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 BCFM Drivetime 
 No questions please: Bristol mayor Marvin Rees' State of the City speech 2019
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First hour news review: with Lib Dem Councillor for Brislington East and Lord Mayor, Jos Clark and Brexit Party PPC for Tiverton and Honiton, Ian Berkeley-Hurst. Also joining us is retired International relations professor Ron Mandel. Law and child protection;  Brexit;  politicians not coming on show; Jean Claude Juncker on the new Brexit deal made with Boris; how new deal is different; David Drew, Stroud Labour MP, on BBC, saying Lib Dems helped bring in austerity; Labour and Brexit; Louise Ellman - MP quits Labour over anti-Semitism concerns – criticism of Israel and anti-Semitism; Red faces at Hargreaves Lansdown following collapse of Neil Woodford's investment empire;  Extinction Rebellion stopping tube trains and angry people pulling them off, report on BBC Points West; Harry and Chris song about the end of the world; Marvin Rees and his annual State of the City address – he has created six new thematic boards; losses of Bristol Energy; is it possible to be carbon neutral by 2025? as Extinction Rebellion say is necessary; Marvin on the climate emergency in his address and the blue plaque for  Bristol being ‘City of Hope’; Neighbourhood Plans scheme – Hengrove Park – Council riding roughshod over.

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