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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Concern as ‘rising Bristol rents’ portrayed as investment opportunity in Marvin Rees’ China brochure
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: news review: with Green councillor for Redland Martin Fodor. Correction to interview with Stephan Lebanowski – a study into beliefs about death of Lady Diana -  'Dead and Alive' report – only 2 people thought Diana staged her own death, so not applicable. Bristol Full Council Meeting, and Q & A with Mayor Rees – surplus from resident's parking to be put into transport? Parking schemes generally, austerity;  Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees told he is 'blackmailing' the city and favouring Government over residents in open letter - A section of the UNITE union has taken a vote of ‘no confidence’ in the elected mayor – Council Tax Reduction Scheme, infrastructure money from central government, Marvin to China for investment in building: Concern as ‘rising Bristol rents’ portrayed as investment opportunity in Marvin Rees’ China brochure - only budget for care and waste systems by 2020; PMQs  Corbyn – home ownership under Tories gone down – Theresa May says statutory homeless down by 50% - Theresa May faces investigation after 'misleading Parliament about scale of homelessness' – Universal Credit;  80 new homeless people a month in Bristol as family breakdowns the most common reason – Housing Crisis blog at Bristol Post;  if house prices fall a problem for economy;  Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees promises to increase protection for music venues – housing with sound proofing – Agent of Change principle;  Bristol wants to be the first city to use electronic voting to elect its politicians - Darren Jones MP is leading the charge for e-voting in the city – and the city council backs the move – hacking?;  PMQs RBS closing 259 branches – banking online;  PMQs Caroline Lucas – disabled workers responsible for fall in productivity;  Tory rebels explain why they defied the Government: 'We had to make clear hard Brexiteers are not running the country';  More than 75,000 sign petition calling for Richard Branson's Virgin Care to hand settlement money back to NHS - Anger grows at reported £328,000 payment to business tycoon's private healthcare company; LINK TO PETITION: Richard Branson and Virgin Care: return the NHS’s money, and never sue the NHS again - Princes William and Harry could REFUSE Charles request to let Camilla be Queen.

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