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Podcast: Online petition calls for review of late-night licences in ’lawless’ Ramsgate

There are calls for more to be done to stop violence breaking out in Ramsgate late at night.
Some people living there say the town becomes ‘lawless’ after dark and urgent measures are needed to bring things back under control.
More than 100 people have signed an online petition. We’ve been speaking about it to Philip Thorley from Thorley Taverns which has venues in the town.
Also in today’s podcast, Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden is backing Kent’s Tom Tugendhat as a future Prime Minister.
The Tonbridge and Malling MP says he would stand in a leadership contest if Boris Johnson is forced out over the Downing Street lockdown party scandal.
It comes as Mr Johnson and his team go through the Sue Gray report after it was delivered to Number 10 earlier today.
The KentOnline Podcast has been told how the ‘no jab, no job’ policy has left the social care sector struggling to cope.
It’s been more than two months since the rules were brought in for people who work in care homes.
We have reaction from Nadra Ahmed who’s chair of the Medway-based National Care Association.
The boss of a Kent shellfish operator says people have lost ‘all faith’ in local produce.
Graham West, who runs West Whelks in Whitstable, believes a number of sewage leaks into the sea by Southern Water could lead to someone being poisoned by local seafood.
In sport, Gillingham have named their new manager.
Neil Harris takes over at Priestfield following the departure of Steve Evans three weeks ago – reporter Luke Cawdell has the very latest.