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Podcast: Suspected Just Stop Oil campaigners arrested in Westerham as group stages a fourth day of action on the M25

Police have arrested five suspected Just Stop Oil campaigners in Kent.

They stopped a car in Westerham early this morning and seized climbing equipment and banners.

It comes as a fourth day of action by the climate group takes place on the M25.

It’s all happening while Cop27 continues in Egypt and the man in charge of the Kent Wildlife Trust is urging the government to take decisive action.

Hear from Evan Bowen-Jones who has been speaking to our reporter Jamie Long.

Also in today’s podcast, the mum of a little boy with special education news has reacted to a damning report on provision in Kent.

Yesterday we told you how Ofsted had criticised the county council.

Offensive graffiti, including Swastikas, has been spray painted over benches and shelters in a park near Maidstone.

Meantime, people living close to a nature reserve near Sittingbourne are calling for lights and cameras to be installed following claims it’s been used for lewd behaviour.

A Chatham couple say they’re devastated after being forced to move out of their flat due to severe water damage.

Beth has been describing the problem which she says started back in March after Storm Eunice.

You can also hear from the landlady of a popular pub near Sittingbourne who’s announced her retirement after nearly 30 years behind the bar.

And, reporter John Nurden has been catching up with the Wainscott teenager hoping to be the next Ed Sheeran.

Tyler Watts is learning music at home with his mum and dad – but has been out busking in a bid to make the big time.