. Former Fraud Squad detective, Rowan Bosworth-Davies, on this week's Parliamentary Banking Commission report. He believes the City of London IS thge government because it has bought our political parties. Poor showing by Labour leader Ed Miliband who bought the lie that we need new legislation to deal with the bankers, we don't. Theft Act and Fraud Act perfectly adequate. Biggest arms manufacturers in Europe, EADS, and Britain, BAe Systems, attended Bilderberg 2013 in Watford. Prohibition of recreational drugs fuelling organised crime. Could Bristol be the first city to decriminalise cannabis? Former Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire Tom Lloyd explains why legalisation of drugs will help stamp out organised crime in the UK. [Cambridge University talk] Marina Morris's vox pop asks do you want legalisation of cannabis?

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