Podcast: Student details released in major Medway school data breach

A secondary school has confirmed an email containing information about its students was “inadvertently” sent to parents.

The Leigh Academies Trust, which runs The Hundred of Hoo Academy, is investigating how the “mishap” happened.

Also in today’s podcast, jurors have returned a conclusion of misadventure at an inquest into the death of a little boy who choked on food at an Ashford nursery.

You can hear from his parents who say the case has shone a light on loopholes in the way nurseries are allowed to care for young children.

Former sports minister and Kent MP Tracey Crouch has expressed her disappointment a historic football governance bill won’t pass before parliament is dissolved.

The bill, which was hailed as “a historic moment for fans” by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, is now being ditched due to his calling of an early general election.

Kent’s most expensive flat has just sold for almost £2 million.

Experts say its shows how the demand for seaside properties in Kent shows no sign of slowing down. 

And, a dog owner has apologised after her pet stole more than 100 tennis balls from a park in Rochester.

Buddy the Jack Russell developed his obsession after being neutered as a puppy.