Podcast: Mum vows to fight for justice after daughter’s hospital death

A grieving mum says she’ll keep fighting for justice after blaming her daughters death on a Kent hospital.

Six-year-old Maya Siek died at the QEQM in Margate last December when her heart suddenly stopped beating.

Also in today’s episode, Rishi Sunak is under pressure to keep his promise to “stop the boats” following the deaths of six asylum seekers in the Channel.

Around 60 others were rescued when the vessel sank off the coast of France on Saturday.

A grandmother is angry about having to lose a cupboard in her kitchen to fit a water meter.

Thames Water is rolling out its compulsory smart metering programme across Swanscombe and Dartford.

A Kent theme park plans to build on its success as a music venue by hosting extra concerts next year.

27 acts are performing at Dreamland in Margate this summer – including Olly Murs, McFly and Tom Jones.

And in football, the Gillingham boss has a message for fans after the club set a new record for season ticket sales.

Neil Harris has also been giving us his thoughts on Saturday’s 1-0 victory over Accrington Stanley in League 2.