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BCFM Drivetime
Will UK become a vassal state of the US empire after Brexit or is it one already?
Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  Contact Contributor
https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2019/12/18/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-173/
First hour news review: with LibDem mayor candidate Mary Page and Brexit party candidate for Gloucester Richard Ford. Election – why Corbyn failed; Mayor Marvin Rees explaining why people should vote Labour in Mayoral election; will Brexit happen on 31st January? Bristol Arena; Labours Margaret Hodge on anti Semitism and mis-quoting Gilad Atzmon – Gilad Atzmon corrects her;  Boris Johnson discussing the Brexit bill, and Prometheus again; Brexit and Ireland and Scotland; surveillance by secret services in UK; Corbyn saying hes not going to give up fight against Brexit deal; will UK become vassal state of US after Brexit or is it one already? Iranian General, Qasem Soleimani, being assassinated by US;  potential next Labour leaders;  why positive discrimination is needed;  Bristol Energy and its debts: Bristol Energy was initially expected to be in profit this year (19/20) but has needed more than £37million investment from the council. Peter Beange, executive chairman of Bristol Holding, which oversees the company, told the overview and scrutiny management board last month: “Bristol Energy’s break-even point remains 2023/24 so it has not worsened from the existing business plan. “It is not seeking any investments nor increased collateral within this business plan, however its risks remain significant."

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