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First hour news review: Boris Johnson’s Cabinet reshuffle; Sajid Javid opts to walk away from Boris Johnson’s power grab - Showdown between chancellor and PM - Local government doesn’t have any power – Mayoral dictatorship.

Planning system changes since introduction of the Mayor – examples of Temple Island and Western Harbour. Matthew Montague Pollock, from Bristol Campaign Against Tower Blocks, discusses why tower blocks above a certain height dont make decent homes: anti tower block event on March 5th, 7pm; SHOULD BRISTOL BECOME A HIGH RISE CITY? Nicola Beech, Bristol Cabinet Member for Spacial Planning and City Design.

Ian Henshall, author of ‘9/11: The New Evidence’, discusses the Coronavirus, and the media storm surrounding his next door neighbour, Steve Walsh, who contracted the virus and was called a ‘super spreader’ but had hardly any symptoms at all except a very mild flu! Ian Henshall, a 59-year-old author, has lived next door to Steve Walsh for 15 years. Dr Chris Busby discusses the HIV inserts detected in the Coronavirus. Uncanny similarity of unique inserts in the 2019-nCoV spike protein to HIV-1 gp120 and Gag

PMQs Corbyn – deportation of Windrush immigrants. Knife crime increase in UK since 2010 – poverty; PMQs - knife crime in Teeside; Nightclub a haven for drugs and addicts: Trip Adviser Review of Lakota nightclub: Not exactly the place to visit if you are after an environment that is free of drugs. Rave concerts come complete with addicts and plenty of illegal concoctions available. Not impressed, they need a visit form the Police! - CIA and drug running; banks and drug money laundering.

HS2 approved – The Stop HS2 campaign has issued a video message to Boris Johnson, expressing dismay that a decision could be made to approve HS2 before the outcome of the Serious Fraud Office Investigation, saying: “It is absolutely incomprehensible that a decision could be made on HS2 without knowing if it has been fuelled by fraud.” and that “If the Serious Fraud Office were to find evidence of impropriety and malfeasance within HS2 Ltd, their contractors or the Civil Service, the Prime Minister would effectively offered him up as a human shield.”- PMQs Northern rail services.  

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