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Podcast: Teenage drug-driver from Herne Hill near Faversham locked up after leaving three passengers injured in a crash

A drug-driver from Faversham who left three people injured in a crash has been locked up and given a driving ban.

Jacob Luton repeatedly drove past his former partner while shouting abuse out of the window of the car in February last year.

The 19-year-old from Herne Hill lost control of the vehicle which hit a tree before flipping over.

Also in today’s podcast, as a Russian ceasefire begins in Ukraine, we’ve been speaking to a Sittingbourne man who’s delivering aid near the frontline.

Brian Grove has spent the last few days taking medical supplies and generators to villages that are being attacked.

A stretch of the M20 is going to be closed overnight so Operation Brock can be deactivated.

It was put in place over Christmas and New Year to reduce disruption if there were delays crossing the Channel.

It’s feared more parents will book cheaper holidays during term time this year because of the cost of living crisis.

It’s thought more than a quarter in the south east will be prepared to pay the fine for taking their child out of school – because it’ll still work out less expensive. We’ve been speaking to Kent based company Holiday Extras.

Find out where in Kent has been named one of the best places in the UK for a romantic getaway.

And in sport, we look ahead to Gillingham’s huge game in the FA Cup this weekend.

They welcome premier league side Leicester City to Priestfield tomorrow.