First hour: News review with Mark Weston, conservative councillor for Henbury, and chair of Bristol City Council's Transport and Scrutiny Committee. Bristol's buses, residents parking to cost £50 annually, the prospect of a Bristol City Centre congestion charge, Bristol Mayor George Ferguson how much power and how much of a political mandate does he really have? new Bristol police custody suites not to be managed privately as it will cost roughly £600k more, are new 'super custody suites' too far outside population areas? Police will be able to view private NHS health records using a password – without going through the court and getting a warrant; opt out of the selling of your private medical records here - the unions and the new 'one person one vote' system to choose the Labour Party leader; is the tube strike in London justified? Should striking in 'essential services' be against the law? London mayor Boris Johnson considers suing the RMT union for revenue loss; PMQs Ed Miliband – not enough women MPs in the Tory Party, and speaker Bercow telling Education Secretary Michael Gove: “Mr Gove, you need to write out a thousand times ‘I will behave myself’ at Prime Ministers' Questions.” to write 1000 lines! In the new guidance to be handed to teachers this week Mr Gove recommends “tough but proportionate” punishments such as writing lines. PMQs: Ed Miliband – a senior woman Tory MP removed and replaced by an old Etonian; Cameron running government threough the 'old boy network'? 75% of MPs are millionaires; PMQs Fiona McTaggart – fraud in private companies in the public sector – white collar crime, banking fraud but companies are fined, no individuals sent to prison; PMQs - Royal Mail shares over 80% higher now than originally sold for; A&E under pressure – malnourished patients turning up; former UKIP Chairman advocates terminating foetuses with Down's Syndrome.