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Proroguing of Parliament - Jacob Rees-Mogg explains
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First hour news review: with Libdem councillor for Hotwells and Harbourside Mark Wright – and independent former Bristol Mayor George Ferguson.

The Weston Harbour development in Bristol; Mayor Marvin Rees, interviewed on BBC, selling the plan; why so much secrecy over Arups plans? Ex-mayor George Ferguson slams proposals for Western Harbour The former city leader says the plans are a threat to the iconic view of the suspension bridge over the Avon Gorge. Lib Dems demand council consider fourth option for Western Harbour. The road network around the Cumberland Basin will change radically. Mayor Rees explaining why plans not released and who’s going to pay for development; BCC official consultation and Aug/Sept drop in sessions on the project;

We need social housing; people in vans and tents: Council Reveals New Approach To Van Dwellers And ‘Tent Villages’ In Bristol; interim housing solutions – container housing in Bristol: Shipping container project for homeless needs £50k as it makes way for student flats;

Problems with Mayoral system and the Metro Mayor; Mark Weston, Bristol Tory leader – his response to Marvin’s State of the City speech – or is it annual address? Criticism of the Mayoral System; Labour’s Mayoral policy; George Ferguson selling off the Bristol Port cut price to Merchant Venturer friends in his time as mayor.

Proroguing of Parliament - Jacob Rees-Mogg explains [podcast only]. Peter Shore in the 1975 Common Market EEC referendum – against the common market. Will Brexit trigger a crash?
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Boris Johnsons breakneck countdown to Brexit
September 3: Parliament returns after summer break. MPs chance to vote no confidence in government or block no-deal Brexit
September 4: Chancellor announces Whitehall spending for 2020/21
September 12: Parliament suspended
September 22-25: Labour Party conference
September 23-27: Boris Johnson speaks at UN General Assembly in this week and could visit the White House
September 29 - October 2: Tory Party conference
October 14: Parliament returns with Queens Speech - but is then snarled up in a week of debates
October 17: European Council meeting. The last chance to get a Brexit deal with 27 EU leaders
October 21-22: Votes on the Queens Speech
Final week: Vote on any plan Boris Johnson gets for Brexit
October 31: Brexit happens, with or without a deal

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