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Podcast: The European Super League and what it could mean for Kent clubs as the fallout continues

There’s more reaction in Kent today to the idea of a European Super League.

Kent MP Tracey Crouch has been drafted in to carry out a football review after the plans angered many clubs and fans.

The Prime Minister has even stepped in today saying he could change the law to block it.

We hear from the manager of non-league Chatham Town and former chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee, Folkestone’s Damian Collins.

Also in today’s podcast – a lorry driver reacts to news that Operation Brock and its 50mph limit on the M20 is going.

Is the International Baccalaureate better than A levels? We speak to the headteacher of Rochester Grammar, students and someone who did it as a survey finds the majority of year 10 – 13s think the current exam system is outdated.

Find out where in Kent could become home to one of Europe’s fastest rollercoasters.

And, we look ahead to Gillingham’s game against Peterborough United in league one.