Podcast: Dartford council leader says decision by Eurostar not to call at Ebbsfleet and Ashford International Stations is a national disgrace

The leader of Dover District Council has called a decision by Eurostar not to call at Ebbsfleet and Ashford International Stations a ‘national disgrace’.

Hear from Jeremy Kite who has been speaking to our political editor Paul Francis.

Also in today’s podcast, there’s a thunderstorm and wind warning in force for Kent as the summer washout continues.

We’ve been speaking to the organiser of a large event in Broadstairs that has been postponed because of the bad weather.

Anton Du Beke’s revealed he spent three days in hospital after being stabbed in the stomach and leg by his dad at their family home in Kent when he was younger.

The Strictly judge, who lived on a council estate in Sevenoaks, has spoken out about his father’s “alcoholism and violence”.

Two men have been arrested after a woman was found dead in a car park in Gravesend.

Emergency crews were called to Bath Street at half five this morning.

Conservative county councillors in Kent have been told to keep quiet or resign, after it was revealed there had been a leadership challenge.

We told you in yesterday’s episode how a back bencher had claimed to have enough support to stand against Roger Gough.

Tiny bits of meteorites have been discovered on the roof of Canterbury Cathedral.

Scientists from the Uni of Kent hope what they found will go someway to unlocking the secrets of the solar system. They have been speaking to Chris Britcher.

And, Alessia Russo’s former coach expects her to go on and score more goals for England at the World Cup.

The striker from Maidstone got the first in their 6-1 win over China yesterday to go through to the knockout stages.