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 State Of The City reports 
 Bee Collapse Syndrome lines the pockets of Monsanto
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Round up of international stories: Turkeys' protests in Istanbul's Taksim square, Iranian presidential elections today, US announces it will arm the Syrian Al Qaeda terrorist rebels, Greek national broadcaster ERT shut down but it turns out they have paid for satellite uplinks so journalists resume broadcasts from their own studios. Bee collapse syndrome - one third reduction in UK bee population announced - Mike Birkin from South West Friends of the Earth gives us the latest on what’s killing bees and mentions a conference exploring how to stop population collapse. Dangers of GM foods as a study discovers one third of pigs with deformed uterus and stomachs after eating GM animal feed. This week's first ever Commons debate about the annual Bilderberg Conference, speeches by Labour MP Dennis Skinner, Conservative MP John Redwood and Labour MP Tom Watson points out that Bilderberg Steering Committee member and Cabinet Minister Without Portfolio Ken Clarke has failed to declare his interests in the Parliamentary Register, he says he 'forgot'. Discussion of UK government announcements this week which directly affect the profits of companies represented in this secret Bilderberg meeting. MoD Procurement privatisation directly benefits Tomas Enders of EADS and Sherard Cowper-Coles of BAe Systems. GM Foods to be approved for human consumption which benefits Syngenta, secretly meeting with Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne and the rest. Justice Secretary Chris Grayling plus former Justice Secretary & Bilderberg Steering Committee member Ken Clarke's proposed changes to Britain's Legal Aid programme, it includes defendants not being able to choose a lawyer, instead being allocated a G4S or Eddie Stobart solicitor. Bristol Barrister Michael Fitton has been at the Justice Select Committee this week and reports back. Marina Morris asks you which you'd choose in her voxpop.

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