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 BCFM Drivetime 
 UK pension deficits spiral £100bn in a single month
 Weekly Program
 
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2016/09/02/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-45/
First hour: News review: with Labour councillor for Bishopston and Ashley Down Tom Brook. Bristol Council affairs; Hinkley Point Nuclear Power stalling and Chinese finance – economics of nuclear power; £2.2 billion NHS cuts are being planned, roughly 20% cuts in beds and emergency opening hours across England; junior doctors now set to strike for five consecutive days from 12th to 16th Sep; Prince Phillip discussing ‘sacred cows’ such as the NHS in 1980s; NHS privatisation plan; UK pension deficits spiral £100bn in a single month – because of record low interest rates – Phillip Hammond and his mystery new economic plan; after 1000 job cuts in Bristol Council it appears Council has a £300m reserve and its increased £150m in just one year – Mayoral system, pay gaps; Owen Smith turned up in Bristol to launch his campaign bus – clip of him discussing taking on the Tories – Jeremy Corbyn versus Owen Smith, PR system; Kerry McCarthy says Jeremy Corbyn lacks ‘any sense’ of leadership; average deposit on a rented home in Bristol approaches £1000 – and average rent £900 a month – council housing and Labour voters; Judge criticises Bristol Council as ‘tent city’ homeless people celebrate victory; EU ruling on Apple’s Irish tax is ‘total political crap’ says CEO; Michael Tyler – blogger – discusses premature deaths of 72 bankers since 2006.

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