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 homeless children up by 60% since the Conservatives came to power
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2016/10/28/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-53/
First hour: News review: Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP); Severn Barrage projects; as Labour gets fined over election expenses, the Tories election fraud scandal is being ignored; media firms forced to pay Gordon Anglesea £375k in libel damages tell of ‘bitter sweet’ moment he was convicted as paedophile – one of his victims who was not believed had committed suicide: Private Eye editor Ian Hislop says: 'I can’t help thinking of the witnesses who came forward to assist our case at the time, one of whom later committed suicide telling his wife that he never got over 'not being believed' Gordon Anglesea was a Freemason. In 1976 Anglesea joined a masonic lodge in Colwyn Bay. In 1982 he became a member of Wrexham’s Berwyn lodge. He left in 1984 to join a new Wrexham lodge called Pegasus becoming its Master in 1990. Daily Mirror article; Bristol Metrobus scheme costs spiral = extra £13m – bad traffic in Bristol, public transport in Bristol; homeless children up by 60% since the Conservatives came to power – 2/3 homelessness involve children, right to buy reducing council housing, high immigration; UK public finances worsen, adding to Hammond’s headache; PMQs Corbyn – Brexit – when is PM going to have a plan?; low morale in 56% of Avon and Somerset Police – overworked, cuts, Volunteering? What are we paying Council Tax for? PMQs Christopher Chope – Dorset to merge councils discussed by Christopher Chope MP at PMQs and legal challenge as West Somerset council prepares to merge with Taunton Dean borough council – electoral register and boundaries; a speeding driver is caught and fined every 12 minutes in Bristol area; PMQs – Owen Thompson – ‘the jungle’ in Calais being dismantled; PMQs – Luciana Berger – mental health.

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