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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Bristol's poorest households could be forced to pay council tax
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
First hour: News review: with Bristol city councillor Clive Stevens and former UKIP candidate John Langley. Justice For Grenfell's Piers Thompson. Sustainable Business Engineering; UKIP; porn business; housing market crash. Grenfell Tower fire tragedy: Tory in charge of Grenfell Tower refurbishment investigated TWICE over his role; Grenfell fire risk assessor who was paid £250k for his work urged council to bury his fire risk report; Grenfell Tower fire inquiry chair heckled as he meets survivors; Grenfell survivors were told to sign council form that 'could waive rights';  The Justice4Grenfell agitators: campaign group tries to push Tower inquiry judge to resign; building regulations; C4 News – Jon Snow interviews Joe Delaney from Grenfell Action Group and Kevin Holrake MP; interview with Piers Thomson from Justice For Grenfell group – he lives near the tower and gives his personal experience of the tragedy and the failings of the council Facebook page: Solidarity with Grenfell - Grenfell United. Haringey Council sell off public land to private companies. Marvin Rees as Bristol Mayor: why don't cities march on Westminster about cuts and the destruction of local government? No libraries or streetlights left in Britain by 2020 if austerity doesn't stop, warns Tory local government chief: 'We won’t be cleaning the streets we won’t be cutting the grass, we won’t be putting street lights on at all, your libraries will go, your pot holes won’t get filled up, ' warns Lord Porter Banking system collapse; Bristol's poorest households and those on benefits could be forced to pay council tax; rich paying more tax. Bijan Ebrahimi - Police 'failed' murdered man for years. MetroBus boss quits council job days after report reveals cost has gone up again.

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