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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Bristol Docks sold for a fraction of their true value: white collar crime?
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
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First hour: News review: with Green party leader Ani Stafford-Townsend. How is it going as leader of Greens? Council Tax; floods; lead shot – won't be banned in Britain, subsidised by EU; Bristol Malcolm X centre management to be evicted at the end of February – Bristol's Merchant Venturer mayor taking on Malcolm X and St Paul's Carnival, two important centres of Bristol's Afro-Carribean community. Is the old slave trade racism and elitism resurfacing? Supposedly a council officer's decision, not George Ferguson's. Who believes that? Cuts in Bristol; PMQs Jeremy Corbyn – floods – building on flood plains, climate change, Paris COPP talks over climate change, smog in China, incentives for disasters, Disaster Capitalism by Naomi Klein; clip of New Zealander and freelance journalist Nick Mutch discussing the Bullingdon Club; Tatler Tory's Freemason cronies – Mark Clarke goes to the same lodge as councillor who formerly worked for law firm chosen to conduct inquiry into bullying scandal – P2 in Italy, Ferdinando Imposimato; Tories accused of dodging media interviews – BBC, Tory press; Sky agrees to Corbyn's idea of yearly political TV debate – but Tories aren't interested – Tory sense of entitlement, Prince Charles can explode a nuclear bomb excluded from certain laws, democracy; PMQs – Ivor Efford - home ownership going down and down – hard to get mortgage; clip of Steve Norman from Avonmouth Community Action Group – Mayor Ferguson has sold off docks for £10m to Merchant Venturers Terence Mordaunt, David Ord and Ross Ancell when it is worth up to 100 times more.

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