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Podcast: Woman dies after falling from window in Ashford while smoking

A 5p cut in fuel duty has been announced by the Chancellor in his spring statement in a bid to help with the rising cost of living.
Rishi Sunak has announced a range of measures for households.
We have analysis from Dr Catherine Robinson from Kent Business School at the university of Kent, Howard Cox from Fair Fuel UK and My Kent Family editor Lauren Abbott.
Also in today’s podcast, the Prime Minister’s described the actions of P and O Ferries as callous – after it sacked nearly 800 workers in a pre-recorded video.
The company’s sailings between Dover and Calais remain suspended.
Boris Johnson says if the firm has gone against the rules then it might have to pay millions of pounds.
It’s two years since the first Covid national lockdown and we’ve returned to one Kent high street to see how things have changed.
Hear from a business owner who says the pandemic is no longer the problem.
A Medway man who fears going to sleep at night because of his epilepsy says people need to be more aware of the condition.
David Neale only suffers seizures when he’s asleep and has been speaking frankly about it to Jenni Horn.
And you can hear from Olympic sprinter Dina Asher-Smith who has been made an honorary doctor by the University of Kent.
The 26-year-old from Orpington has been recognised for her ‘exceptional and inspirational athletic career’.