A Kent hospital trust has pleaded guilty to the unsafe care and treatment of a baby who died at just seven days old.
In the first case of its kind in the UK, East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust was taken to court by the Care Quality Commission following the death of Harry Richford in 2017.
An inquest last year heard about a catalogue of failures by staff at the QEQM hospital in Margate.
Today, Harry’s parents have welcomed the plea and given their reaction.
Also in the podcast – a Kent student is leading a call for women with endometriosis to be able to have their eggs frozen on the NHS.
Find out why computer game technology is being used to engage some students in the county.
And, Gillingham reporter Luke Cawdell chats about the European Super League and the reaction it’s had in the county.