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Podcast: Canterbury police officer could lose job after attacking ex-partner’s friend

A Canterbury police officer could lose his job after video emerged of the moment he attacked his ex-partner’s friend.
Hear the moment PC Robbie Egan confronted the pair after she returned his belongings.
The 30-year-old admitted assault and has been suspended by the force until court proceedings have ended.
It’s been revealed an ambulance that crashed into the back of a cement lorry on the A21, killing a young paramedic, had taken a slip lane into a lay-by rather than the next junction.
The vehicle was heading to an emergency at the time.
Alice Clark died at the scene while the driver was taken to hospital life threatening injuries.
A leading education expert in Kent has supported parents concerns that not enough school places have been created within a huge new housing development.
Earlier this month we told you how mums and dads moving to Ebbsfleet Garden City were struggling to get their children into the two new primary schools there.
Peter Read has described the issue as a ‘crisis’.
People living on a mobile home site in Medway fear new security measures will leave some people unable to collect parcels or welcome visitors.
The owners of Island Park in Hoo say staff can no longer keep opening the gate to an increasing number of deliveries. But some residents aren’t happy.
In sport, Gillingham are off the bottom of the league one table after it ended 0-0 against Shrewsbury Town last night.
We caught up with caretaker manager Steve Lovell after the match.