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 US GE Healthcare giant makes fortune from NHS but pays almost no tax
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Chief of Staff of Russian Armed Forces, says international terrorism does not exist https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2016/01/29/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-20/
News review: with Green Councillor Carla Denyer - Bristol City Council Service Director for Housing Nick Hooper to 'confiscate unoccupied tents' demands homeless sleep in doorways. Housing; social housing; Greens vision for the city; housing market; growth and GDP; economic crash; council tax to increase – rates, a regressive tax; Gary Neville to close 'Hotel for the Homeless' after spending £150,000 – property ladder; empty buildings to be used as housing for homeless – St. Mungos and their rough sleeping task force, increase in rough sleepers in city, Nick Hooper's statement about evicting homeless in tents in parks; rising rents and low income (£1300 less a year), lead to soaring housing benefit bill of £25bn – productivity down, property bubble bursting; GE Healthcare – US healthcare giant makes fortune from NHS but pays hardly a penny in tax – nationalising pharmaceuticals; PMQs Corbyn – Google and their £300m tax deal with government – future deals may be private; plans for an Anti Margaret Thatcher Museum by Darren Cullen – antidote to the planned Thatcher Centre – things Thatcher did wrong – privatisation, deregulation of banks, creation of Al Queda; PMQs Margaret Ferrier – Osborne has missed his deficit reduction plan by a long shot – management of macro-economy; Iain Duncan Smith gives a blank cheque to Lawyers fighting bedroom tax cases – after two landmark cases won in court - right to buy of your social housing; PMQs Charlotte Leslie – prisons centres of radicalisation.

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