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 State Of The City reports 
 Election fixers Strategic Communication Labs (SCL) finally interrogated by mainstream media
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Second hour: Investigative reports: First of two interviews from the Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents' Club (FCC): Ahed Tamimi: Palestinian slap video teen gets eight months in plea deal - John Bolton is new US Head of Security  - a strong neo-con warmonger; Gina Haskell is new head of CIA – pro torture; DNC hacker 'Guccifer 2.0' was reportedly confirmed as a Russian agent after forgetting to conceal his identity online – CIA capable of pretending to be others mimicking IP address – emails about Democrats to Wikileaks; Cambridge Analytica fiasco – SCL is parent company and also Palantir – much bigger players involved in Data Mining and working with governments on psychological warfare and influencing events;  PMQs Strategic Communication Labs as parent company - Tory funding and connections to StratCom Labs; Craig Murray's article 'The Deep State Breaks Surface'; Ian Austin MP, Labour, persuades Boris Johnson in likening Putin to Hitler;  Theresa May discussing EU agreeing on Russia's culpability in Skripal poisoning – EU sends Russian Ambassador home; Evidence for Russia's guilt? - Novichok or 'some similar agent' used – Porton Down has a copy of Novichok says ex army officer who used to work there; Vladyslav Voloshyn MH17 pilot 'kills himself'; Campaigners and victims of political policing withdrew en masse from the Mitting Inquiry today, frustrated at the judge's insistence on protecting the identity of police officers involved in deceptive relationships and infiltration of the Lawrence campaign. Undercover officers need protection from Greenpeace? You’re joking - Anonymity for the police is a privilege. I was undercover for years and can see this privilege is being abused in the spycops inquiry - Interview with David O Rear, a Journalist from Hong Kong:  economy failure after Hong Kong independence;  50 year deal  - how are China and Hong Kong going to merge;  freedom of press in Hong Kong; future for Christianity? Middle East and opinions of China and US; President Xi speak – criticising leaders; Umbrella Protests; changes in China in last/next 30 years;  Asian billionaires. David O’Rear moved from his native California to Asia in 1980, to Hong Kong where he worked in the areas of economic, political and business conditions analysis. After 18 years with The Economist Group, he accepted the post of Chief Economist at the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce in 2002. In 2015, he resigned to follow his wife to London, where he exercises his analytical skills on a more ad-hoc basis. David is a regular commentator on current events in print and electronic media.

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