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Podcast: Calls for more police patrols in Canterbury’s Dane John Gardens at night

There are calls for more police to patrol a city centre park in Canterbury at night.
Dane John Gardens has been the seen of anti-social behaviour and a number of serious crimes over the past decade and people living nearby are becoming increasingly concerned.
Hear from councillor Nick Eden-Green who regularly has to walk through the park in the evening – we’ve also had a response from police.
Also in today’s podcast, five drug dealers who were involved in the supply of cocaine across Kent have been jailed for a total of more than 50 years.
The men were part of an organised network of criminals who bought and sold Class A drugs while using an encrypted phone platform called ‘EncroChat’.
There’s growing concern in Downing Street that Sue Gray’s investigation into lockdown parties at Number Ten has uncovered damaging evidence.
Hear from our political editor Paul Francis.
Figures seen by the KentOnline Podcast show there’s been a big increase in the number of people buying electric cars in Kent.
Almost 10,000 Ultra Low Emissions Vehicles were registered in the county between July and September last year – we’ve been speaking to EVision in Rochester.
Caretaker Gillingham boss Steve Lovell shares his thoughts ahead of this weekend’s match against promotion chasing Wigan Athletic in league one.
And, para-skier Millie Knight has been chatting after claiming gold at the World Championships.