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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Mohammed Saleem murdered in Birmingham by a Ukrainian neo-Nazi
 Weekly Program
 
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-22/
First hour: News review: with Bristol Mayor Candidate Paul Saville. Housing in city – empty homes, homelessness; transparency in Council; hustings for Mayoral campaign – whose invited; £350m Bristol Council – how is money spent?; housing bubble; Universal Credit and other benefit changes causing problems with people's housing; String of terrorist murders of elderly Muslim men in Britain; Maz Saleem whose elderly father was murdered in Birmingham 2013 discussing the murder of former Imam Jalal Uddin in Rochdale last week, also Muslim Mushin Ahmed murdered in Rotherham last August; her father Mohammed Saleem murdered in Birmingham by a Ukrainian neo-Nazi – hate crime and racism, media coverage of her father compared to Lee Rigby; Bristol: Metrobus – Bedfordshire: Busway, a guided bus system near Luton, Bedfordshire and accidents in Cambridgeshire too – privatisation; BBC Jimmy Savile report – Dame Janet Smith's report highlights five senior BBC employees who knew about sexual predators but didn't act – BBC senior management said didn't know even though articles had been in the News of the World and other national press in 1970s and 1980s, bullying at BBC still says the NUJ, police collaborating? MI5 and blackmail, police cuts; Bristol Council's top executives to receive £5,000 pay rise while lowest paid get £8.25 an hour – Nicola Yates, austerity; PMQs mental health and cuts to benefits of the mentally ill – people cannot live on fresh air.

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