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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Council ethnicly cleanse' homeless & artists for Bristol's Bearpit traders
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: news review: Bristol Arena – with LibDem councillor for Cotham Anthony Negus - where is it going to be and do we need one? Behind Temple Meads - Parks – money making schemes and ideas to keep parks alive; what is Council under Marvin like? Cuts; libraries; Skripal case in Salisbury; Punk Paul's plaque taken down from Bearpit by Bristol City Council – Bearpit Improvement Group was being run by Chris Chalkley and PRSC – but Council has taken licence from his group due to 'criminal allegations' against the homeless there – Bristol 24/7 interviewed Chris and others but failed to quote his views in their article, Bristol 24/7 owners and editors have a corporate anti-poor, anti-homeless agenda - Chris Chalkley discusses; Nana Kwaku Anyemang aka Balagun is in Bristol and giving a talk about activism in the black community at Malcolm X, next Wednesday 28th March, 7pm, about remembering the Bristol black uprising in 1980s and looking to the future for black communities – interview with Nana – racism in police in 1980s – Beechen Cliff school in Bath where they had a mock slave auction of a black schoolboy; PMQs – Jeremy Corbyn asks about schools and public services collapsing but Theresa May just replies about unemployment figures being down.

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