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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Theresa May's new Joint Fraud Task Force, HSBC investigating themselves
 Weekly Program
 
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2016/02/19/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-21/
First hour: News review: with Bristol's Labour group leader Helen Holland. Who did Helen vote for as Labour leader? Yvette Cooper; UK government plan to ban boycott of Israeli goods – Avon Pension Fund, South Africa and apartheid; Labour candidate for Avon & Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner – Kerry Barker; Bristol Labour and Tories doing a deal after 2007 election; Bristol budget – austerity measures of Tories – overspend on social care; community facilities closing or coming under direct council control – Malcolm X, Bristol Dance Centre, Deaf Centre; St. Paul's Carnival stopping – clip of Naya discussing how he sees the Carnival; where did £7m Bristol Green Capital money go? – Bristol Post says it doesn't matter – public money needs to be accounted for; Bristol Metrobus road works holding up city – West of England Partnership, Local Enterprise Partnership; First Group owner of First Bus in debt by £2 billion – Labour mayor candidate Marvin Rees wants municipalised (not nationalised) bus system, Wessex Water and Enron, problems with privatisation; postage stamps up 25% in 5 years – privatisation; Bristol on verge of property boom according to JLL press release used in Bristol Post – property bubble; EU and Cameron deal; clips of Anastasia Nesvetailova from City University discussing the state of the world economy and banks – WATCH Deutsche Bank could be the next Lehman Brothers that caused the 2008 crisis, Steve Keen; HSBC staying in London now their Chief Executive, Stuart Gulliver, is part of Theresa May's new Joint Fraud Task Force investigating themselves, the biggest fraudsters in the world, for fraud ;)

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