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 BCFM Drivetime 
 There are more than 20 tents in College Green ‘We are not targeting Bristol’s most vulnerable’
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: news review: with Labour councillor Estella Ticknell -  Lockleaze – affordable housing;  homeless – in vans and on College Green; This is why there are more than 20 tents in College Green;  ‘We are not targeting Bristol’s most vulnerable’ - Bristol City Council launches ‘van dweller’ and ‘rough sleeper’ consultation; Bristol City Council broke its own rules and spent £2million on senior interim staff; Warning against blanket 'congestion charge’ for Bristol; Children aged 12 arrested for dealing hard drugs as county sees shocking rise in juvenile cases
Merseyside Police records show 70 children aged 17 or under were arrested in 2017, up from 36 in 2015. Of those young dealers, 18 arrested last year were aged 15 or under, up from just five in 2015. The youngest person arrested was 12 years old and between 2015, and May 31, this year five children aged 13 or under were arrested. Last month the Echo reported how children as young as 12 had been charged with firearms offences between 2015 and 2017.
In total, 63 children were arrested for firearm offences over the three-year period. London BLOODBATH: Police numbers PLUMMET to lowest in 20 YEARS POLICE numbers in London have plummeted to their lowest in 20 years despite a violent crime epidemic tightening its grip on the capital. – Metrobus – Bristol transport;  PMQs – Corbyn – buses;  British films and cinema – US stranglehold – ‘Some People’ a 1962 film set in Lockleaze, Bristol ;  Bristol Carnival tomorrow;  PMQs Esther McVey misled parliament over Universal Credit Esther McVey facing accusations she is still misleading MPs over universal credit criticisms. Labour says work and pensions secretary ‘should be ashamed’ for having to explain herself a second time, adding: ‘She should resign’ – statement by her on why – Frank Field responds;  QT – foodbanks; PMQs 70th anniversary of NHS – plans to privatise NHS;

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