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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Councillor for Bradley Stoke North
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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News review with South Gloucestershire UKIP Councillor & former Bradley Stoke mayor Ben Walker who, after what he describes as an internal smear campaign, left the Conservative party this week. Report on financial viability of Bristol Remploy which is turning a profit but nevertheless under a 90 day consultation and facing closure. Remploy have not been alowed to hire new staff since 2008 even when vacancies come up and existing staff are having to work overtime. We hear from Tina Fellows, Paul Gain, Sue Marm, Doug Pine & Brian Williams. Scores of disabled workers at Remploy Bristol are facing redundancy. Irish vote ‘yes’ in European fiscal treaty referendum. Trying to resurrect the broken banks now seen as a mistake, & staving off the inevitable. A huge amout of financial scaremongering going on. Greece is in a fiscal prison. Early learning proposals from DoE say 2-5 year olds can have up to 15 hours in nursery a week, Marina Morris reports. Entire Chinese ruling class was shot in the 1940s because they would not give up their unfair share of wealth and power. Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt still in his job, as Labour may force Commons vote over alleged breaches of the ministerial code. Prime Minister David Cameron’s former Head of Communications Andy Coulson arrested for Perjury after testifying against Scottish Socialist leader Tommy Sheridan in another perjury case. John Lister, director of Health Emergency explains that doctors may have the power to keep the NHS exactly as it is and keep private profit out even after the present reforms are implemented. Health and Social Care bill sprung on the electorate two months after the 2010 General Election where David Cameron promised NHS staff there would be ‘no top down reorganisation of the NHS’. Ashton Vale opponents are facing a ‘hate campaign’. Bristol Anarchists sabotage railway signalling as part of their sedition programme to start a civil war.

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