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Podcast – Boot fair organiser puts anti-tank defences outside field to stop travellers breaking in

A man who runs a boot fair in Medway has put anti-tank defences outside the field, to stop travellers breaking in…

Mark Greenfield got worried after caravans were spotted in a nearby park.

He’s put big concrete blocks outside the gates in Upnor, and hired a security guard to sleep on the site in a tent.

Also in today’s episode, we’ve been getting reaction from charities and business leaders after the energy price cap announcement.

Average gas and electricity bills will go up to about £3,500 a year from October, and it’s feared it’ll push millions more families into poverty.

Our reporter has been out on the picket line as thousands of Royal Mail workers are out on strike.

They’re taking industrial action in a row over pay and changes to their conditions.

A Sheppey man has come under fire for dumping lorry-loads of soil over the cliffs near his home.

We’ve been finding out why residents are angry, and getting his side of the story.

Plus in football, it’s a long trip north for Gillingham this weekend, as they head to Carlisle United.

The Gills manager has been giving us his thoughts ahead of tomorrow’s match.