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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Theresa May will resign in fortnight as Brexit party set to win EU election we never wanted
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
First hour news review: Prime Minister Theresa May announces she will resign in two weeks time - with South West Brexit Party candidate Ann Tarr and Bristol City Council Libdem leader Gary Hopkins. British Steel goes into administration - dodgy role of Grey Bull asset strippers The EU’s role in the demise of British Steel, The final trigger for British Steel’s collapse into administration, however, was not low steel prices but arguably a demand from the EU for £120 million worth of payments under its Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) – which is supposed to provide an incentive for heavy polluters to cut their carbon emissions. Under the scheme, heavy industries which face international competition are given free allowances of carbon credits to meet EU demands – a circular economy of paper which does rather little to help the planet - Preparations for a no deal Brexit begin again Cabinet in no-deal Brexit row as Tories face election drubbing - Yesterday's EU elections. Com-Res poll reveals 63% want Brexit with no deal and majority want Nigel Farage to lead the Brexit negotiations: Sunday Express Com-Res poll: BREXIT BOMBSHELL: Nigel Farage should lead Brexit talks with NO DEAL still on table – poll - NIGEL Farage is best placed to restore Britain’s self confidence and should lead the Brexit negotiations with the EU, a Sunday Express poll has revealed

Bristol Lloyds bank unit fraud allegations: Lloyds bank chairman dismisses allegations of criminality made by Noel Edmonds. The former Noel’s House Party host repeatedly asked Lord Blackwell how many ‘police forces’ were investigating the banking group.

Urgent letter on funding crisis endorsed by 547 schools: The stark letter to David Sterling notes that principals “universally report”: a lack of essential maintenance - significant reductions in monies spent on essential learning resources - increased costs being passed on to parents - reductions and, in many cases, termination of essential support services - increased class sizes - reduced teaching and learning support staff - reduced and, in some cases, total withdrawal of learning support for children with additional needs

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