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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Tory election fraud from last election in Gloucestershire
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
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First hour: News review: and discussion of the conduct of mayoral and local elections with Bristol's LibDem leader Gary Hopkins. UK Elections: count taking place, open to fraud?; interference with ballot boxes filmed in US; PCCs a good idea? Sadiq Khan has won London Mayor – Zac Goldsmith's comments accusing Sadiq of supporting ISIS libellous. PMQs Corbyn and Cameron – is he friends with Hamas and Hezbollah? – Explanation of Hamas in Palestine and Hezbollah in Lebanon – British culpability in Middle East, you have to stick to promises in difficult situations. Joseph Rowntree Foundation report found 1.25m people in UK 'unable to afford food, heat or toiletries' – Tory austerity ideological agenda, banking fraud, Roberto Saviano's book 'Zero Zero Zero' says today's multinational corporations and banks model themselves on drug dealing narco-cartels, John McDonnell dream team of economists. Suspension of Ken Livingstone – clip of PM of Israel, Netanyahu, saying Hitler didn't want to exterminate the Jews – Norman Finkelstein on the Haavara Agreement between Zionists and Nazis, Jonathon Pollard a spy who sold Israelis US secrets. Barnet Council boss, Andrew Travers, will not resign over election fiasco – outsourcing to Capita, Bristol postal votes to Gosport. Tory election fraud from last election in Gloucestershire – police investigation, Michael Crick's reports, Christina Cooper discusses safety and security of e-balloting. History of sell off of Bristol Port for around £50m – but it could be worth £1.3 billion?

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