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 State Of The City reports 
 Julian Assange launches new international affairs TV show
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Julian Assange launches new international affairs show The World Tomorrow on English Language TV channel Russia Today. Political conspiracy in the fall of left wing Chinese politbureau member Bo Xilai, former secretary of the Communist Party in Chongqing. Kevin Philips from the Avon & Somerset Police Federation who are going to ballot over the right to strike in the face of the biggest attempt to change their pay and conditions for thirty years. 16,000 nationally or 700 local police officers in Avon & Somerset look set to lose their jobs. If these cuts go ahead will Britain become a paramilitary police state? What with all the changes to the education system what is this meaning for young mums? Difficulties of getting toddlers into local schools in inner city Bristol. Claire Humphries is here from Local Schools for Local Children to share with us the dilemmas of the modern mum. West Indian former Avon and Somerset police officer turned driving instructor Phil Mattis has written a book about the state of the family in 21st Century Bristol British Families Under Labour: And Lessons Learnt, he joins me to explain why he left the police and what prompted him to write the book.

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