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 State Of The City reports 
 Dr. Richard Ibitoye, Neurology Registrar and Severn BMA chair for junior doctors
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Second hour: investigative reports: Junior doctors strike and dispute - Two years on from Kiev's Maidan coup US arming & training Ukraine's Neo-Nazi Battalions - the arbitrary detention of Julian Assange, Swedish Doctors for Human Rights group link his accusers to the CIA and Swedish police - London is world's Money Laundering capital. Interview with Dr. Richard Ibitoye, Neurology Registrar and Severn BMA chair for junior doctors – he discusses the strike of the junior doctors and how the government is asking too much of already stretched doctors: clips of Jeremy Hunt, Health Secretary, on C4 News, discussing what he wants from junior doctors; NHS comes top on healthcare survey and US the worst – private healthcare, NHS started after WW2; Cameron just launched a privatisation 'surge' to end the NHS by the time he leaves office; Tory MP Oliver Letwin had a blueprint for privatising NHS. Julian Assange and the rape accusations: UN believes Julian Assange's detention is illegal; statement by Swedish doctors for Human Rights on Sweden's rejection of UN ruling – the 'woman accuser' of rape was a former Swedish embassy employee and had been expelled from Cuba on charges of working for the CIA; PMQs Assange should go to Sweden for questioning and should pay for his own house arrest. Two years ago was the Maidan Coup, in Kiev, Ukraine – an update: documentary from Canal Plus the Ukrainian government have asked the French government to take it down; interview with Mark Sleboda from RT about the situation in Ukraine and the fascists that are part of the present government. Drug money saved the banks in the global financial crisis – City of London at centre of global drugs trade.

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