The Home Office insists steps are being taken to improve conditions at an overcrowded asylum processing centre in Thanet.
We’re told there is now extra bedding and better medical facilities at the site in Manston – and more than 1,000 people have been moved out.
But, it has been confirmed two groups of men were left stranded in London after leaving the site.
Hear from the policing minister and the leader of Kent County Council which has written an open letter to the home secretary saying the county is at breaking point.
Also in today’s podcast, a couple have been left living in a car after being evicted from their home.
The landlord issued a Section 21 notice which is also known as a no fault eviction. Friday Quick has been speaking to our reporter Alex Langridge.
A Maidstone man is calling on OFGEM to change their price cap in the face of skyrocketing energy prices.
Richard Winstone is the director of a financial advice website and has started a petition calling for the government regulator to change how bills are calculated.
A Kent MP says the UK’s space industry is missing out on reaching its full potential, because of an ‘uncertain and disjointed’ approach by the government.
Hear from Greg Clark who chairs the Commons Science and Technology Committee.
Our features writer Sam Lawrie has a guide to events going on this weekend.
In sport, Gillingham take a break from the league as they travel to take on AFC Fylde in the FA Cup.
Plus, we’ve been catching up with the chairman of Chatham Town after he secured the future of Gillingham women.
They will play Oxford United this weekend.