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 State Of The City reports 
 trailer of film 'The Spider's Web: Britain's Second Empire' about tax havens
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Second hour: Investigative reports: Today's cyberattack on the NHS, just follow the money. Crowdfunding underground hospitals in rebel-held parts of Syria - threats of nuclear war in North Korea sabre rattling? Cyber attack on NHS – mass surveillance, European Courts; German army calls for searches of all barracks after Nazi memorabilia found – plan to do a shooting and blame it on Syrian asylum seeker – WW2, NATO false flag terrorism; Times Rich List – rich getting richer, poor getting poorer - The myth that work always pays is finally exposed; Prof. Kate Pickett from 'The Equality Trust' on BBC, she co-wrote 'The Spirit Level'; clip from trailer of film 'The Spider's Web: Britain's Second Empire' about tax havens; Justin Walker – his uncle Harry Pilkington's advise; Syrian doctors get crowd funding for hospitals; Yemen war – divide country?; North Korea accuses CIA of trying to assassinate Kim Jong-un with 'biochemical substances'; China 'tells citizens to leave North Korea' as tensions with US escalate; North Korea 'could destroy world with just three bombs', regime apologist claims; Ethan Guttman from his film 'The Slaughter' – he discusses legal taking of prisoners organs by Chinese state.

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