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 BCFM Drivetime 
 National debt goes up 7.5% in a year - what are the cuts for?
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News review with LibDem councillor for Hengrove, Sylvia Doubell. Stories covered: how planning is dealt with in the council; Ed Milliband faces £1m hole as unions cut labour funds; Nick Gargan, Chief Constable of Avon and Somerset Police, says officers with criminal charges will be made public through his press office; Unions strike in defiance of the Lobbying Bill - favours those with money; Bristol's 'Working Party' (an all party group set up by the mayor), says the councils bedroom tax policy not sustainable; will Labour repeal the bedroom tax?; national debt goes up 7.5% in a year - what are the cuts for?; real wages are going down; a former Desert Rat left lying on floor of flat for two days as daily checks on him cut; Universal Credit shambles.

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