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 BCFM Drivetime 
 National debt about to hit £1.7tn – interest payments £40bn/yr
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
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First hour: News review: Leadership 'failures' at Bristol City Council led to £29m deficit – phone discussion with former Mayor George Ferguson about his role; Government inflicts 'horrendous' cuts on Bristol because of Labour council, claims John McDonnell; protest over Bristol Council's £101m cuts; Matthew Carey from BADACA discusses cuts in Bristol, and opinions on Jeremy Corbyn; Save Jubilee Pool, Knowle – cuts; Metrobus – update; Britain's national debt poised to hit £1.7trillion – with interest payments approaching £40bn a year – housing bubble; 38,000 concrete segments to be built in Bristol for tunnels at Hinkley nuclear power station – problems with French nuclear power at Flammanville and others; Brexit Bulletin – Blair calls for a Brexit uprising – clip of Bloomberg interview with Tony Blair; Bristol's 'Brexit Businessman' Arron Banks is tweeting again about Hillsborough – sparking more fury; Tory councillor found guilty of being rogue estate agent for cannabis factory gang – legalising of drugs; 'Bristol Resilience' strategies – Marvin Rees on Bristol City Council You Tube channel – Sarah Toy, Senior Resilience Officer, discusses strategies to make sure Bristol is still be here in fifty years' time.

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