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 BCFM Drivetime 
 PMQs - 13 million now live in poverty in Britain today
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First Hour: Review of the weeks news with Tim Kent, leader of the Lib Dems and councillor for WhitchurchPark. LibDem peer Lord Rennard touching up various women – have the Lib Dems dealt with this properly? Has French president Hollande's socialist experiment failed? – no quantitative easing in France, the Euro, and a right-wing German government; a Sheffield study says real unemployment may be 3.5m, a million more people than suggested due to some not being on benefits; PMQs Ed Miliband – 13 million in poverty in Britain today – even though Britain 7th richest country in the world; Funding plan for Bristol's £91 million arena agreed – jobs for local people?; KPMG being investigated for auditing Co-op Bank incorrectly; Gordon Anglesey, former Chief Police of North Wales, arrested and interviewed about child sexual abuse at state care homes in the 1970s and 80s; PMQs The Trussell Trust food banks – rents too high; bedroom tax and a loophole in the law; PMQs utility bills and direct debit costing poorer people £150 or so more every year; why should the poor pay more? Private and personal NHS medical records and other data being put onto a central database for sale to drug and insurance firms by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt. Link to opt out here

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