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 State Of The City reports 
 Could Bristol resume its 'nuclear free' status again?
 Weekly Program
 Roz Beauhill, Joanne Baker, Martin Farmer, Martin Summers, Michael Shrimpton, Tony Gosling
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Martin Farmer, Labour councillor for Cadbury Heath, discusses the partial closure of Cadbury Heath youth centre and Cadbury Heath Post Office moving to a Costcutter shop away from where pensioners live. Roz Beauhill and DU author Joanne Baker discuss how they would like Bristol to be a nuclear free local authority again. Nuclear Free Bristol campaign launched to persuade Bristol City Council to go 'nuclear free'. They discuss the dangers and difficulties of nuclear power, it's direct link through Depleted Uranium (DU) and H bomb core plutonium to the military and how there are plenty of sustainable energies that could be used. Nuclear is not green? Explanation of difference between enriched uranium & depleted uranium. Marina Morris's Voxpops asking Bristol people if they have heard of the local nuclear trains and what they think of nuclear power.
Michael Shrimpton, barrister and author of the forthcoming book, Spycatcher, with his theories on why government scientist Dr David Kelly was murdered. Links to French and German shipments of Plutonium to Iran? Murder all but proven by the book The Strange Death of Dr David Kelly by Norman Baker MP.
Real power, financial elite, in the Western world gather at Davos in Switzerland this weekend for World Economic Forum 2013 (WEF). Sitting down with David Cameron and Boris Johnson, the three top Tories were caught on camera flanked by half a dozen aides and security officers eating out at a cosy restaurant in Davos on Thursday night. Greenpeace activist Ben Stewart managed to snap the trio tucking into pizza and fondue at the Alte Post Hotel in the alpine resort during the World Economic Forum. Bloomberg's spiked World Economic Forum article 'Davos' Dubious Strategic Partners' by James Gibney [article has magically 'reappeared' after 'Your browser sent a query this server could not understand'

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