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News review: with LibDem Councillor for Cotham Anthony Negus. How has the transition to Mayor gone? - scrutiny committees, unaccountable Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP); Metrobus and Arena; Libraries under threat; Bristol Energy Company. Osborne's Budget: housing – clip of Abigail Davies from Tenant Participation Advisory Service (TPAS) discussing government's plans for social housing, reducing security of tenure, private rented versus social housing, First Past Post versus PR voting system; Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) picks budget apart for the BBC says 13 million of Britain's poorer families to be worse off after this week's budget – taking more from the poor than the rich: regressive taxation, working tax credits, Tory lies on balancing deficit, the economy and banking system are bust. Will Greece do a deal with the Eurogroup, IMF and ECB? – Chinese stock market down, restructuring of debt, more independence with own currency. Christine Townsend discusses Bristol's Academy schools and unlawful admission arrangements - Cathedral School, fragmentation of school system, council should prioritise 'free school meal' & poorer children. PMQs Teresa Pearce MP – 1m elderly not washed, dressed or fed properly; Ofwat says Bristol Water must cut it's bills – Scottish Water nationalised; Nick Gargan, Chief Constable, has got his job back after sexual harassment case – Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens.

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