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 Rachel Molano: The Bristol Faith Adviser vanishes, Joanna Booth
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Dr Bob Gill: The NHS conspiracy. Dr Gill is an immensely dedicated NHS GP and campaigner who explains why the increase in infant mortality and increasing death-rate is a direct result of NHS privatisation begun by New Labour. He explains the diabolical mechanisms by which the NHS is being stolen from under our noses, particularly via PFI which only offers new hospitals which will bleed the health budget dry. At some point you and your family will need medical help, that’s why the British still overwhelmingly support the NHS, which lends a helping hand to all, and a lifeline to those of us who need it – when we need it most..NHS campaigner and GP Dr Bob Gill speak about the challenges faced and the threat posed to our National Health Service by privatisation that started as a slow, hidden creep under Blair and Brown, but is increasingly breaking cover and becoming a headlong gallop toward the US-based healthcare insurance giants.

Bristol Council don't know who has been paying for her but Marvin Rees’ faith adviser Rachel Molano worked in the Mayor's Office and was his link to churches and to the Evangelical revivalist Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry

Today, parliament will discuss the implications of professional services firms providing staff, sometimes free of charge or at a generous discount, on lengthy work placements to high street banks’ restructuring departments.The debate is expected to feature the relationship between Lloyds and Alder King, a Bristol-based commercial property consultancy that was the subject of a RICS adjudication in February.
Mrs Shires, who lives in Farnham, said she has been in dispute with Lloyds TSB for more than a year.
She said: “I’m passionate about the animals and I have worked hard for the farm. I feel the bank is trying to take the farm and animals away from me when they have not been willing to tackle issues that have been outstanding for over a year.”

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