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 State Of The City reports 
 John McDonnell on Labour party roots & loosing supporters to voter apathy
 Weekly Program
 Harry Beckhough, Martin Summers, Tony Gosling
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Interview with John McDonnell, MP for Hayes and Harlington. He is a Labour party leadership contender and explains how he would like to lead a more radical Labour policy against coalition austerity and cuts. He is concerned that Labour may be loosing it’s core voters, who may simply not be voting, by compromising on the cuts. British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, breaking constitutional tradition to inculcate herself into the highest political circles and decision making body in the land, even attending cabinet this week for the first time in 230 years since George III did so in 1781. Britain is being run by a tiny cult-like group of Eton Bullingdon Club members who believe they have been born to rule. Not unlike the queen, which makes one wonder if they really believe in democracy at all. The United States navy has moved two Aircraft Carriers from the Eastern to the Western Mediterranean which suggests they may be cooling off on intentions to attack President Assad of Syria. Martin and Harry discuss possible reasons for this enigmatic move and conclude that a deal may have been done with the Russians behind the scenes, particularly after the arrival of Russian Iskander missiles in Syria which can destroy Patriot missile launchers and Aircraft Carriers. Discussion with Harry Beckhough about the European Union and the recent rise in military power of the German armed forces which, as of this year, are authorised to operate outside Germany for the first time since World War 2. Tony Cripps, late of Occupy Bristol, has moved into Old Hallows Hall in Easton which is being turned into a community centre for radical action. Tonight’s ‘Doomsday Machine’ gig, marking the ‘Mayan prophecy’ night of 21st December 2012 is likely to be a success. Moheen Yaseen is the director of Islamic think tank ‘Global Vision 2000’ and he examines what his group believes are the spiritual roots of the financial crisis, describing the western banking cartel as ‘Draculas’.

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