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 BCFM Drivetime 
 UK local elections: Labour win twice number of seats as Tories, but in wrong places
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Lord mayor Lesley Alexander presides over Kafkaesque, shambolic Extraordinary Full Council Meeting
First hour: news review: with Labour councillor for St George Troopers Hill Fabian Breckles. Local elections – disappointing for Labour? - anti-Semitism – media against Corbyn; election results;  Metrobus – up and running soon – TERRIBLE rating on Google Play for First Bus M-Ticket App - it just doesn't work – cancelled sections e.g. not going to parkway – mistakes.  Outsourcing troubles: CAPITA, CARILLION, INTERSERVE and SERCO - Capita says it’s no Serco — whatever the rights and wrongs – profit warnings hidden; Capita top brass in line for turnaround bonus worth £10m – and it could be rise to a lot more;  Interserve about to collapse - Interserve landed with £40m bill from accountants and consultants; Lord mayor Lesley Alexander presides over Kafkaesque, shambolic Extraordinary Full Council Meeting to appoint senior council executive Mike Jackson on a salary of £165,000; PMQs Corbyn – with Tories you pay more and get less – 21,000 less police and 20% increase in crime in ONE YEAR Lawless London: murder rate soars by 44% & knife crime is up by over 20% in ONE YEAR  - – poverty – underfunding of Labour areas by Tory central gov.; 'Defensive’, ‘fudged pledges’ and ‘divorced from reality’ - This is how opposition parties view Marvin Rees’ first two years ;  Bristol Audit – unelected now;  PMQs Universal Credit problems – fiasco; Vulnerable, sick and hungry: these devastating testimonies of people on Universal Credit are being used to fight Esther McVey's benefits department in Court - PMQs - waiting two and three hours for an ambulance – Gov. deliberately destroying NHS – austerity and media reporting; PMQs sacked Home Secretary Amber Rudd pays tribute to the UK's out-of-control Anti-Terrorist police.

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