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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Riots today as prisoners take over G4S run Winson Green open prison in Birmingham run by G4S
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: News review: Riots today as prisoners take over G4S run Winson Green open prison in Birmingham run by G4S, riot police have just been sent in; Marvin Rees says Bristol has been lumbered with social care bill after Tory cuts; PMQs Corbyn – cuts in social care and raising council tax to pay for care; PMQs: social care and raising council tax – private sector care; a third of Bristol's care homes need to improve the care they offer to elderly patients – care in Bristol average of £1045 a week; Tony Crofts from AEOB House People discusses their first social housing project that has opened this week, website 0117 926 9331; angry protesters halt Bristol Council meeting – Sisters Uncut and 'guardians' who look after Council buildings; The report by the Shirley Oaks Survivors Association (SOSA), which interviewed 400 former residents of the children’s home, identifies 27 suspected paedophiles by name, and gives details of 60 who have had multiple allegations of abuse made against them. Lambeth council to pay tens of millions to child abuse survivors after Shirley Oaks survivors brought out a report naming 60 abusers and challenging police to question and charge those still alive; National Action becomes first UK far-right organisation to be banned under terrorism law, Blood and Honour gathering in October was allowed by police; PMQs far-right groups and racial hatred; PMQs rail strikes – privatisation; PMQs anonymity for rich criminals.

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