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http://bcfm.org.uk/2012/07/13/17/friday-drivetime-79/19560
Was Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat assassinated by the Israeli Cabinet in 2004 with radioactive Polonium? Who are the West's favourite Syrian government in exile, the Syrian National Council? Keith Allen's 'Unlawful Killing' documentary about the assassination of Princess Diana has been censored by Prince Philip's lawyers. Impossible to get insurance on the film but English language Iranian channel Press TV did review it in their CinePolitics series. Tax Havens: John Christensen from the Tax Justice Network. Annual tax evasion loss to UK exchequer is £70bn, plus £25bn in tax avoidance is lost. Lord Chancellor and Bilderberger Kenneth Clarke 'blushes' on BBC's Question time as he pledges to close tax havens but does he really mean what he says? Three measures that need to be adopted: 1. Automatic Information Exchange when accounts are opened, 2. Require multinational companies to disclose their accounts in every country they operate. 3. Britain must stop blocking tax haven reforms. Eva Rausing, whose death was announced this week, used cruise ship 'The World' as a tax haven. We must end non-domicile status for oligarchs etc., who live in Britain but don't pay tax here. Shadow banking system of Structured Investment Vehicles (SIVs) explained. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney exposed as keeping his wealth in the Cayman Islands. Like Civil Service, the BBC are paying some staff to facilitate tax avoidance. Bristol ACTSA: Anti-Apartheid leader and former South African government minister Ronnie Kasrils launches the new book London Recruits edited by Ken Keable in the Colston Hall. Ronnie recommends documentaries Have You Heard From Johannesburg and Mandela Son Of Africa, Father Of A Nation.

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