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Podcast: Men locked up following machete attack in Dartford

Two men who forced their way into a Dartford home and carried out a violent knife attack have been locked up.
A man was left with life-threatening injuries after being repeatedly stabbed at his home on Farnol Road last November.

Trouble broke out in court following the sentencing – hear from our reporter Paul Hooper who was there.
Also in today’s podcast, ambitious plans have been revealed to try and stop Chatham Docks from being turned into housing.
Developers want to build more than 3,600 properties on the site in Medway – but local MP Kelly Tolhurst is among those campaigning to keep it open.
Hear from her and the chief executive of one of the companies based there.
We’re also joined on the episode by our business editor who has been looking at the state of the jobs market in Kent.
He’s been speaking to the boss of Faversham based brewer Shepherd Name as companies across the board struggle to recruit.
We’ve been speaking to the 19-year-old from Gravesend who is building his home town in Minecraft.
Find out why George Walker has taken on the epic challenge.
In sport, Kent’s Emma Raducanu is out of Wimbledon but denies the pressure got to her.
And some of the batonbearers running through Gravesend ahead of the Commonwealth Games have been revealed.