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Podcast: Insulate Britain protesters glue their hands to the M25 in Kent

For the second time in three days, protesters from Insulate Britain have caused major disruption on the M25.

They blocked the motorway at Dartford with some campaigners gluing their hands to the road.

We’ve been speaking to the group to find out how long they plan to continue their campaign of disruption – plus we have your views and hear from a mum who was delayed in getting her autistic son to school.

Also in today’s podcast, firefighters have been tackling a huge fire at a National Grid site near Ashford – hear from our reporter who’s been at the scene.

We’ve got reaction to the government’s plan announced yesterday to try and avoid another lockdown this winter.

A lawyer who managed to flee Kabul with his family before it fell to the Taliban has been speaking from the hotel in Canterbury where they’ve been staying.

It’s emerged £320,000 worth of tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers grown at Thanet Earth have gone to waste because they didn’t have enough pickers this harvest.

The issue has been raised in the Commons by MP Sir Roger Gale.

And find out why the Gillingham chairman’s family aren’t going to game.