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Podcast: Convicted murderer from Albania among asylum seekers held at overcrowded Manston processing facility

The home secretary has been visiting Dover as she faces increased pressure to get a grip of the asylum situation.

Suella Braverman’s also being urged to do something about conditions at a processing facility in Thanet.

It comes as it’s revealed a convicted murderer from Albania was among those sent to the overcrowded Manston site.

Also in today’s podcast, a man in prison for killing two women in Tunbridge Wells in the 80s has admitted further offences.

The parents of a man accused of killing a father and daughter when a car ploughed into a family in Ramsgate have been charged with hiding evidence.

The collision happened in Leopold Street in August.

A mum from Deal’s told the KentOnline Podcast that an attack on her 10 year-old son has left him not wanting to go out.

Jacquie says he was set upon by a group of older children, leaving him with injuries to his back, legs and hands.

There’s a risk of thunderstorms overnight along the Kent coast after torrential downpours earlier caused flooding across the county.

The boss of the National Fruit Show, which is underway at the Kent County Showground, is asking supermarkets to buy British instead of packing their shelves with imported products.

Hear from executive chair of the event, Sarah Culcutt.

And, we’ve been hearing how resettled refugees that have started a new in life Kent have graduated from a ceremony in London…

The cohort, mostly from Afghanistan, Syria and Ukraine, have taken part in programmes run by the International Rescue Committee.