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Podcast: Residents’ anger over experimental closure of Wheatsheaf pub junction in Maidstone

It’s now 11 days since P&O Ferries sailings between Dover and Calais were suspended after they sacked almost 800 staff.

Today, two of the company’s rivals are having talks with minister amid concerns of chaos at ports over Easter.

Hear from our business editor Chris Britcher on how legislation is being used in a bid to force the company to rehire their workers.

Also in today’s podcast, a crunch meeting this week could decide if a project dubbed Kent’s answer to Disneyland will ever be built.

It’s 10 years since the idea of London Resort on the Swanscombe peninsula was first announced – we’ve been speaking to Dartford MP Gareth Johnson.

People living on an estate in Maidstone are angry about an experimental closure of a busy junction.

Cranborne Avenue on the Shepway estate, leads onto the A229 Loose Road but the route is being blocked to traffic – hear from residents.

A Kent woman has told the podcast she wishes new changes to divorce laws had happened earlier.

From next Wednesday, couples will be allowed to leave each other without forcing blame – meaning they can split more amicably.

‘Shelley’ says it would have made her divorce process a lot easier.

And, hear from the Gillingham boss and one of the weekend goalscorers following their 2-1 win over Accrington Stanley.

The result means the Gills are now four points clear of the league one relegation zone.