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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Are Royal family private or part of the government?
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd)
News review with Labour cabinet member Cllr Brenda Massey. How councillors are chosen for certain roles; former Education Secretary Michael Goves' changes to the education system; class sizes of 50 plus kids; Bristol education; Free Schools and Academy's; Bristol Arena, costing £91m, funding shortfall; badger cull returning – cost £31,000 per badger before – agricultural subsidies; Royal family – new right of secrecy – are they private or part of the government?; 36.7% of families have to cut back on food to pay for housing; government borrowing going up; Michael Meacher MP says instead of giving QE to banks, give a cheque to all non-rich people and it will help economy; Osborne found to be lying about figures on his clamping down on tax avoidance; Rotherham and failure to deal with Aisan men abusing teenage girls – clip of Martin Kimber, Chief Executive of Rotherham Council; democracy and the police in crisis; Abbey Wood privatisation – 120 American managers coming in from Bechtel and CH2M to 'manage' SE&S Abbey Wood; 'Bus Stop' miss-spelt as 'Bup Stop'; Banksy says community centre to keep £400,000 for sale of his work.

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