News review with Helen Holland, leader of the Bristol Labour group, and councillor for Whitchurch Park. The Bristol Budget and the £83 million they have to cut over three years; is the proposed £10m odd for the Bristol Arena justified? Homelessness, food banks, ATOS, benefit cuts, there are more jobs but are these jos any good? Cost of living crisis; national tax receipts down by nearly half this January compared to last January – national debt now over 1.2 trillion and climbing fast – Osborne has borrowed more since 2010 than Labour did in their entire government; interview with new Catholic Archbishop Nichols from The Today Programme on Radio 4 – the immorality of how this government is dealing with people on benefits – some left with no money at all; interviews with Clare Harms and Richard Loader who attended a nationwide protest against ATOS at the DWP assessment centre at Brislington in Bristol; tax avoidance, the private banking system, the Positive Money conference; Tony Blair revealed as alleged unofficial advisor to Rebekah Brooks – Blair suggests a good cover up would be to copy the idea of the Hutton report, so was the enquiry into the death of Doctor David Kelly a cover up? And the Leveson enquiry? Also... whatever happened to the Chilcot enquiry into the Iraq war?