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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Auctioned-off Bristol council house squatted - but for how long?
 Weekly Program
 
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2016/05/13/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-31/
First hour: News review: Bristol West MP Thangham Debbonaire's battle with breast cancer – how to prevent getting cancer; domestic violence – rehabilitation; schools and children fulfilling potential; benefit sanctions unlawful – Tory austerity agenda doesn't work, prioritising rich over poor, homelessness, regulation of rent; Marvin Rees as new Bristol Mayor – diversity and commitment to housing; BBC coverage of elections – Labour gained 18 council seats and Tories lost 47 councillors – first past post electoral system, proportional representation, boundary changes, election expenses fraud; London Mayoral election – Tory election 'guru' Lynton Crosby failed but knighted! Anti Semitic accusations against Sadiq Khan fail in London; interview with Steve Norman who is squatting a council house in Avonmouth that has been sold at auction – sale due to be completed by Wednesday 18th May; empty council houses; Metro Mayor – devolution? Bath councillors vote yes to the money, no to the imposed metro mayor; shortcomings of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP); in or out of EU? Thangam says in for protection against Tories and to prevent run down of British industry Airbus successes; blacklisting of construction workers – compensation is not enough and it's not justice; Tories wanting to change BBC – BBC chief Rona Fairhead and convictions the HSBC laundered money for terrorists and drug cartels while she was chairman of HSBC's 'risk committee'; Tories have withheld key documents from election fraud investigation, taken to court by the Electoral Commission.

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