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 BCFM Drivetime 
 No enquiry into the Battle of Orgreave – attack by police on miner’s strike in 1984
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
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News review: with Green councillor for Clifton Paula O'Rourke. Article 50 case – what is the Royal Prerogative? Bristol Metrobus – congestion; secret government papers show taxpayers will pick up costs of Hinkley nuclear waste storage – tidal power, carbon capture – cost of Hinkley C nuclear versus tidal power; Bristol Channel tidal vs nuclear power cost calculations from last week's show MeyGen Pentland tidal power scheme: cost £1.6bn, 384MWe = 400 turbines at £4m (0.96MWe) each. Hinkley C EPR (PWR) nuclear reactor: cost £37bn = 2560MWe. Bristol Channel tidal power scheme, approximate cost £10.7bn: 2560MWe = 2,667 turbines at £4m (0.96MWe) each. The Battle of Orgreave – attack by police on miner’s strike in 1984 – Amber Rudd says there will be no inquiry – clip from BBC 5Live on Tuesday morning where there is buzzing on radio and the audio line goes down – history of Orgreave; FIFA to probe Ireland’s Easter Rising commemorative shirt after being accused of double standards in poppy row – British Legion taking money from arms companies; Hillary Clinton vs Trump – on nuclear weapons – last 20 years NATO advancing not Russia – Seymour Hersh on Hillary Clinton and false flag Sarin attack in Syria and attack on Embassy in Syria – Russia and president Putin’s record, sanctions on Russia; PMQs Corbyn – Universal Credit – benefit bill ballooning – ‘I, Daniel Blake’; one in three super-rich are under investigation by HMRC over taxes – 380 staff got 1 person in 5 years; 300,000 children will be put into poverty by new benefit cap – voters like it; PMQs Chris Stevens – costs 45p a minute to social security line for disabled; ex Police Superintendent and Freemason, Gordon Anglesea, sentenced to 12 years for child sex abuse.

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