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Podcast: Man stabbed following crash in Herne Bay which left a vehicle on its roof

A man has been seriously injured after being stabbed following a crash in Herne Bay.
Hear from our reporter Jack Dyson who has been to the scene of the collision which left one vehicle on its roof.
Also in today’s podcast, P&O Ferries’ passenger sailings are resuming from Dover.
It’s more than six weeks since the company suddenly sacked almost 800 staff and replaced them with agency workers.
Our reporter Chris Britcher shares his thoughts on whether we’ll all be rushing to get back in board.
Following an 11 day break, hundreds of asylum seekers have arrived in Kent after crossing the Channel in small boats over the weekend.
Some could now be sent to Rwanda as part of a new deal agreed by the government – we have reaction.
A Medway woman says she’s putting her life at risk every time she goes out, because pavements in Rainham aren’t wheelchair friendly.
Sally Matthews needs an electric chair to get around but says she’s forced into the road.
A transgender activist from Medway has spoken out about the long waiting lists faced by people possibly wanting to change their gender.
Hear from Hilary Cooke who fears it’s leading to mental health problems.
And in sport, there was huge disappointment for Gillingham fans at the weekend as the club were relegated from league one.
Hear from manager Neil Harris who has apologised for their performances this season.