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 BCFM Drivetime 
 'Chaotic' roll out of Universal Credit for poor will 'cause evictions, homelessness, spiralling debt & suicide'
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Judge Michael Supperstone annuls democracy - First hour: news review: with Labour councillor for central ward and Communication Workers' Union branch secretary Kye Dudd - HR Committee;  Three new Bristol City Council bosses could each earn more than former chief executive's £160k salary;  controversy over appointment of Chief Executive Anna Klonowski who resigned;  Bristol City Council accused of letting 'fat cats milk the system' after former chief executive 'given £70k payment';  Communication Workers Union in Bristol – 90% mandate for strike action against Royal Mail next week – but court has ruled it illegal – what is strike about? - since privatisation management wants more work for less money while Royal Mail Chief Executive Moya Greene gets £1.9m a year; PMQs Corbyn – Universal Credit is a disaster for millions of poor people – the Tories decide to roll it out anyway – 'Chaotic' roll out of Universal Credit benefit scheme will 'cause evictions, homelessness, spiralling debt and even suicide': In a dire message to Whitehall, public sector bosses, advice services and a string of MPs have all demanded an immediate halt to the policy - insisting it will send the UK’s poorest people into a downward spiral - work poverty, 200,000 children will be put into poverty; I work for the DWP as a universal credit case manager – and what I've seen is shocking: I see so much suffering on a daily basis. Case managers like me are well-trained to deal with any claimants threatening suicide, simply because it's become such a frequent occurrence - PMQs Heidi Allen – Tory MP criticises Universal Credit at PMQs – six week wait before you get any money doesn't work, advance payments; PMQs Bristol East Labour MP Kerry McCarthy wants more Meningitis B vaccines for infants – but have big pharma been lobbying her? THE GHOST LOBBY New Labour and the Pharmaceutical Industry - Vaccine manufacturers big winners in fight for government cash - that's what the pharmaceutical firms want – children in US get 70 vaccine injections by age one – Respiratory RSV vaccine to be trialled on unborn babies - Martin favours nationalising pharmaceuticals; 'Spectre of conspiracy' raised by #MI5 dossier on Establishment burying of Cyril Smith child sexual abuse evidence  - why MI5 even involved? Why did prosecutor lie to press?;  Ted Heath - police chief calls for a new inquiry into a Westminster child-sex ring 'covered up' by the Establishment  - policy decided on the back of blackmail; contradictory stories about house prices in the Independent online: House prices hit record high after rising at fastest pace in eight months ;  UK house prices fall for fifth month in a row;  Paul Smith and promise to build 800 affordable homes a year in Bristol;  PMQs – 2000 job losses at BAE Systems – 138 Lockheed Martin's F35s, at £90m ($120m) each, thats £17 billion, to be bought from US rather than British Typhoons for £87m each which are built at BAe's Warton plant in Lancashire. BUT... Our RAF jets 'BEATEN' in training exercise with Indian pilots in Russian planes - THE best of Britain's RAF fighter command have been shamed into a humiliating defeat in a contest with India's military pilots, it has been claimed.

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