The families of two men who died after contracting coronavirus at Kent’s biggest hospital have reacted to the A&E department being rated inadequate.
We told you yesterday how inspectors had raised concerns about patients being left for too long in ambulances and care not being escalated quickly enough when necessary.
They were also worried about infection control.
Amanda Baker’s father and Samantha Tucker’s husband died at the hospital last November – they have spoken out.
Also in today’s podcast, as a man and woman start life sentences for murdering a homeless man in Dover, hear from the officer who led the investigation.
A box of keepsakes that belonged to Charles Darwin’s children is going to be going on display at his home in Kent.
And, we look ahead to Gillingham’s trip to Fratton Park to take on Portsmouth this weekend.