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 State Of The City reports 
 Destruction of the NHS: Allyson Pollock author of 'NHS PLC
 Weekly Program
 Philip Dröge
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Dutch journalist Philip Dröge, author of Bernhard Master of Spies, the Intelligence Career of Prince Bernhard: Was ex-SS Bilderberg chairman Prince Bernhard a Nazi spy in Whitehall? Interview with Dutch journalist Philip Droge author of 'Bernhard: Master of Spies'. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands' Nazi SS past and marriage to Princess Juliana of the Netherlands – comes to London when Holland is invaded by the Nazis in 1940 and shadowed by Ian Fleming of MI6 'M' section, OpJB and James Bond fame. Prince Bernhard sends double agent Christiaan Lindemans, known as agent 'King Kong' into Holland in September 1944 just before crucial Operation Market Garden (see feature film A Bridge Too Far) but instead of going to prepare the Dutch resistance he reports straight to the Abwehr. Bernhard as Chairman of the Bilderberg meetings and the Lockheed scandal of 1975, possibility that 2014 Bilderberg conference might not take place in Copenhagen, Denmark as many believe but in the Netherlands instead. Ukraine – fighting in Sloviansk, elections, civil war. Syria, elections in June. PMQs Susan Gilmore – Alex Salmond on admiring Putin. PMQs Liam Fox – on Ukraine and sanctions on Russia. Ukraine – moving of troops of Russia and NATO. Joseph Miranda, war game producer, discusses information warfare and Ukraine. Interview with Allyson Pollock, NHS whistleblower, and author of 'NHS PLC : the privatisation of our health care'. The 'private for profit' sector doesn't have a back up for risks and costs; a political (not financial) decision not to have NHS; ageing population not a problem – we can afford it; patient data being sold on from private companies; replicating US system which is inefficient.

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