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 State Of The City reports 
 UK approved £3.3bn of arms sales to Saudi Arabia in first year of Yemen war
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
Second hour: Investigative reports: former teacher and children's rights campaigner Christine Townsend looks at two recent Bristol school pervert scandals: 1. Clifton College - German teacher Jonathan Thompson-Glover (under headteachers Andrew Hugh Monro, Stephen Spurr and Mark Moore) and 2. Ashley Yates, headmaster of The Tynings Primary School in Staple Hill. Tim Ross current Merchant Venturers Master off to Colston School. Clip of Jenny Grace, author of 'Nowhere To Belong' (2009) describing her incarceration in the mental health system when she tried to report to other adults that she was being sexually abused where she was given Electro Convulsive Therapy at St John's hospital, Stone, Buckinghamshire when she was only 12 years old, presumably in an attempt to erase her memory of the perpetrators of the child sexual abuse crimes. Unlawful admissions policies of privatised Bristol secondary schools: Redland Hill and St Mary Redcliff schools come in for particular criticism. - UN admits it caused Haiti cholera outbreak that killed 11,000 after untreated sewage flowed into river from peacekeepers' base - US threat to shoot down Syrian jets is a tacit declaration of war by US on Syria - US-Turkey “Operation Euphrates Shield” (see image below): Illegal Invasion of Syria - US Defense Contractors Tell Investors Russian Threat Is Great for Business - UK approved £3.3bn of arms sales to Saudi Arabia in first year of Yemen war - Exports of smart bombs, combat aircraft parts were approved in face of civilian deaths, international condemnation - Britain's biggest arms dealer tells peace activists selling weapons 'encourages peace' - Vice-Chair of the BBC Trust Sir Roger Carr says his belief that providing a 'big stick' helps countries bring about peace 'allows us to do this work in a proud and positive way, rather than with a sense of shame' - Jailed Millionaire Fraudster In Hitler Movie Scam

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