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 BCFM Drivetime 
 2008 Killed Capitalism - but Politicians Pretend Everything's Fine
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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News review with leader of Bristol City Council Tory group Mark Weston. PCC elections – Mark was Tory candidate, £5000 fee to take part, why count took so long in Bristol, postal votes; Brexit – pros and cons, Boris for Tory leader?, single market and EU, Cameron lobbying for less regulations of banks, EU and regulations, banking system insolvent, QE and Bank of England, exports going down; Homelessness duty 'would cost councils £44m'. interview with Crisis' Head of Policy and Campaigns Maeve McGoldrick about report showing how you can solve street homeless problem with £44m and save £47m – More rough sleepers in Bristol than anywhere else in England, outside of London - reform of legislation, strategic prevention, pilot in Wales working, increase supply of housing including social housing MPs have been urged to grasp an 'historic opportunity' to make the most significant change to the law on homelessness in nearly 40 years. National homelessness charity Crisis is urging the MPs selected by today’s Private Members’ Bill ballot to champion a change in the law that will ensure homeless people in England can no longer be turned away to sleep rough by their council. The proposed Bill, put forward by an expert panel of council members, lawyers and housing experts, would see a reformed law introduced requiring all councils in England to take action to prevent people from becoming homeless in the first place. Crisis' Homeless Prevention Bill (2016); PMQs Angela Eagle and George Osborne – EU referendum and Tory split – balancing books and getting rid of national debt, derivatives debt bigger than national debts, tax havens and taxing rich; PMQs Port Talbot steel works – tariffs on Chinese steel dumping, drop in demand; PMQs – high proportion of children brought up in care end up in prison.

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