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Justin Thomas: PCS Union shaping up to fight Jacob Rees-Mogg MP’s 90,000 Civil Servants Job Cuts – Ex Labour MP Chris Williamson, from Resist UK, on what he would do if he was Chancellor ‘People’s Great Reset’ – Five Year Decline In Public Trust Of London News Media – Regional Media Boycott Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees’ Press Briefings After Local Democracy Reporters banned – Is Russia’s Bombing of the Mall in Kremanchuk Another False Atrocity Story Being Used to Justify Ongoing Military Intervention in Ukraine? – Online Safety Bill hands unprecedented censorship powers to Secretary of State and Ofcom, warns new research – Nadine Dorries’ ‘Online Safety Bill’ All Set To Criminalise Free Speech Online – RIP Dr Vladimir ‘Zev’ Zelenko, Trump’s Doctor Of ‘Poison Death Jab’ Fame – Piers Corbyn and the ‘Freedom Five’ Covid Protests Fines Reduced by £39,000 New World Tyranny – NOT The BCfm Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling
Justin Thomas: PCS Union shaping up to fight Jacob Rees-Mogg MP’s 90,000 Civil Servants Job Cuts – Ex Labour MP Chris Williamson, from Resist UK, on what he would do if he was Chancellor ‘People’s Great Reset’ – Five Year Decline In Public Trust Of London News Media – Regional Media Boycott Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees’ Press Briefings After Local Democracy Reporters banned – Is Russia’s Bombing of the Mall in Kremanchuk Another False Atrocity Story Being Used to Justify Ongoing Military Intervention in Ukraine? – Online Safety Bill hands unprecedented censorship powers to Secretary of State and Ofcom, warns new research – Nadine Dorries’ ‘Online Safety Bill’ All Set To Criminalise Free Speech Online – RIP Dr Vladimir ‘Zev’ Zelenko, Trump’s Doctor Of ‘Poison Death Jab’ Fame – Piers Corbyn and the ‘Freedom Five’ Covid Protests Fines Reduced by £39,000 New World Tyranny – NOT The BCfm Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling
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Part One – News Review and Investigative Reports

Justin Thomas, PCS Union official, joins Tony and Martin. RMT strikes and why they’re striking. Other Unions and problems workers are facing. Covid and working from home. Cuts to Civil Services. RMT strike and General Secretary Mick Lynch. Cost of living crisis – what’s causing it? Outsourcing. PMQs Dominic Raab vs Angela Rayner – RMT strike. Years of austerity since 2008. Civil service union warns of strike over Boris Johnson’s plan to cut 91,000 jobs PCS leader says members have reached ‘tipping point’ after PM’s combative move The biggest civil service union has warned of strike action over Boris Johnson’s “P&O-style” approach to cutting 91,000 Whitehall jobs, with ministers also seeking to reduce staff redundancy terms by up to a third. The plan to cut one in five civil service jobs caused alarm and dismay across government departments, after Johnson told his cabinet to spend the next month finding ways to cut the civil service back to pre-Brexit levels within three years. He claimed it was necessary to shrink the size of central government to tackle the cost of living crisis. The combative move by Johnson, briefed to the Daily Mail, comes on top of existing civil service anger over pay increases less than half of the current 7% rate of inflation, the Cabinet Office drive to get them back into the office and overwork from Covid backlogs. At the same time, ministers have told trade unions they are also trying to return to previously defeated plans to cut redundancy packages in the civil service by up to 33%. In a further shake-up, Steve Barclay, the Cabinet Office minister and No 10 chief of staff, said all senior civil service jobs would in future have to be advertised externally as well as internally. While taking on the civil service, Johnson made a fresh call to get employees in the public and private sector back to the office after the pandemic. The government had previously said it was up to businesses to figure out where their workforces should be based. But in an interview with the Daily Mail, he said: “We need to get back into the habit of getting into the office. I believe people are more productive, more energetic, more full of ideas, when they are surrounded by other people. “My experience of working from home is you spend an awful lot of time making another cup of coffee, and then you know, getting up, walking very slowly to the fridge, hacking off a small piece of cheese, then walking very slowly back to your laptop and then forgetting what it was you’re doing.” Mark Serwotka, the general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union, representing about 180,000 public sector workers, warned that the civil service had reached the “tipping point” of national strike action being realistic. “We have our conference in 10 days’ time where I’m as certain as I can be that we will move to a national strike ballot, probably in September,” he said. He said the civil service was already struggling with backlogs of passports, driving licences, court cases, and pension payments due to “chronic understaffing and a recruitment crisis”. “Six weeks ago we were all outraged about P&O and now half a million civil servants have woken up to the media saying one in five jobs must go,” he added, referring to P&O Ferries’ recent sacking of nearly 800 crew. Dave Penman, the general secretary of the FDA union, which represents 19,000 senior civil servants, said it had been like a “kind of P&O: civil servants finding out about one in five jobs having to go via the Daily Mail” and that the 91,000 number had been “plucked out of thin air”. Kevin Brandstatter, a national officer at the GMB union, which represents a large number of Ministry of Justice staff, said: “This is a complete bombshell for the civil service and it’s not clear yet where the axe will fall. But if the cuts hit GMB members in the Ministry of Justice it will have a massive impact on legal aid and everyone’s right to proper representation.” Permanent secretaries wrote to their departments on Friday, with some expressing regret at the way the news of cuts had been conveyed. Jim Harra, the permanent secretary at HM Revenue and Customs, sent a message to staff saying: “I am sorry that you have learned this from the media rather than from me or civil service leaders.”…

Ex Labour MP Chris Williamson, from Resist UK, on what he would do if he was Chancellor Rishi Sunak. ‘People’s Great Reset’. Simple structural changes for industrial planning and UK wealth redistribution. Training and development in jobs. Flattening the pyramid. PMQs Dominic Raab vs Angela Rayner – Tories are militant. Getting rid of right to protest. Education. Rebuilding socialism outside of Labour In this third article of a three-part series – former Corbyn staffer Phil Bevin looks at the prospects for real change – and how to achieve it outside a Labour party whose regime no longer represents even the vaguest idea of genuine socialism Real, lasting change doesn’t come from negotiating for crumbs from the establishment’s table but working with communities to help them claim power for themselves. This means talking to people, finding out their concerns, and campaigning to ensure that the holders of power are held to account, and the system they serve contested at elections. In large parts of the country, this kind of activism is impossible to achieve through the Labour Party because its representatives are the local establishment. Many of us who are trying to contribute to progressive change end up fighting against the Labour Party. ‘Labour and its associated culture of managerialism should be allowed to die’ For instance, I live in Birmingham, where Labour controls the City Council. Despite having £500 million in reserve, at least £50 million of which is unallocated, the housing conditions are appalling, even slum-like. Flats suffer from damp, cockroach infestations, urine in lifts, and overcrowding. It should be a scandal, but Momentum and the Labour left have done nothing to address it, perhaps because highlighting the problems would mean damaging the image of the party they represent. Even worse, at election time, Momentum and the Labour left will most likely be out knocking on doors urging people to vote for the very Councillors that presided over this misery. For socialism to thrive in my area and elsewhere, Labour and its associated culture of establishment approved managerialism should be allowed to die….

Talking of fake socialists… Boycott of Mayor Marvin’s Press briefings – since Local Democracy Reporters banned When the Post’s other LDR Adam Postans asked to attend the next briefing he was told LDRs were now not allowed to attend, in a move that has been branded as “anti-democratic” by the National Union of Journalists. The council has since denied the claim, saying LDRs have not been banned from the briefings but that it was part of a “long-standing agreement” for them not to attend. However, that did not stop the BBC, Bristol World and Bristol 24/7 as well as Bristol Live saying they would boycott future meetings until the LDRs are allowed to attend. The local democracy reporting service sees the BBC fund 165 local democracy reporters across the UK to report on local authorities in partner newsrooms, like Bristol Live. A BBC spokesperson said: “We are deeply disappointed by the decision taken by the mayor’s office to not allow the Bristol LDR into his fortnightly press conference. “It is an essential ingredient of local democracy that journalists should be able to ask robust, challenging questions to people in power. “We have today informed the mayor that the BBC won’t be attending the fortnightly mayoral briefings until this important issue is resolved. We will continue to report on the city council and mayor as normal by attending all other meetings.” Bristol Live senior editor Pete Gavan told Press Gazette it was “great to get this support” in boycotting the mayoral briefings and challenged the council’s claim that they had agreed not to send LDRs. Instead, according to Gavan, they had said they would send other reporters “when possible” but reserve the right to send LDRs. “We do not accept that any reporters should be banned from attending meetings at the behest of the council, nor from asking relevant questions on behalf of our readers and council taxpayers at any time,” he added. The National Union of Journalists’ Reach national coordinator Chris Morley argued that the actions of the council were “arrogant, high-handed, and essentially anti-democratic” and said “the slur it implies on the professionalism of our LDR members is thoroughly rejected”. Bristol24/7 editor Martin Booth said it was a “slippery slope” if journalists let the council choose who “they want to attend briefings and who they want to exclude”. He added: “Marvin Rees has previously said that his motto is ‘ask me anything’. I hope that he will live up to that motto and lift this ban on LDRs. Until that happens, Bristol24/7 will neither be attending nor covering any mayoral press conferences.”

5 year decline in trust of media – Press Gazette Five-year decline in UK news media trust sees BBC, Times and Telegraph have biggest drops – The Times, The Telegraph and the BBC have suffered the biggest drops in trust among UK news media over the past five years, according to one annual survey. The Times was named the most trusted UK newspaper brand in 2018 but has since seen trust fall by 20 percentage points to 43%, according Press Gazette analysis of annual data from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. The BBC also saw a 20 percentage point drop in trust since 2018, although its fall from 75% to 55% still leaves it as the most trusted news brand in the UK, jointly with ITV News and just ahead of Channel 4 News on 54%. A BBC spokesperson said: Although we are never complacent, our own independent research shows that we saw a boost to perceptions of BBC News trustworthiness and impartiality during the pandemic, and BBC News is the source adults in the UK are most likely to turn to for impartial news on the biggest news stories of the day. Meanwhile, The Telegraph saw a 19 percentage point drop, from 55% of consumers saying they trusted its output in 2018 to 36% in 2022, as it maintained its position as the least trusted broadsheet in the UK.

Nicola Sturgeon and another Scottish referendum. PMQs deportation charter flights of immigrants. ‘Completely illegal!’ Nicola Sturgeon facing ‘political suicide’ over second referendum NICOLA STURGEON is facing “political suicide” over her planned second independence referendum, a commentator has claimed, saying the vote may be “completely illegal”. Former Scottish Conservative councillor Tony Miklinski said Ms Sturgeon “knows perfectly well” a second referendum is not going to be granted by a Conservative Government, bringing its legality into “severe doubt”. He said Ms Sturgeon is “boxing herself into an almost impossible situation”, as she has “always said” she won’t hold an illegal referendum. Mr Miklinski warned the Scottish First Minister it would be “political suicide” to lose the vote. Earlier this week, Ms Sturgeon said she plans to hold a referendum on October 19 2023, despite the UK Government so far refusing to grant Scotland permission to do so. In January 2020, Boris Johnson refused Scotland permission to hold another referendum, describing the 2014 vote as a “once in a generation” event. But Ms Sturgeon has said plans are underway to ensure the Scottish parliament could proceed with a vote lawfully. On Tuesday, she announced Scotland’s top law officer, Lord Advocate Dorothy Bain, had asked the Supreme Court for a decision on whether an advisory second referendum could be within Holyrood’s powers.
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Part Two – Ukraine/Covid/Climate Round-Up With End Times Prophecy Reports

War in Ukraine. Rocket in shopping centre – not Russian? Western reporting of war written in Kiev. Erdogan says Sweden and Finland joining NATO could be blocked if memorandum isn’t followed. NATO want to widen the conflict. Isolation of West. NATO false flag tactics. Is Russias Bombing of the Mall in Kremanchuk Another False Atrocity Story Being Used to Justify Ongoing Military Intervention in Ukraine? Empty mall parking lot and existence of a munitions plant nearby raise questions about official narrative advanced in mainstream U.S. media On Tuesday June 28, mainstream media outlets reported that at least 18 people were killed and dozens injured in a Russian missile strike on a crowded shopping mall in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk on Monday. Thirty-six other people were said to be missing and a survivor was on record saying that she had been shopping with her husband when the blast threw her into the air. The Associated Press, Reuters, The New York Times, NPR and other news outlets reporting on the story used Ukrainian government officials as their primary source, notably Mayor Vitaliy Maletskiywho wrote on Facebook that the attack hit a very crowded area, which is 100% certain not to have any links to the armed forces. But they made no independent investigation as to the truth of the self-serving statement. Also without verification they quoted Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskywho said in a Telegram post that the number of victims was unimaginable, and cited reports that more than 1,000 civilians were inside at the time of the attack. However, other reports contradict Zelensky and suggest that the Russian missile attack in Kremenchuk is just one more false story about alleged Russian atrocities known to have been fabricated by Ukraines very active propaganda mill….

Naomi Wolf and Naomi Klein twitter spat. Naomi Wolf on the Mark Steyn show on GB News – companies benefiting from Covid vaccines and lockdowns. Online Safety Bill. Lord Frost – bill should be scrapped – Mail. Institute of Economic Affairs – report on Online Safety Bill concluding freedom of speech is threatened –

The scope of the Bill is “breathtaking”, and raises significant issues for free speech, privacy and innovation. The establishment of safety duties, under the threat of multi-billion pound fines and criminal sanctions, risks digital platforms using automated tools in a cautious and censorious manner. This will embolden bad faith actors to seek content removals. The Secretary of State and Ofcom will have unprecedented powers to define and limit speech, with limited parliamentary or judicial oversight. The definition of harmful speech can be easily expanded through a statutory instrument, depending on the priorities of the incumbent Secretary of State. For example, the Shadow DCMS Secretary Lucy Powell clearly envisages an extension of the notion of ‘harmful’ to cover matters of public policy debate, having raised concerns that the Bill would allow ‘climate deniers’ to ‘slip through the net’. Privacy risks are raised by encouraging or requiring identity and age verification and proactive monitoring of user content by platforms. The Bill even applies this to private messaging, like WhatsApp. The Bill’s byzantine requirements will impose large regulatory costs, particularly on start-ups and smaller companies, and make it riskier to host content and develop innovative services. This risks discouraging investment, and cementing the market position of ‘Big Tech’ companies who can afford to comply. The impact assessment estimates that the Bill will cost businesses £2.5 billion over the first ten years, but this underestimates the direct costs (it claims legal fees are just £39.23 per hour) and does not even attempt to assess the potential costs to innovation, competition or international trade. There is a lack of evidence to justify the legislation, with respect to both the alleged prevalence of what the Bill treats as ‘harm’ and the link between the proposed measures and the desired objectives.

Online safety bill could impose ‘unprecedented’ censorship powers A new briefing paper by free market think tank the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) says the government’s flagship online safety bill will have a significant impact on free speech, privacy and innovation. The paper highlights the broad scope, complexity and reach of the bill, at over 255 pages, an increase of 110 pages since the May 2021 draft. The bill’s proposed establishment of safety duties, under the threat of multi-billion pound fines and criminal sanctions, risks digital platforms using automated tools in a cautious and censorious manner. This will embolden bad faith actors to seek content removals. The IEA also say the bill’s “byzantine” requirements will impose large regulatory costs, particularly on start-ups and smaller companies, and make it riskier to host content and develop innovative services. This could discourage investment, and cement the market position of “Big Tech” companies who can afford to comply. The impact assessment estimates that the bill will cost businesses £2.5 billion over the first ten years. However this underestimates the direct costs by claiming legal fees are just £39.23 per hour, and does not attempt to assess the potential costs to innovation, competition or international trade. There is a lack of evidence to justify the legislation, with respect to both the alleged prevalence of what the bill treats as “harm” and the link between the proposed measures and the desired objectives. The paper claims that the bill’s new duties will impose unprecedented censorship on lawful speech, through removal of suspected illegal content to ensure compliance and duties in relation to content that is allegedly harmful but not illegal. Platforms like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter will be expected to take action against speech if they “reasonably consider” it could be illegal, a significantly lower standard then “beyond reasonable doubt”. If they fail to do so, the companies can be fined up to 10 per cent of global revenue. The new harms-based communication offence in the bill outlaws intentionally causing psychological distress. The IEA say this risks empowering the easily offended and bad faith actors to solicit removals of legal speech from platforms. The Secretary of State will be able to direct Ofcom to change codes of practice “for reasons of public policy” and will set Ofcom’s priorities. Ofcom, through codes of conduct, will be able to decide what content could be “harmful” and thus set, and therefore potentially limit, the bounds of online free speech. The report argues that the bill’s free speech protections are very weak – the bill only establishes a duty on platforms to “have regard” to the importance of protecting users’ freedom of expression. Shadow DCMS Secretary Lucy Powell has even envisaged an extension of the notion of “harmful” to cover matters of public policy debate, having raised concerns that the bill would allow “climate deniers” to “slip through the net”.

Lilani Dowding on the Mark Steyn show, GB News – ‘The online harms bill is just so dangerous to free speech’ | Leilani Dowding reacts to bill – vaccine injury and fact checkers. Study into myocarditis and pericarditis after MRNa Covid vaccines Healthy young people are dying suddenly and unexpectedly from a mysterious syndrome – as doctors seek answers through a new national register People aged under the age of 40 being urged to go and get their hearts checked May potentially be at risk of having Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) SADS is an ‘umbrella term to describe unexpected deaths in young people’ A 31-year-old woman who died in her sleep last year may have had SADs

Vladimir Zelenko, Trump’s Doctor, dies – contribution Covid made to the collapse of US Super Power – spiritual dimension to his work and the miracle of life. Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, who touted unconventional COVID treatment, dies at 49 US physician, who served as Kiryas Joel community doctor for decades before parting ways, rose to fame in 2020 when his virus treatment was endorsed by then-president Trump American family physician Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko, who rose to fame during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic by promoting an unconventional treatment for the virus, died on Thursday after battling cancer for several years. He was 49. elenko, an Orthodox Jew born in Kyiv, moved to the United States with his family at the age of three, settling in Brooklyn, New York City. He received his medical degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2000. He had served as the community doctor of Kiryas Joel, a town north of New York City, for nearly two decades, and was regarded by many as a beloved member of the community. In May 2020, however, he said he was leaving the Kiryas Joel community, where he had practiced medicine for years, following a fall-out with community leaders who publicly spoke out about his approach to the pandemic. Zelenko had developed the “Zelenko Protocol,” an experimental treatment for COVID-19 ­ consisting of the anti-malarial medication hydroxychloroquine, the antibiotic azithromycin, and zinc sulfate ­ and claimed to have successfully treated hundreds of patients using the three-drug combination over the course of five days.

Henry Widdas, Journalist, on NUJ’s work of protecting Journalists though Covid – and Julian Assange.

Piers Corbyn went to Just Stop Oil protest to convince them they’re wrong – CO2 follows climate change – article that explains why Piers Corbyn and ‘Freedom Five’ fined for breaching Covid-19 rules during anti-lockdown protests Piers Corbyn has been fined after breaching Covid-19 restrictions during a series of anti-lockdown protests in central London last year. The 75-year-old brother of former Labour leader Jeremy was found guilty at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday of participating in four different gatherings of more people than restrictions allowed at the time between August 29 and December 31 2020. He was fined £750 and had to pay £275 in prosecution costs and £109 in surcharges following the incidents in Trafalgar Square, Westminster and South Bank, the Metropolitan Police said. The offences involved gatherings of more than 30 people at a time when regulations stated no-one could participate in groups of more than six outdoors unless certain exemptions applied. Fellow protesters Vincent Dunmall, 55, from Orpington, south-east London, and Louise Creffield, 36, of Brighton, were also found guilty of taking part in three of the gatherings between August 29 and October 24 2020.
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