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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Prince Charles public subsidy increased by 12% during 2011/12
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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City council ‘slackers’ named: Councillors from whom I’ve had no phone response or who have otherwise expressed no interest in coming on the BCFM Politics Show. Proportion of ‘slackers’ by political party: Conservatives 36% (5/14), LibDems 28% (9/32), Labour 23% (5/22) & Green 0% (0/2). Conservative: Richard Eddy, Bishopsworth; Kevin Quartley, Bishopsworth; James Stevenson, Frome Vale; Alex Pearce, St George East and former banker and Cllr for Stoke Bishop John Goulandris. Lib Dem: Jackie Norman, Brislington West; Bev Knott, Bishopston; Patrich Hassell, Hillfields; Peter Levy, Horfield, Cheryl Anne, Horfield; Sean Emmett, Lockleaze; Sylvia Townsend, Redland; Mark Bailey, Windmill Hill and Alf Havvok also from Windmill Hill. Labour: Mike Langley, Brislington East; Jeff Lovell, Filwood; Chris Jackson, Filwood; Barry Clarke, Hengrove and Phil Hanby who represents Hillfields. Britain is not a democracy. Former Lord Chancellor Lord Hailsham said in 1976 it’s an elective dictatorship. Pounds equal power! Libor fraud scandal Barclays bank thieves and fraudsters let off while their employer is fined a trifling £60m by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) + £230m from the US regulator. Chancellor George Osborne makes emergency Commons speech. Iceland jails fraudulent banksters. Nationalise banks. Applications to take children into care reach a new high. Prime Minister threatens to withdraw housing benefit from under 25′s. Julian blames New World Order for our current political crisis, too far gone for reform. VOXPOP: was privatisation of the railways a good idea? Clarence House accounts reveal public funding for Prince Charles increased by 11.8% during 2011/12 and 18% for 2010/11 and with this he employs 8 full-time PR spin doctors. News review with Somerset businessman Julian Parry.

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