News review: with Cabinet member for homes and communities Paul Smith. Bristol’s council house stock historically being eroded by right to buy; re-balancing of communities – rich and poor in same areas; Mayor Marvin and his State of the City report – he discusses his vision for planning in Bristol; Bob Dylan wins the Nobel Prize for literature; Brexit – second referendum, what kind of Brexit; PMQs Corbyn - how Brexit is negatively affecting British economics; Bank of England says Brexit hasn’t affected economy as bad as they thought; Tesco not buying Unilever products because the weak pound has made them too expensive; HSBC warning over severe global banking crash – what can we do? – what is plan B? – nationalised banks; PMQs Vernon Coker – French steel used for Trident – Port Talbot; UK has worst quality of life in EU – disparity between rich and poor – ‘The Spirit Level’ book; Killer clowns – from USA – psychologically spreading fear? NATO using carnival masks in false flag terrorist attack in 1980s; NHS – A&E crisis worsening – cuts to social services by Tories, PFI programmes, 2/3 of health trusts in deficit; PMQs Meg Hillier – NHS budget not sustainable - bed blocking, Bristol Council and care; police threaten legal action over lack of mental health beds; PMQs – Virgin Care – outsourcing services in NHS; Carbon Clean Solutions Ltd (CCSL) claim they have made carbon capture financially viable; Microsoft Windows 10 woes – upgrading without you asking it.