Podcast: Ramsgate couple forced to live in one room for two years after burst watermain destroyed bungalow’s foundations

A Ramsgate couple have spoken about being forced to live in one room for the past two years after a burst watermain destroyed the foundations of their home.

A sinkhole is thought to have led to the major leak under the pavement outside Marilyn and Michael Stapleton’s bungalow.

Hear from the pair – we’ve also got responses from the water company and insurers.

Also in today’s podcast, there’s advice for drivers if more snow falls in Kent this evening.

Lots of children have had a day off school after the north and west woke up to the white stuff this morning.

The home secretary’s insisting a new plan to deal with illegal immigration doesn’t break the law.

The proposals designed to try and stop small boats crossing the Channel to Kent was announced yesterday and has also been the subject of a clash in the commons at PMQs today.

It’s International Women’s Day and we’ve been speaking to some inspirational business women in Kent.

Hear from Becky Simms from Reflect Digital in Maidstone and Cheran Friedman who started her own bakery and now has three shops in Kent.

And in sport, it was a great point on the road for Gillingham last night.

Hear from manager Neil Harris after it finished 0-0 at promotion chasing Stockport County.