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Podcast: Police mistakes ‘probably‘ contributed to the deaths of Stephen Port‘s victims, inquest finds

An inquest jury has found that police mistakes ‘probably’ contributed to the deaths of serial killer Stephen Port’s victims.
Daniel Whitworth, 21, from Gravesend was among four men who were drugged and killed by Port between 2014 and 2015.
Hear from the solicitor representing the victim’s families, the barrister of Daniel Whitworth’s partner at the time of his death, and also a response from the Met Police.
Also in today’s podcast, The son of a former Vice Lord Lieutenant of Kent is at the centre of the Downing Street Christmas party scandal.
Ed Oldfield, who went to King’s School in Rochester, is the man who can be heard joking with Boris Johnson’s former press secretary in the video obtained by ITV News earlier this week.
It’s as Plan B restrictions start to come into force from today. Hear from a University of Kent virologist.
Residents in part of Medway say they’ll have to reconsider their futures if an industrial vineyard gets built.
The plans for private land off Upper Bush in Cuxton include a wine production facility, café, visitors’ centre, and a car park – her from residents and local parish councillors.
Former footballer Chris Kamara has been in Medway for the opening of a new activity centre based on the Ninja Warrior UK TV show.
It’s in the old Dickens World building at Chatham Dockside.
And, hear from midfielder Danny Lloyd ahead of Gillingham’s crunch game at Fleetwood Town this weekend.