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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Bribery allegations levelled at Bristol City Football Club
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http://bcfm.org.uk/2012/03/09/17/friday-drivetime-61/15336
Bristol Councillors having to make freedom of information act requests to get information from council officers. Five servicemen killed this week in Afghanistan bringing the total UK servicemen killed to over 400 – council want to sell off Daisy Field and Henacre open space in Avonmouth. Bribery allegations levelled at Bristol City Football Club. Large sums of money offered to drop Ashton Vale stadium legal challenge. 2500 disabled people look to be sacked by this government; Kevin Hepworth from UNITE the union on closure of Remploy network of workshops and factories designed for disabled people; RBS offshores 300 jobs and will RBS ever ‘return to health’; Joan Ruddock MP criticises removal of disability benefits from 10 year old cerebral palsy child; Sharon Hodgson MP is policy being run by two public schoolboys that don’t care? Are all these little cuts idiotic? Privatisation of front line policing and police stations and election for new police commissioners. MPs fury as top Catholic calls gay marriages ‘as immoral as slavery’. News review with Cllr. Peter Hammond, leader of the Labour group on Bristol City Council.

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