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 BCFM Drivetime 
 PMQs police cuts;  increase in violent crimes in Bristol
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: news review: UKIPs take on Theresa May’s Brexit negotiations;  Adam Fleming on different Brexit scenarios;  Tommy Robinson – lunch with UKIP top brass: EDL founder Tommy Robinson went straight from court to lunch with UKIP top brass at the House of Lords after being told he faces wait to learn if he will be jailed for contempt. Tommy Robinson enjoyed a three course meal at the House of Lords yesterday. It came after he was released on bail by a judge over his contempt of court case. He drank red and white wine with Ukip's Lord Pearson and leader Gerard Batten. His case has been referred to the Attorney General because it is 'too complex'    - Tommy’s world tour;  PMQs Corbyn – lack of nurses in training – end to austerity in budget? PMQs police cuts;  increase in violent crimes in Bristol: Fishponds murder, Easton ‘stabbing’, St Paul's assault - three weeks of violence in Bristol. Three serious incidents in three weeks have caused concern among communities. Three weeks of violent disorder in Bristol have resulted in the death of a young man, multiple arrests and the launch of a new police operation;  site safer with squatters in – fire: Ex-squatter on boathouse blaze: 'They should have let us stay there'. During their stay they claim they improved the site's safety, even installing fire alarms and extinguishers. Former squatters of an old boathouse gutted by a fire have claimed it would have been saved if it had still been occupied by them. The historic building in Redcliffe Wharf, which has been the centre of ambitious redevelopment plans for a number of years, suffered a devastating fire on Sunday. The empty historic building has long been a home to squatters, with a group of eight who occupied it from the summer of 2016 claiming they had in fact been improving the site's safety. While the group were officially evicted in April 2018, reports had emerged of more rough sleepers taking over the building. But the fire service confirmed this week that nobody was inside when it erupted into flames. However, one of the building’s former residents, Richard Carey, 27, now living in Easton has spoken out about how the previous evicted group in April had spent the year-and-a-half prior improving safety in the building, including installing fire alarms and extinguishers. He said: “It’s incredibly frustrating to see something like this happen after the work we put into it and the warning we gave to Bristol City Council about what could happen if it was left unoccupied for long enough;  interview with Rick Carey, ex squatter, who was living in the building;  Marvin Rees’ State of the City speech – Bundred report on Council deficit and hence Marvin’s cuts;  about 400 rough sleepers in Bristol – homeless have skills to do up empty buildings;  PMQs Jacob Rees Mogg – Brexit;  Nigel Farage should be an MP – fraud: Tory MP ‘overspent on election campaign to end Farage’s political ambitions FOREVER’
CONSERVATIVE MP Craig Mackinlay spent more than double the legal limit on his general election campaign in 2015 in a bid to end Nigel Farage’s political ambitions forever, a court has heard. The MP, along with his election agent Nathan Gray, 29, and Marion Little 63, who is alleged to have run the campaign, are on trial at Southwark Crown Court in London, accused of deliberately submitting “woefully inaccurate” expenditure returns; Euro scepticism rising on the Continent; Euroscepticism is rising across the continent. Austria: The hard-Right Freedom Party (FPO) has previously been accused of xenophobia and racism. Italy: Italy's populist Five Star Movement wants to ditch the euro and recently elected an ex-waiter, Luigi Di Maio as leader. Germany: Eurosceptic AfD emerged as the country's third-biggest party, campaigning hard against Merkel's open-door stance. France: Marine Le Pen advocates abandoning the euro and curbing immigration while endorsing anti-Islamic policies  Hungary: Viktor Orban (R), leader of the anti-immigration Right-wing Fidesz party, which is firmly opposed to further EU integration. Netherlands: Geert Wilders' far-right Freedom Party wants to LEAVE the EU and BAN Islam. Poland: President Andrzej Duda (R), leader of PiS, was elected in 2015 with policies largely focusing on anti-Islamic and anti-Russian concerns; opportunities and problems with Brexit - general election? global financial meltdown;  Peter Hain MP names Phillip Green as executive with sexual harassment and bullying claims against him.

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