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Podcast: Tyson Fury pays tribute to men killed in Headcorn crash while travelling to watch his fight

Tyson Fury has paid tribute to four men who died in a crash near Headcorn.

They’d been travelling to watch the boxer’s fight against Deontay Wilder on TV when the vehicle they were in hit a tree.

A 15-year-old boy remains in a London hospital after being seriously injured.

Also in today’s podcast, the Archbishop of Canterbury has led a memorial service to MP Sir David Amess who was killed while holding a surgery in his constituency last Friday.

Fellow MPs have also been paying tribute in the commons.

The chairman of Gillingham Football Club has threatened to ban some fans from the ground after trouble at Saturday’s game against Sunderland.

A group of supporters were heard shouting ‘Scally Out’ at Priestfield and an arrest was made following a scuffle in the club’s Factory bar at half time.

Hear from Paul Scally and our reporter Luke Cawdell who was at the game.

Find out about the Kent village that could more than double in size if building work is given the go ahead.

It’s hoped the opening of a new community café in Folkestone will help young adult with learning difficulties to develop the skills they need for work.

And we look ahead to Gillingham’s game tonight as they welcome Doncaster Rovers.