Podcast: ULEZ expansion set to go ahead after councils lose High Court challenge

The High Court’s ruled an expansion to London’s ultra-low emission zone up to the Kent border can go ahead.

Five Conservative-run councils had launched legal action over the plans, which will force drivers of older more polluting vehicles to pay to go into areas like Bexley and Bromley.

Also in today’s episode, an Aylesford family say they’re still looking for answers following the death of their one-month old baby.

Olive Devall suffered a cardiac arrest after being born eight weeks early.

The government is reportedly planning to house up to 2,000 asylum seekers in tents at disused military sites.

It’s understood the Home Secretary has ordered the marquees, but charities say it’s not suitable accommodation for people who’ve fled war and torture.

A young woman who suffered severe injuries after falling from a roof in Ramsgate has defied odds and is recovering better than predicted.

23-year-old Nikita Davis fell four stories from a building at Arklow Square last August

And,  the Gillingham manager has been discussing the signing of striker Ashley Nadeson, who’s moving from Crawley Town.

It’s the final week of pre-season training before their first league two game against Stockport County.