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Podcast: Hersden dad who stabbed daughter while having psychotic delusions sues NHS

A dad who repeatedly stabbed his daughter while experiencing a psychotic episode is suing the NHS for more than £1 million.
Marc Traylor attacked his then 16-year-old daughter at their home in Hersden near Canterbury in 2015 and was only stopped when he was shot by police.
Find out why he’s taking legal action.
Also in today’s podcast, candles will be lit tonight in memory of a man who went missing last August. The body of Dan Venes has been found in France.
Ministers have been defending their decision to list Plan B Covid restrictions in England.
We hear from our resident GP from Strood, Dr Julian Spinks.
And as Kent artists Tracey Emin asks for a piece of her work to be removed from Downing Street, shoppers in Rochester have been telling us if they think Boris Johnson should resign as Prime Minister over lockdown-breaking parties.
A new inquiry’s looking into the supply chain of goods between Kent and the EU.
Members of the transport committee have visited the Port of Dover and we’ve caught up with the chief executive there.
A Maidstone couple, who won a million pounds on the lottery have revealed how it’s made a massive difference to their severely disabled daughter’s life.
Adam and Amy Pryor picked up the win on the EuroMillions in August 2017 and have now got an assistance dog for five-year-old Charlotte.
Find out which park in Kent will be hosting a series of concerts this summer.
And, it’s disappointment for Emma Raducanu at the Australian Open while the fixtures are out for Kent’s cricketers.