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Ben Prater talks to Dale Heenan, who's in charge of planning for Swindon Borough Council, about the criticism for thousands of new homes in one of Wiltshire's main towns and hears from the people living on the edge of Swindon who are angry about proposals to triple the size of their village. Also the difficulties facing Army Families like many across Wiltshire are being discussed by politicians, hear what the Army Families Federation are going to tell them about the way children of service personnel should be educated. And 130 more job losses have been announced in Swindon, on top of hundreds more already this year, Amanda Franks from Frankly Recruitment tells us why she's also struggling for work in the town, despite what you might assume.

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2 hours, 30 minutes

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Wed 30 Jan 2013 06:30