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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Two thirds of local policing cut; getting rid of the specialist drug team has been a disaster
 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: with Labour councillor for Easton Afzal Shah and Libdem Councillor for Whitchurch Park, Tim Kent. Tim Kent: two thirds of local policing cut; getting rid of the specialist drug team; Chief Constable, Andy Marsh; police use of facial recognition software; there is 'nothing to do for young people'; magic money tree and government cuts of 40% in local government and youth provision funding down 90%; Temple Island development, YTL and the 17,000 seat arena; Temple Island; badly-redacted PDF of Temple Island; L&G invested £250,000,000 in Temple Quarter for 525 buy to rent homes; HMRC at 3, Glass Wharf; Bristol only core city that's a net contributor to the exchequer; no affordable housing Finzel's Reach; Bristol General Hospital; developers dictate what is and is nt affordable; developers want 20-25% profit margins; 30-40% social housing is what’s needed; Metrobus doesn't come to Easton; Metrobus is the beginning of more public transport; doesn't go to Temple Meads;

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Afzal Shah (Lab), Tim Kent (Lib Dem)  00:58:00  56Kbps mp3
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