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 BCFM Drivetime 
 plus tax haven based EFSF pulling Europe into a financial debt trap
 Weekly Program
 Fabian Breckles
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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http://bcfm.org.uk/2012/06/22/17/friday-drivetime-76/18658
Prime Minister David Cameron's father Ian pioneered the abuse of Tax Havens and the Cameron family fortune was accumulated in Panama, Geneva and Jersey. News review with St. George East Labour Councillor Fabian Breckles. Lane clearance in St. George was not included in the May Gurney waste, cleaning and maintenance contract. Marvyn Rees to be Bristol’s Labour mayoral candidate. Prime Minister David Cameron’s father Ian pioneered the abuse of Tax Havens and the Cameron family fortune was accumulated in Panama, Geneva and Jersey. Germans forced to allow printing of money in the Eurozone. Mexico G20 conference largely a waste of time, casino banking is gambling with peoples’ lives. So-called technical hitches at RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank with customers unable to withdraw their own money. Banking should be there to serve governments, the people, business. There must be no gambling with money we need access to. One third of the Troika, the European Financial Security Facility (EFSF), is based in a tax haven and impossible for MEPs to scrutinise. Boss of G4S predicts mass privatisation of British police, Ten more UK police forces are looking to outsource policing to private companies. All sounds a bit ‘Robocop’ and extremely dangerous. Private prisons also open to fascist abuse but being encouraged by Justice Secretary Ken Clarke. Labour leader Ed Miliband apologises for Labour allowing unlimited EU immigration, but these are empty words, he’s shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted. Average wage has been brought right down so benefits seem more generous. Comparing Jimmy Carr with David Cameron’s father Ian, who was a pioneer of tax havens in Panama and Switzerland, as soon as Margaret Thatcher lifted currency controls. Changes proposed to the examination system. Congratulations and unequivocal support for campaign to reopen Whiteladies Picture House. What is the future for radical internet publishing and will Julian Assange have to live permanently in the Ecuadorian Embassy? Is Assange’s treatment the beginning of real totalitarianism?

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