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Podcast: Shops selling illegal vapes on one of Kent’s busiest high streets exposed by investigation

An investigation has found illegal vapes being sold on one of Kent’s busiest high streets.

One of our reporters went undercover and discovered five retailers in Canterbury city centre selling the disposable vapes for between £15 and £20.

Even though they’re banned in this country – some stores were openly displaying them in their windows.

After just 44 days in the job, Liz Truss has resigned as Prime Minister – making her premiership the shortest in British History.

A new leader of the Conservative Party is set to be decided within the next week, but Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP want a general election.

Our political editor talks us through how we got here and what’s set to happen next.

The head of East Kent Hospitals Trust has admitted more needs to be done to improve maternity care, after a damning report into baby deaths.

An inquiry’s found at least 45 newborns might have survived if they had been looked after better at the QEQM in Margate and Ashford’s William Harvey.

Hear the government’s response to the findings of the Kirkup Review.

Also today, the KentOnline Podcast’s been told how a Maidstone man saved his dad’s life by performing CPR.

Colin Harley had collapsed in his garage, and was found by his wife who decided to ring their son Steve before 999.

He’s been chatting to our reporter about what happened.

And, we’ve got some more Tom Cruise news.

The Hollywood A-lister’s been back in Kent for a second day.