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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 Bristol Green Capital 2015 - transparency backflip
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Greater Bristol Alliance and other groups in the city have been opposing the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership or TTIP because it will enable big business to take governments to court if they pass laws which cost them money. Sue Kilroe joins us to explain what TTIP is and why she opposes it. Sue explains what TTIP is and how it threatens society through making it difficult, or impossible, to re-nationalise the NHS for example. Bristol Mayor George Ferguson is all in favour of TTIP but after a discussion at the council this week has agreed to reconsider his unequivocal support. We hear examples from other parts of the world of the horrors heading our way if Britain and Bristol signs up to this 'free trade' agreement.

Jackson Moulding from Ecomotive got £50,000 from Bristol Green Capital and is happy to disclose that he got the money and what he used it for. The cash is for education around self-build and while roughly a quarter of people express a wish to build their own home if possible even more would if it became part of our culture.

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