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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Labour infighting, Brexit, health, education, housing, foreign policy, secret state, economy
 Weekly Program
 
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2017/05/21/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-72/
First hour: Bristol West hustings with Annabel Tall, Conservative party; Molly Scott Cato, Green party; Stephen Williams, Lib Dems. Labour party candidate Thangam Debbonaire has said she will not be attending these hustings due to 'a preexisting diary commitment'. Statement by Labour candidate Thangham Debonair; vote count from last election – Greens closest to Labour in 2015: the LibDems were almost twice as far (17%) behind Labour as the Greens were (9%) two years ago; Labour Party infighting – Corbyn's policies; is the election about Brexit? Do MEPs have any power? How EU works; Laura Welty, Bristol Disability and Equality Forum manager expresses disabled peoples' concerns over Tories removing social care funding; Theresa May's policies of people in care keeping only £100,000 of their house, triple lock on pensions being scrapped, and means testing winter fuel allowance; Education cuts protests on College Green, Bristol losing 1000 teachers, cutting education in cities but more for rural areas; Housing – house prices falling – housing crisis; Manchester terror attack – Salman Abedi was reported several times to anti-terror hotline; Corbyn's speech today about British foreign policy playing part in terror attacks – failures in the 'Prevent' program; Theresa May To Create New Internet That Would Be Controlled And Regulated By Government: Prime Minister Theresa May wants government controlled internet; IFS says Tory and Labour policies don't add up – Steven Williams tweet - EU directive where can't send money to tax haven without declaring it first. Sunday Politics, Andrew Neil interviews Theresa May
Lynton Crosby's silence over tax haven scandal is deafening

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