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Podcast: Jelly Beans nursery in Ashford investigated by Ofsted following the death of a child

A nursery in Ashford has been closed following the death of a child.
Ofsted has suspended the registration of Jelly Beans Day Nursery in the Kingsnorth part of town while an investigation is carried out.
Reporter Rhys Griffiths has the details on what we know so far.
Also in today’s podcast, you can hear details on what the Met Police are promising to do to improve women’s safety after one of their former officers was told he’ll never be released from prison.
Wayne Couzens from Deal was off duty when he made a false arrest of Sarah Everard as she walked home in London in March.
Her body was later found in woodland near Ashford after he’d raped and murdered her.
A mum from Margate has issued a stark warning about little magnet toys made popular by YouTube.
Elaine Hambly’s son ended up needing emergency surgery when he swallowed six of the tiny balls.
We have reaction to a new law which means it’s now illegal for under 18s to have botox or fillers.
It’s been introduced thanks to Sevenoaks MP Laura Trott.
October seems to be the month to get healthy so we’ve caught up with Strood GP Dr Julian Spinks to chat about Go Sober and Stoptober.
Plans have been unveiled for a new surfing attraction in Kent.
Developers want to build it at Betteshanger Country Park near Deal.
And we’ve been speaking to Gillingham’s Danny Lloyd ahead of their game against Wigan Athletic this weekend.