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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Prime Minister David Cameron resigns - his and Boris Johnson's speeches
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: News review: and examination of Brexit referendum results Paul Turner, UKIP, who stood for Mayor in Bristol. Brexit wins 52% to 48%: government wasn't listening to the people; Wales votes out - Port Talbot steel works in South Wales - hands tied by EU; South West votes leave although Bristol an exception; Midlands mostly votes leave; Scotland and N.Ireland vote in - is United Kingdom going to go; David Cameron resigns - his speech - article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty which begins the process to leave the EU won't be invoked until after a new Tory PM is elected, calming markets and Britain prospering; what do we want now?; Swiss withdraw from joining EU saying 'only lunatics' would join EU now; Nazi's idea for a European economic community; history of creation of EU; NATO; Deutsche Bank shaky - derivatives market - banks time bomb - maybe better that the banks go down now rather than later; Boris Johnson, most likely new PM - his speech; other EU countries may now want to leave - leading to economic crash; eastern Europeans taking jobs - quality of jobs going down - agencies employ people below our minimum wage; Jeremy Corbyn.

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