Podcast: Calls to stop yoyo selling of ‘wonky’ house on Victoria Road in Broadstairs that suffered subsidence after a sinkhole opened up 13 years ago

People living in a cul-de-sac in Broadstairs where a sinkhole opened up in 2009 are urging authorities to do something about the yo-yo selling of one of the homes there.

Properties in Victoria Road were evacuated just before Christmas 13 years ago after a burst water main caused damage to the foundations.

Number 58 remains subject to a dangerous structure notice but is up for auction again with a guide price of £90,000. We’ve been speaking to a resident of the road who recalls the time their home was evacuated.

Also in today’s podcast, Rishi Sunak’s expected to use a gathering of European leaders to urge cross-continental co-operation to tackle small boats crossing the Channel.

The Prime Minister’s attending a meeting in Moldova today.

A domestic abuse survivor from Kent has been telling the podcast why she’s created an app to help other victims to record and store evidence for police.

Emma Davey suffered regular physical attacks during a 6-year relationship with a man who ended up being sent to prison.

As Pride month gets under way, we’ve been speaking to one of the organisers of the biggest event in Kent.

Pride Canterbury happens in just under two weeks time and will be staged over two days for the first time this year.

And in sport, Kent’s Alessia Russo and Laura Coombs have both been named in the England side for the women’s world cup this summer.

Hear from manager Serina Weigman who has confirmed her squad of 23.