Podcast: Family of Herne Bay dad who took his own life on railway line criticise police for giving him a train ticket

The family of a Herne Bay man who was taken into custody after being pulled from a railway line have criticised police who gave him a train ticket after he was released.

Daniel Little went on to take his own life – now, his loved ones have issued a statement following an inquest.

Also on today’s podcast, we’ve got reaction to a ruling by the Supreme Court that the government’s Rwanda policy is unlawful.

Hear from the Dover based charity Care4Calais.

Pharmaceutical company Pfizer has been accused of sacrificing hard-working people after announcing plans for 500 job losses in Kent.

Staff at the Discovery Park in Sandwich are set to be made redundant as bosses look to save money. We’ve been speaking to the deputy leader of Dover District Council.

Footage has emerged of a man racially abusing and threatening a woman at Folkestone railway station.

A Southeastern employee had to step in following the incident on Armistice Day.

Medway Council bosses say they’re working hard to balance the books and have reduced their overspend to £12 million – that’s £5 million less than expected.

They will still have to make cuts to services to save money by February so they meet their budget. Hear from the council leader.

And in sport, Cray Valley are taking on Charlton Athletic in their FA Cup first round replay later.

The winner will take on Gillingham at Priestfield.