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 BCFM Drivetime 
 with Labour MP for Bristol East Kerry McCarthy & LibDem MP for Bristol West Stephen Williams.
 Weekly Program
 Kerry McCarthy, Stephen Williams, Martin Summers, Tony Gosling
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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http://bcfm.org.uk/2012/03/30/17/friday-drivetime-64/15835
Embarassment for Ed Miliband and Labour as Respect MP George Galloway romps home in Bradford West By-Election. Are three main political parties really just three wings of a single party state controlled by the City? How is the new Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority MP's expenses system working? Avon & Somerset Chief Constable Colin Port gives evidence at the Leveson Enquiry but does anyone believe him when he says his force did not leak Chris Jefferies' name to the national media? Appaling treatment of Mr Jefferies by Avon & Somerset police. Leaks and off-the-record briefing lies fairly common by the police who know they will suffer no personal consequences. If Avon and Somerset police did not leak Chris Jefferies' name to the press then who did? Faults with the quasi-judicial 'media circus' Leveson enquiry process which has replaced judicial public enquirys. A fiscally neutral millionaire's budget: Martin Summers' 2012 Osborne budget report. Cash For Access lobbying: Conservative party treasurer Peter Cruddas resigns after being secretly filmed offering systematic access to top government figures for large sums of money. David Cameron promises enquiry into "the next big scandal waiting to happen" lobbyists in December then changes his mind by the end of January. Squatters who shelter in empty homes to be imprisoned for a year or pay a fine of £5,000 as homelessness is criminalised for the first time in British history. News review with Labour MP for Bristol East Kerry McCarthy & LibDem MP for Bristol West Stephen Williams.

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