Podcast: Canterbury City Council won’t collect recycling if ‘contaminated waste’ is found in bins

There’s anger over changes to recycling rules that have come into force across Canterbury, Herne Bay and Whitstable.

Households have been warned blue and red-lidded recycling bins will not be collected if they’re “contaminated”.

Also in today’s podcast, Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda bill has passed its final hurdle in the Commons – despite some rebellion from his own Conservative backbenchers.

Former home secretary Suella Braverman and ex-immigration minister Robert Jenrick were among just 11 Tories who voted against it. The Prime Minister has been giving a news conference at Downing Street.

A Sheerness mum says her stillborn son would still be alive today if she’d been admitted to hospital sooner.

Kristina Pepper contacted Medway Maritime after experiencing unusual pregnancy symptoms but was told to “stop being silly”. Kristina and her partner Lee have been sharing their story and we have a response from the hospital.

A Tunbridge Wells couple are celebrating winning a quarter of a million pounds on a lottery scratch card.

Michelle Newton and John Simpson are planning to pay off their mortgage and do some house renovations.

And in sport, Gillingham have made their first signing of the January transfer window.

Remeao Hutton is joining from Swindon Town – he’s been speaking to the club’s media.