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Podcast: Company behind plans for £2.5bn London Resort theme park on Swanscombe Peninsula calls in financial administrators

The company behind plans for a huge theme park in north Kent has called in financial administrators.

It’s 11 years since the idea of the London Resort development on the Swanscombe Peninsula was first suggested.

Now, London Resort Company Holdings have revealed they’ve appointed administrators after getting into £100 million of debt.

We’ve been getting reaction from BugLife which opposes the plan.

Also in today’s podcast, the home secretary has been visiting Rwanda to see where asylum seekers who cross the Channel to Kent in small boats could be sent.

Suella Braverman says she’s keen to push ahead with the plans despite objections from charities and human rights organisations.

More animals have been released into the wild near Canterbury as part of a plan to boost biodiversity.

Hear how cattle, ponies and pigs are now part of the Wilder Blean project.

A Sevenoaks man living with the same rare form of dementia as actor Bruce Willis says he intends to live life to the full.

Eamonn Dobbyn was diagnosed with FTD dementia four years ago and since then has been unable to work, lost the ability to read and write and has seen his mobility decrease.

He’s been telling reporter Keely Greenwood all about it.

There’s been more speculation over the weekend as to whether Bansky has been back in Kent.

He posted a video from an open mic session in Margate on his Instagram.

And, it was a defeat for Gillingham on Saturday.

We’ve got reaction from manager Neil Harris after they lost 2-0 to Walsall.