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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Article 50 extension requires the unanimous agreement of all 27 member states
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
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First hour news review: with Labour councillor for Easton Afzal Shah and Swiss film-maker Marie Luce-Storme. Bristol Council committees and groups Afzal is part of; damning audit report on Bristol Council’s pay off to Anna Klonowski; Noel Edmonds' Facebook rant at Avon and Somerset police after being allegedly defrauded of £300 million: Noel Edmonds campaign about how he has been defrauded by Lloyd’s Bank Business Support Unit; Bristol Police and Crime Panel investigating complaints against Lloyds; Banks above the law? - examples of this, Tom Hayes as fall guy: ‘I was framed by UBS’: Tom Hayes’ letters from prison. Incarcerated former trader blames himself for trusting colleagues and superiors, laments his inability to push his side of the scandal in the press during the trial, Putin and the Oligarchs, Berevosky’s suspicious death; increase in knife crime in Britain and Bristol – reasons behind it – cuts, poverty, gangs and drug dealing - education; PMQs schools budgets cuts – special needs children; BBC Week in Westminster – Lisa Nandy on new £1.6bn (£300m/pa) Deprived Town Fund – money going to LEPs not Council: Towns like mine needed a game changer from Theresa May. What we got was an insult. What are the Local Enterprise Partnerships? Brexit: PMQs Corbyn on Brexit; results of Brexit votes in parliament this week: Brexit PARLIAMENT TAKE CONTROL vote: Which MPs REBELLED against Theresa May in Benn vote? PMQs money for No Deal? Guy Verhofstadt, Brexit Coordinator for EU, says Brexit extension may not be possible – EU vetoing extension: BREXIT LIVE: EU pours cold water on May's Brexit delay win – 'ALL EU27 need to approve' BRUSSELS have poured cold water over Theresa May’s Brexit victory by reminding the UK that “Article 50 requires the unanimous agreement of all 27 member states”; Swiss perspective – Switzerland not in EU, has negative interest rates, and dirty money in banks. Tories are ROBBING the poorest of our elderly. Thousands of poorest pensioners will lose out. The change means pensioners claiming after May must sign up to universal credit, which will leave the couple potentially £7,000 a year worse off. Suspension of Lord Steele from Lib Dems, as didn’t stop Cyril Smith from being politician after knew he was a paedophile story.

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