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Podcast: Insulate Britain campaigners jailed for breaching injunction aimed a stopping them protesting on the M25

A group of Insulate Britain campaigners have been jailed for breaching an injunction aimed at stopping them protesting on the M25.

You may remember there was disruption on the motorway in Kent as they sat on the carriageway and even glued themselves to the tarmac.

Now, nine of them have been locked up for between three and six months.

Hear a letter that was read on their behalf outside court.

Also in today’s podcast, a documentary is going to be on TV tonight about the murder of a young woman in Medway.

Molly McLaren was attacked by her stalker ex-boyfriend.

Social Media Murders is on ITV2 from 9 or via the ITV Hub.

Find out why your weekly food shop could be more expensive as figures reveal the rate of inflation has reached a near 10 year high.

Almost 9 in 10 shop workers have been verbally abused in the past year according to the results of a survey seen by the KentOnline Podcast.

Trade union Usdaw has released the details as they call for more to be done to protect staff.

Canterbury’s MP says she fears residents haven’t been listened to and is sad the city will be losing its street market.

Rosie Duffield has been chatting to our Local Democracy Reporter Jordan Ifield.

And, there’s reaction from the Gillingham manager following their defeat to Cheltenham Town in last night’s FA Cup first round replay.