BCfm’s weekly politics show presented by Tony Gosling
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First hour: Discussion of the week’s news including Obama’s visit to Britain, former Serbian military leader Ratco Mladic’s arrest will Britain lose its credit rating because of the present political leadership’s economic illiteracy? and Facebook trying to recruit under 13 year olds with the new LibDem councillor for Clifton East Christian Martin.
Second hour: Bristol commemorates National Day For Innocent Child Victims of Aggression because in modern warfare we are seeing up to 80% civilian casualties discussion with local author of book on Iraq’s depleted uranium contamination effects Joanne Baker. Examination of the standoff between China and the US over Pakistan. Examination of Avon & Somerset’s present Chief Constable Colin Port’s cover-up of collusion between Loyalist terrorists and the security forces in the 1999 assassination of Catholic lawyer Rosemary Nelson. Special report on Rosemary Nelson’s killing by former Paratroop Regiment soldier Richard Cowley who served a tour of duty in Northern Ireland during the troubles. Was the Loyalist terror campaign being directed by the British army in the Royal Ulster Constabulary? What does the alleged letter say from US freemason Albert Pike to European freemason Guisseppi Mazzini on 15th August 1871 about three world wars that could be used to manipulate global politics on a massive scale?