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Podcast: RNLI crew suffer abuse after rescuing asylum seekers attempting to cross the Channel to Kent

RNLI volunteers have been abused for rescuing asylum seekers from overcrowded dinghies.

The chief executive of the charity has spoken out saying it is the right thing to go to the aid of those attempting to cross the Channel to Kent.

Hear from two crew members who have been involved in rescues.

Also in today’s podcast, it’s hoped Operation Brock will be removed from the M20 by this weekend.

The contraflow was only installed just over a week ago, but MP Damian Green has told us it was never needed.

A club in Canterbury is being accused of ageism after refusing to let in a group of women wearing open-toe shoes – hear the exchange with a doorman.

We’re being encouraged to download the what3words app to help emergency services this year.

We’ve been speaking to a woman who was helped by a group of teenagers who were able to use it to guide rescue teams after she broke her pelvis.

And, coaches at Cheavon Clarke’s boxing club in Gravesend say they’re incredibly proud of him, despite his defeat at the Olympics.