A group of asylum seekers have won a High Court challenge over conditions at Folkestone’s Napier Barracks.
They took legal action against the Government, with their lawyers calling the camp ‘squalid’.
Public Health England had previously warned about conditions there. We have reaction from Kent Refugee Action Network and a statement from the Home Office.
Also in today’s podcast, Covid testing is being carried out in part of Maidstone after cases of the Indian variant were identified.
We hear from a group of inspirational women in Kent who’ve managed to grow their businesses despite the pandemic.
And Sussex cricketer Ollie Robinson, who was born in Kent and made his debut for England yesterday, has apologised for tweets he sent as a teenager.