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First hour news review: with Brexit Party prospective parliamentary candidate for North Somerset Ann Tar and leader of the LibDem group on Bristol City council and councillor for Knowle Gary Hopkins. - Bristol’s top politicians not coming on show; may not be able to think on their feet when answering unexpected questions? High-risk Brexit; this week's (deliberate?) collapse of Thomas Cook –  CQS Asset Management 'hedge fund', founded by Conservative Party donor Sir Michael Hintze, was behind the failed rescue bid – Brexit Donor Hintze Set to Cash In on U.K. Distress - and made money from it; Lloyds and RBS banks. Hedge Fund CQS Management - RBS - $250m CDS bets on Cook collapse - Peter Frankenhauser, head of Thomas Cook, saying sorry; economic warfare – disaster capitalism; Brexit Donor Hintze Set to Cash In on U.K. Distress;  conspiracy that we can’t leave EU;  Supreme court ruling and Parliament brought back – Johnson back in Parliament – Corbyn back in Parliament on how poorest will be affected by Brexit – election coming? Brexit and possible outcomes now;  no recess of Parliament for Tory Conference;  Labour Party Conference – policies they discussed;  British Airways strike; Michael Foot in June 1975 on Common Market not being democratic; Michael Crick on Sir David Steel giving a statement to National Paedophile Inquiry about not disciplining Cyril Smith despite knowing he was sexually abusing children; Darren Jones, Bristol Labour MP, discussing trigger ballots.

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