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Podcast: Customer’s post about size of pizza from Westgate Pizza goes viral

The KentOnline Podcast has been told people are missing medical appointments because they simply can’t afford the petrol to get there.
Prices at the forecourts have reached another record high – and there’s a warning it’ll get even worse within days.
Hear from Kent campaigner Howard Cox from FairFuelUK.
Also in today’s episode, Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner is accusing the Met of trying to “poach” the county’s best officers.
As part of a major recruitment drive, the London force is offering new officers a £5,000 incentive to join them.
We’ve spoken to Matthew Scott and got a response from the Met.
Meantime, more than 1 in 10 police officers are struggling to make ends meet, according to the results of a survey seen by the KentOnline Podcast.
130,000 members of the police federation were invited to take part at the end of last year – before the cost of living crisis really took hold.
Laoise Gallagher has been speaking to the man who heads up the federation in the county.
Ahead of the long jubilee weekend, we’ve been speaking to the Queen’s representative in Kent.
Lady Bella Colgrain is the Lord Lieutenant and carries out duties on her majesty’s behalf.
She’ll be at a thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral which forms part of the national celebrations.
And, a takeaway in Canterbury has come under fire after a customer complained over the size of their pizza.
The disgruntled customer ordered a 12 inch pizza, but whipped out the tape measure when it arrived – Joe Wright has the full story.