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Podcast: BrewDog set to open first Kent bar in Canterbury later this year

A leading expert fears fuel prices could reach £2 per litre by next month.

Howard Cox is calling on the Chancellor to take action as filling up our tanks gets increasingly expensive.

Hear from the founder of Fair Fuel UK.

We’ve also been speaking to a taxi driver who says their profession is starting to become unprofitable.

Also in today’s podcast, we’ve been speaking to some of the incredible volunteers from Kent who have been taking aid to those fleeing Ukraine.

As the conflict in the country continues following the invasion by Russia, hear from Kevin Tremain from Maidstone who managed to drive 10 refugees to safety and Vilius Domarkas who drove aid donated by people in Dartford to the border with Poland.

BrewDog looks set to open it’s first Kent bar.

It’s thought they’re eyeing up a venue at the new £115 million Riverside complex in Canterbury.

Hear from our business editor Chris Britcher on the growth of the company and recent controversy.

And in sport, the Gillingham manager is in the running for February’s manager-of-the-month award.

Find out who makes the shortlist alongside Neil Harris.