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 BCFM Drivetime 
 BBC trust to review own decision upholding complaint about Corbyn 'shoot-to-kill' report
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: News review: with Labour Councillor for Horfield Olly Mead - Chairing Bristol's Audit Committee – other Bristol City Council auditing jobs; care services in Bristol; empty old people's homes - court case by 'guardians' against Camelot; fatal shooting of Mohammed Yassar Yaqub on the M62 in Huddersfield - We need to challenge authorities over killing of Mohammed Yasser Yaqub – January 4, 2017 A Letter To West Yorkshire PCC Mark Burns-Williamson and Chief Constable Dee Collins Following The Fatal Shooting of Mohammed Yassar Yaqub - Jean Charles de Menezes; BBC trust to review own decision upholding complaint about Corbyn 'shoot-to-kill' report; more than 1200 people complete council survey on budget plans for next five years; two unexpected windfalls for Bristol City Council will ease budget crisis; Bristol City Council will stop asking for criminal history in job applications - declaring Masonic membership – Masonic oath as a threat of death; 'I solemnly swear to observe, without evasion, equivocation, or mental reservation of any kind, under no less a penalty, on the violation of any of them than that of having my throat cut across, my tongue torn out by the root and buried in the sand of the sea at low water mark, or a cable's length from the shore, where the tide regularly ebbs and flow twice in 24 hours.' Bristol lowest earners are barely making enough to escape poverty – high rents; Bristol bin collections delayed because of huge amounts of Christmas rubbish; MOD signs £140m contract for Airbus to maintain RAF fleet of A400m Atlas 'workhorses'; Bristol Arena and Bristol Metrobus; Theresa May's new year speech; Corbyn's new year speech; resignation of Sir Ivan Rogers as British Ambassador to EU - New year's messages from PM Theresa May and opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

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