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 BCFM Drivetime 
 What do Bristolians think of the Bedroom tax?
 Weekly Program
 Ron Stone
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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News review with Ron Stone, Labour Councillor for St. George West. Mayor George Ferguson jets off around the world but is he really getting investment for Bristol? Is Matt Payne from KPMG still ‘helping George with the City budget’ and did the City get real ‘Value For Money’ when they bought KPMG’s Bristol HQ? Or is Matt Payne simply a corporate spy inside City Hall with his KPMG finger in the till? Labour leader Ed Miliband pledges 20 month energy price freeze if elected – energy cartels discussed; Vox Pop by Marina Morris on the bedroom tax, Bristolians are passionate that it is a cruel and immoral tax- members of Bristol’s Bedroom Tax Working Party who recommended that evictions should begin from Council Homes: Gus Hoyt (Grn), Tess Green (Grn), Colin Smith (Lab), Peter Main (LibDem), Gary Hopkins (LibDem), Claire Hiscott (Con) named; George Ferguson says Council should evict “people judged to have too many bedrooms” Bechtel: Exclusive: Conflict row as MoD top brass join contractors: Ex-mandarin now in charge of US giant’s bid to manage his former department. Private sector ‘will hold MoD to ransom’: PCS union warns MPs over proposal to outsource defence procurement. Domestic Extremism or Intelligence Manipulation? Criminal damage and sabotage by apparently Bristol based UK Informal Anarchist Federation (IAF) setting £16m police firing range on fire – other supposed anarchist attacks – are some of these false flag? Martin speaks to Bristol anarchists at the Hydra bookshop. Destruction of railway signalling by IAF potentially endangers innocent members of the public, an attack on public safety. Much of Italy’s far left in 1970s and 1980s was manipulated by NATO and the state. Book: Puppetmasters: The Political Use of Terrorism in Italy by Philip Willan. ‘We want to start a civil war’. Are IAF line managers actually intelligence officers? 70% of the public opposed to the privatisation of the Royal Mail.

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