First hour: News review with Charles Lucas, Conservative councillor for Clifton. He discusses his wine and property businesses. Empty offices, property bubble, council housing; HSBC and REWARD for FAILURE: RBS loses £46bn but still awarding £576m this year in bonuses; Bristol Arena going ahead; Max Wide – a serial outsourcer – being employed by Bristol Council; should Airbus stay in Filton – Alison Devonshire of group ‘BS10′ complains of the 8000 homes to be built there; PMQs – church leaders raising issues of poverty; the definition of child poverty to be changed; PMQs – HSBC bankers bonuses up and pay rise 140% – banking system bust – dependant on quantitative easing – property bubble; PMQs – constituent having to eat out of skips – food banks use up – low paid jobs; GCHQ web cam spying – Optic Nerve campaign hacking into Yahoo! webcams – revelation from Snowden – denial of service attacks; PMQs – is ATOS pulling out of incapacity benefit assessments? – 158,000 appeals upheld – penniless people made destitute may have to pay for appeals in future.