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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Bijan Ebrahimi murder: 'Institutional racism' by council and police
 Weekly Program
 
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First hour: news review: with Bristol's leader of the opposition LibDems Gary Hopkins - New managers at Bristol Council;  Bristol Marina boatyard's future in doubt because of mystery Bristol City Council plans – Council needs more money – housing developments;  problems with the Mayoral system – too much power to Mayor;  is 'the underground' really going to happen in Bristol or is it just talk? Chinese investment; Hinkley Point: the ‘dreadful deal’ behind the world’s most expensive power plant - Building Britain’s first new nuclear reactor since 1995 will cost twice as much as the 2012 Olympics – revolving doors in Government, bungs for signing contracts; litter picking and rubbish collection;  lack of 'scrutiny' now in Council – 'Neighbourhoods' scrutiny has gone – development money decisions;  Bristol's tallest building gets planning permission despite objections over affordable housing – Council sold Ambulance site – Bristol Ambulance service; Bijan Ebrahimi murder: 'Institutional racism' by council and police;  PMQs Corbyn – failing NHS under Tories – GP appointments – money all in tax havens;  PMQs the terminally ill and benefits – Universal Credit problems; PMQs drug related deaths;  Her Name Was Lindy: the story of a homeless woman who died on the streets  - C4 News report by Andy Davies – Universal Credit doesn't cover rent;  Homeless people could be fined £1,000 for putting up a TENT under new plans which anger charity bosses - The move is being considered by Stoke-on-Trent City Council;  The Mirror homelessness blog;  Tories' shocking record on homelessness revealed with 121,360 children living in temporary accommodation; bizarre answer message on Mayor Marvin Rees' office phone line.

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