Podcast: Herne Bay dad stages sit-in protest at McDonald’s in Chestfield after issues with UberEats delivery

A dad from Herne Bay has staged a protest at a McDonald’s after an issue with his UberEats delivery.

David Shepherd had bought £80 worth of food but some of his order was missing when it arrived. Hear the statement we have been sent by police.

Also in today’s podcast, measures have been put in place at the Port of Dover to try and avoid a repeat of last weekend’s delays.

Coach operators have been asked to spread journeys over the next three days in a bid to keep congestion to a minimum.

One man who lives near Dover has been explaining how delays at the port affect their day-to-day life.

Human rights organisations are criticising the use of a barge off the coast of Dorset to house around 500 refugees.

The Home Office says it’ll be ‘significantly cheaper’ than using hotels to accommodate people who’ve crossed the Channel to Kent in small boats.

A new campaign is under way aiming to support former service men and women in Kent for the next 100 years.

The RBLI already provide accommodation for 350 veterans and their families at their Centenary Village in Aylesford, but there are now plans to expand the site.

A teenager who went viral on TikTok after picking up a cobblestone near Canterbury Cathedral is now calling for it to be returned.

The girl who runs the account @ArorioArt says she took it as a joke for a video and put it straight back – but now it’s gone missing.

And in sport, it’s a busy Easter weekend for Gillingham as they play two games in four days.

First up, Doncaster Rovers are the visitors to Priestfield before the Gills travel to take on promotion hopefuls Northampton Town.