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 NM Rothschild & sons propose privatisation of British roads
 Weekly Program
 Cllr Colin Smith (Lab), Martin Summers, Tony Gosling
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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http://bcfm.org.uk/2012/03/23/17/friday-drivetime-63/15614
May's referendum for elected mayor or keeping cabinet system what's the difference? How, for example, would an elected mayor effect transport? Privatisation of National Health Service a step too far? Private Finance Initiative building Southmead hospital and other projects under former Labour government. South Gloucestershire council votes to reject cabinet system as elitist in favour of return to the old committee system. Ministry of Defence in talks with Serco, Babcock International, Deloitte, KPMG, Bechtel Group, Fluor Corp. & BAE Systems considering privatisation of Filton Abbey Wood procurement centre. NM Rothschild & sons get Prime Minister David Cameron to propose privatisation of British trunk roads and motorway network. What was Roosevelt's 1930s 'New Deal' which lifted world economy out of an economic liquidity trap? 2012 budget: higher rate of tax was cut from 50p to 45p, Winston Churchill's pensioners allowance hit and fuel prices will increase by 3p. Why does Iraqi oil cost $1.50 a barrel (170 litres) to get out of the ground and over 200 times more at the pump? Answer is the market is dominated by speculators. Financial crisis began in 2008 when Labour were in power. Criminalising squatting as part of Legal Aid bill considered this week in the House of Lords. After massacre of 16 Afghan civilians by drunken US soldiers, over 400 British soldiers dead and 40,000 Taliban. Avon and Somerset Chief Constable Colin Port to appear next Tuesday at the Leveson enquiry in London, questions likely to be asked about how newspapers got the name of Christopher Jefferies in Joanna Yeates murder case. Police Federation conduct ballot, seeking right to strike. News review with Cllr Colin Smith (Lab).

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