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Podcast: Driver taken to hospital after bus crashes into houses in Tunbridge Wells

A driver has been taken to hospital after a bus crashed into houses in Tunbridge Wells.

Emergency crews were called to Greggs Wood Road at about 8pm yesterday.

Hear from our reporter Sean McPolin who’s spoken to a neighbour who heard it happen.

Also in today’s podcast, P&O Ferries have been given until 5pm to explain why 800 workers were sacked without notice.

Hear from some of Kent’s MPs who’ve been debating the issue in the Commons.

A Sittingbourne woman has spoken about the moment her step-son pretended to be asleep as a burglar stood at his bedroom door.

Their home was targeted by so-called creeper burglars who took keys and stole the family’s car.

Businesses on one of Kent’s high streets have signed up to be safe spaces to help women and girls feel safer.

Anyone who’s been a victim of a crime, or is feeling uneasy or lost can go there to be looked after until experts are called if necessary.

Hear from Kent’s police and crime commissioner who bid for funding so it could happen.

And, find out which Olympic star will be getting an honorary degree from the University of Kent at a ceremony this evening.