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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King says a crash inevitable.
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: News review: with Stephen Williams MP Bristol traffic chaos – Metrobus, public transport, Arena fails to get planning permission; £41,000 of Bristol Green Capital public money went to George Ferguson's daughter Alice and chair Andrew Gerrard's group recieved almost £100,000 - that much we do know about Bristol Green Capital but we don't know who was paid £250,000 to build this website. Can hackers help? Where did £8m of tax payers the money go and why are amounts for benificiaries secret? – Transparency, Stephen's questions to Nicola Yates about the audit reports; Bristol's £93m Arena delayed – as the legally necessary Travel Plan had not been drawn up by developers; Bruce Williamson from Rail Future discusses the Arena, wasteful Metrobus, and former proposed local trams; focus on Islamist terror plots overlooks threat from far right – says report – 38% religiously inspired, 33% far right extremists – Britain First, EDL; NATO arming and training Islamist terrorists - 2015 court case where Swedish man Bherlin Gildo was accused of joining an Islamist terrorist group but case dropped when realised group is run by MI6 - Syria, Operation Cyclone, Edward Snowden; Investigatory Powers Bill - Theresa May accused of rushing snooper's charter into law to avoid scrutiny – Apple not giving info to FBI; PMQs Stewart Andrew – Joint Enterprise – gang killings; UK housebuilders 'restricting the supply of new houses to keep prices unnecessarily high' – Mervyn King says another economic crash on way The former Bank of England governor says in his new book that imbalances in the global economy makes a crash inevitable.

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