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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Bank of England shredded documents from financial crash around 2008
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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News review with Afzal Shah, Labour councillor for Easton. Police not investigating theft of gold jewellery within the Bristol Asian community; what is socialism; Bob Crow speech last year at the Jim Connell festival in Ireland, by General Secretary of Rail Maritime and Transport Union (RMT) Bob Crow who died on Monday aged 52 – Tory privatisation and big business in control of the EU; The Media and the Political Process 2006 speech in Bristol by Tony Benn who died today aged 88; PMQs: Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Deputy Leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman this week, Harriet asks question about privatisation of the NHS – NHS better under Labour; PMQs - the mess the three main parties have made over a public referendum on the EU, none of them are democrats; PMQs – Labour councillor voted in, in Clifton North, Nottingham - Liberals thrashed by the Elvis Bus Pass Party candidate; bombshell from the Bank of England – they shredded documents from time of financial crash around 2008.

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