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Podcast: Police officer left with serious injuries after being hit by motorbike on the M25 near Swanley

A police officer has been left with serious injuries after being hit by a motorbike being driven the wrong way on the M25.
The collision happened near the Swanley junction yesterday afternoon.
Lucy has been reading some of the messages posted to the officer on social media as he receives treatment in a London hospital.
Also in today’s podcast, startling figures show how many households in Kent are struggling with fuel poverty.
Thanet is said to be the worst affected part of the county. We’ve been speaking to Alexander Rourke from the Thanet Iceberg Project who says the problem is so serious, some people have taken their own lives.
A Kent MP has been speaking about the current situation in Ukraine.
Both the UK and America have now withdrawn some people from embassies there, over fears Russia could be about to invade. Hear from Tonbridge and Malling’s Tom Tugendhat who is chair of the foreign affairs select committee.
A former Kent midwife has told the KentOnline Podcast that she had no choice but to leave the profession, after being dangerously overworked and massively under-appreciated.
She’s spoken out as new figures show that for every 30 midwives who train – 29 will end up leaving.
In sport, hear from Gillingham’s caretaker manager as they dropped to the bottom of league one following a 3-2 defeat to top of the table Wigan Athletic.
And, there have been more medals for Kent snowboarder James Barnes-Miller at the World Para Snow Sports Championships in Norway.