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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Cuts: soon no money will come to Bristol from central government
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: News review: with Labour Councillor for Eastville Mhari Threlfall. EU and Brexit; PMQs Corbyn – worker's rights; bid to protect worker's rights blocked due to Tory MPs filibustering on love of radio for four hours – Tories backing out of International Labour Organisation; PMQs Chris Bryant – big subsidies to rich large farm owners – and some can't get basic benefits – Common Agriculture Policy: May suggests UK's richest aristocrat landowners will get farming subsidies funded by British taxpayer after Brexit – EU agricultural reform subsidising smaller farms to the CAP McSharry principle; McDonalds plan for Eastville - 'No to McDonalds' group: Bristol residents tell fast food chain McDonalds: Take your Big Mac, fries and go; rubbish and fly-tipping in Eastville - Bristol Waste Company – cuts; soon no money will come from central government – Council Tax is regressive; Chris Jones from Nelson, Wales, discusses how his sickness benefit has been stopped even though his doctor has said he is unable to work; PMQs Maggie Thrupp – funding for social care – cuts; PMQs Angus Robertson – Brexit and trade deals with US – food safety standards and NHS privatised to US; UK Trident test missile sent to US by mistake – were the Royal Navy 'having a laugh' by firing a Trident missile in the direction of the US during a 'botched' test launch of a multiple reentry nuclear warhead? - which countries need nuclear weapons? PMQs Ed Milliband – Trump and Paris climate change agreement; Bristol police taser black man in face – who was a community liaison person; 6 journalists arrested in Washington over 'rioting' at inauguration: At least 6 journalists arrested during police action amid anti-Trump protests - Cellebrite, an Israeli company, will 'crack' phones for local police; George Soros funds anti Trump women's marches – but he and others fund a lot of things – everyone's got an agenda; Kincora boys home in Ireland and child sex abuse – inquiry singles out police and church but not MI5.

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