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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Man fathered by undercover policeman supports Lush spycops campaign, NARPO don't
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
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First hour: news review: with Green councillor for Redland Fi Hance. Our scenario of a simulated 'government announcement' how we could close tax havens – nationalise banking infrastructure - economic crash, Q.E. increasing asset prices, Carillion going bust, £30 trillion in mainly British tax havens; Universal Credit 'could cost more than current benefits system' according to National Audit Office – just gratuitous cruelty to poor people - delays to payment; Steve Keen, economist – his principles for change to economic system; PMQs poverty and benefits – disabled refused benefits – ATOS failures; PMQs fiasco with trains – Charles Haughton, head of Thames Link, resigned; Metrobus – revolving doors, Carillion Finance Director becomes First Group director; PMQs Corbyn - Grenfell Tower – one year on – should there be prosecutions? Jeremy Corbyn asked PMQ about three topics in one: Grenfell Tower first anniversary; Trump and N.Korea; Brexit – what we’re losing; Bristol Arena in Filton just a ridiculous report by KPMG on whether to have at Temple Meads or in Filton; SpyCops trial - undercover police fathering children – campaign by Lush shops against undercover cops – National Association of Retired Police Officers (NARPO) force Lush to stop anti-spycop campaign. Man who discovered he was fathered by an undercover policeman reveals he supports Lush's controversial 'spy cops' ad campaign: Unnamed man was a core participant in an inquiry into undercover police tactics. He praised Lush which put photos of officers with 'Paid to lie' in shop windows. He says his mother was duped into a relationship with an officer who posed as an animal rights activist .

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