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Podcast: Parents of George Low from Dartford continue their fight for justice after he was killed in Ayia Napa in 2016

Six years after a man from Dartford was murdered in Cyrpus, his parents are still fighting for justice.

George Low was stabbed while out with a friend in Ayia Napa in 2016.

Two men wanted in connection with his killing are believed to be in Turkey despite European arrest warrants and Interpol alerts in their names.

The 22-year-old’s mum and dad have been meeting government officials as they continue to call for action.

Also in today’s podcast, former sports minister and Chatham and Aylesford MP Tracey Crouch has called for Russia not to host the final of this year’s Champions League.

She’s asking UEFA to ‘urgently reconsider’ switching it to another venue.

As we near the end of Pride history month, the KentOnline Podcast has been told more work still needs to be done to make all in the LGBTQ+ community in Kent feel safe.

Chris Garner – who’s also known as Maidstone Drag Queen Madame MuMu – has been speaking about his own experiences.

The boss of a theatre company that’s running workshops in Kent is hoping British Sign language will soon be used more widely.

A bill, which could lead to a new law, reaches the committee stage in Parliament today.

And, the Gillingham boss has spoken following their 0-0 draw with AFC Wimbledon at Priestfield last night.

The result means they’re still five points from safety in league one.