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Podcast: Former Maidstone schoolboy Jack Fenton killed after being struck by helicopter blade during holiday in Athens

A former Maidstone schoolboy has died after being struck by the blade of a helicopter during a holiday in Greece.
Jack Fenton, 22, is understood to have travelled back to Athens from Mykonos with friends when the tragedy happened.

Also in today’s podcast, people living in Dartford are calling for a re-think on plans to expand the Ultra-Low Emission Zone in London.
If given the go ahead, some residents would have to pay £12.50 to travel into neighbouring boroughs.
Hear what one local councillor has said – we’ve also got some of your comments left on Facebook.
We’re being urged to plan, ahead of a rail strike affecting services in Kent tomorrow – and only travel if it’s essential.
Members of the RMT union are walking out as part of an ongoing dispute around jobs, pay and working conditions.
We’ve got an update from Network Rail.
A leading tourism boss in Kent is calling for talks at the very highest level to sort out chronic travel problems in the county.
Thousands of holidaymakers were stuck in hours of queues on Friday and over the weekend as they tried to leave via the Port of Dover or Eurotunnel.
Hear from Deirdre Wells who is the chief executive of Visit Kent.
There’s good news for dozens of parks across Kent as they’re awarded Green Flags.
And in sport, we look ahead to England’s semi-final in the women’s Euros tonight.
Plus, Gillingham play their final pre-season friendly.