First hour: News review: with leader of the Conservative group on Bristol City Council and councillor for Hengrove and Brentry Mark Weston - Shaun Murphy, from 'Protect Our NHS', discusses fighting cuts and privatisation of the NHS: Clinical Commissioning Groups; Sustainable Transformation Programme (STP) will cap NHS budget at £23bn a year; Lib Dem research showing £30bn wasted in NHS on dealing with new markets; NHS after WWII; nationalising pharmaceutical companies; PMQs STP moving towards private health insurance? PMQs South Tyneside Hospital and cuts – PFI deals; PMQs Corbyn – no extra money for social care in Budget; ¼ beds in Southmead Hospital – people who need social care in community. Snooper's Charter gets Royal Assent: song by Cassette Boy; can we trust the Secret Services with mass warrant-less spying powers? Is scrutiny of Secret Services enough? NATO and false flag attacks. PMQs Christians are worried to mention their faith in public – Theresa May uses the Bible to help her make decisions because 'she is a Christian'. Bit are her policies Christian? Official report reveals the hated benefit sanctions regime costs taxpayers £153m more a year to run than it saves – poor paying for crimes of the bankers. Bristol's four homeless charities work together for the homeless this Christmas. NICE says getting rid of speed bumps could lessen air pollution. PMQs Grammar Schools.