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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 Former UKIP candidate Caroline Stevens and her new UK party Unity In Action
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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We're joined from Gaza tonight by Wafa al-Udaini who'd been witnessing the peaceful protests by Palestinians attempting to reclaim land stolen from them by the Israeli Zionists. She is worried that some who've inhaled the Israeli tear gas, which has been fired from drones, are suffering disturbing after-effects two or three hours after they're exposed which include passing out and uncontrollable convulsions. Wafa's concerned that illegal chemical weapons might be being used by the Israeli military.
Rita Cangalousi helps run Bristol's Palestine Museum and Cultural centre on Broad Street and she explains how many political prisoners there are in Israel, many of whom have been interred for decades without trial
Veteran broadcaster Richie Allen joins us whose regular show goes where the mainstream media dares not tread. That's not because there aren't journalists and producers out there who can do the job well but owners and editors they employ often have little or not interest in 'getting to the bottom' of knotty issues but are quite happy to provide the public eith 'dumbed down' news and programmes. Richie talks about his experience of corruption in Waterford and in Irish radio station ownership, then takes a look at some of today's stories such as Salisbury, Syria and the dreadful failures to properly investigate, or prosecute alleged offenders, with regard to sexual abuse of children and minors in Britain.
Caroline Stephens campaigned to leave the European Union in 2016 and stood as a UKIP parliamentary candidate but now she's part of a new political party 'Unity in Action', which includes Winston McKenzie. UiA hopes to stop any drift by Theresa May and the Conservative party away from the Brexit Britain voted for.

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