Podcast: Deal mum hits out at London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital after receiving an appointment letter for her dead son

A mum from Deal has hit out at a London hospital after receiving a letter booking her son in for an appointment – more than a year after he died.

Imogen Holliday was sent an email inviting three-year-old Raffy for a visit to Great Ormond Street exactly 14 months after he’d passed away there.

Also in today’s podcast, a leading Kent charity is calling on whoever forms the next government to ban so-called no-fault evictions.

It was part of the renters reform bill that was going through parliament before the election was called. We’ve been speaking to Canterbury based Porchlight.

A business owner in Rainham says a new red route along the high street is turning customers away.

The introduction of the double red lines along the A2 was meant to help enforce existing traffic restrictions and tackle congestion. Find out what one trader’s had to say and the response from the local council.

A Kent veteran who landed on the beaches of Normandy on D Day is returning there this week to mark the 80th anniversary.

Peter Smoothy from Herne Bay was one of 156,000 allied servicemen who took part in the invasion. He’ll travel to Normandy thanks to the Taxi Charity which is run by London black cab drivers. Hear from Micky Harris from Longfield who’s one of them.

And in sport, it was a mixed weekend for Kent after two games in the T20 Blast.

The Spitfires beat Middlesex away from home on Friday night, but lost to Hampshire Hawks yesterday.