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 State Of The City reports 
 Chief Executive of German Stock Exchange Carsten Kengeter was in on UBS Libor fixing meetings
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Investigative reports - financial journalist Ian Fraser on this week's guilty verdict for Libor trader - whistleblower Tom Hayes. Interview with Ian Fraser, author of FT 'book of the decade' 'Shredded: Inside RBS - the Bank that Broke Britain': trader (not banker) Tom Hayes is jailed for 14 years for Libor fixing, but what about his UBS bosses that encouraged him to do it by handing him their "Instruction Manual on Fixing Libor" entitled the “Guide to Publishing Libor Rates”? Who wrote and published that manual on how to rig Libor? Chief Executive of German Stock Exchange Carsten Kengeter was in on UBS Libor fixing meetings; Libor fixing? What is the Libor rate? and how does fixing them effect us? Efinancecareers article by Sarah Butcher that names Tom Hayes's colleagues also involved in Libor fixing, crossfit athlete Mirhat Alykulov, Tom Hayes' former assistant from UBS in Tokyo is having a nice time now enjoying executive fight nights – shouldn't they be jailed too? Goldman Sachs Offered Tom Hayes $3 Million Bonus to Quit UBS - Money laundering means fines that don't even match the criminal profits made; UK has a glass ceiling for justice, banksters part of a criminal elite who make donations to Tory party who then appear to protect them from prosecution; Iceland has largely dealt with its crooked bankers by jailing them; RBS and some other banks not declaring profits and not paying any corporation tax; public sector banking? - Interview with Will Stone, from Avon & Bristol Law Centre – he discusses changes to legal aid: civil law, much employment law no longer eligible legal aid; discrimination getting worse; lawyers and solicitors complaining about cuts; new Criminals Court Charge; landlords and immigration checks. Clip of American journalist, Leah McGrath-Goodman, who was held at Heathrow and deported back to States – she was trying to look into child abuse accusations against Ted Heath. Leah McGrath Goodman, an American journalist expelled from Britain for investigating abuse allegations against Edward Heath, speaks to LBC. (link to this show's January 2013 Michael Shrimpton interview about Ted Heath allegedly abusing boys who were subsequently murdered)
Litvenenko trial – his book 'Blowing Up Russia'. SAS in Syria dress as ISIS fighters in undercover war on Jihadis.

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