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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Campaigning on equality but Churches ignore the wealth divide
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: News review: with Green Councillor for Ashley ward Gus Hoyt. Job shares in council; Gus doesn't want to share with us business of the fire authority he's on because it 'may be confidential'; Gus approves of Malcolm X Centre changes and removal of St. Paul's Carnival trustees; 'paupers' funerals could return as families struggle to pay – state help capped at £700; 11 ways Iain Duncan Smith made life harder for the most vulnerable in Britain; PMQs Corbyn - £4.4bn black hole in budget – Hinkley; Steel crisis could cost Britain 40,000 jobs if no buyer can be found for Tata – collapse in demand, British industries and privatisation; PMQs Stephen Kinnock – Tata steel meeting; 3 Bristol Mayoral manifestos published – RPZs – Bristol congestion problems, public transport; Mayor must tackle Bristol's 'institutional racism' says churches pre-election manifesto – wealth divide; Bristol Arena transport concerns; PMQs Britain bottom (no. 23) in literacy and numeracy out of OECD countries – teacher morale; academic says Australia invaded not settled.

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