Podcast: Anger over plans to build 300 homes next to Howletts Wild Animal Park near Canterbury

There is anger over plans to build 300 homes on farmland next to Howletts Wild Animal near Canterbury.

The proposals have been unveiled just two years after a much smaller scheme was rejected and residents are not happy.

Also in today’s episode, we have an update as Kent continues to deal with the aftermath of Storm Ciaran.

Flood alerts are still in force and there are delays due to Operation Brock on the M20 as lorries queue to cross the Channel.

Security minister and Tonbridge & Malling MP Tom Tugendhat says the government is working tirelessly to get British citizens out of Gaza.

Palestinian authorities say 92 UK nationals will be allowed to cross into Egypt today.

Firefighters have been giving advice to anyone who is planning to cut costs by putting on their own fireworks at home this year.

We also have a roundup of Bonfire Night events and other activities happening across Kent this weekend.

And in football, it is our first time hearing from the new Gillingham manager Stephen Clemence.

He is getting ready for his first game in charge as the Gills travel to take on Hereford in the FA Cup.