Podcast: Concerns over number of dog attacks in Kent this summer leads police to remind pet owners of the law

The number of dog attacks in Kent so far this summer has led to police reminding owners about the law.

Figures seen by the KentOnline Podcast show there were more than 120 cases reported in May. Hear from a dog behaviourist from the county who’s been reacting to the data.

Also in today’s podcast, the issue of sending asylum seekers who cross the Channel to Kent to Rwanda is back on the agenda today.

A group of MPs is urging the government to abandon plans to detain or remove children, pregnant women or others who’re vulnerable.

There could be a big shake-up of the political set-up in Kent, which could see the county get its first elected Mayor.

It’s something known as devolution, and would see authorities join forces to have more power over things like transport budgets, roads and public health. Our political editor Paul Francis explains more.

The man in charge of the trains in Kent says he’s looking forward to welcoming passengers to Kent’s newest station.

Thanet Parkway has cost more than £35 million to build and will open at the end of July.

And, the boss of a new bar in Deal insists it’ll bring a ‘bit of life’ back to the high street – but insists it won’t become a rowdy pub.

Acordo Lounge will replace what used to be clothing store M&Co.