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Podcast: Climate protests and roadworks cause traffic misery for Kent drivers

There’s been traffic misery for thousands of drivers in Kent today.

Climate protestors caused lengthy delays on parts of the M25 after blocking slip roads by sitting on the carriageway and holding up banners.

In Medway, six months of roadworks have started leading to some companies fearing customers will stay away.

And new rules have been brought in in Faversham as major work to install traffic lights continues.

Also in today’s podcast, we’re being given the chance to take part in the world’s largest trial of a new blood test that could detect more than 50 types of cancer before symptoms appear.

With more of us heading back into offices, a workplace psychologist from Kent says younger people in particular may need more time to re-adjust.

In sport, the boss of the Lawn Tennis Association says Emma Raducanu’s historic US Open victory is a huge boost for the sport in the UK.

The 18 year-old from Bromley became the first qualifier to win a Grand Slam on Saturday night.

And we caught up with Gillingham’s assistant manager following their 1-1 draw at Burton Albion at the weekend – hear what he had to say about the game.