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Maidstone teacher who lost fingers and legs to meningitis and sepsis inspired by students to return to classroom

We've been catching up with a teacher who spent more than a month in a coma after contracting meningitis and sepsis.

Greg Keating initially thought he had flu when he became ill in January last year but ended up having both of his legs and nine of his fingers amputated.

Also in today's episode, figures reveal the areas in Kent with some of the highest smoking rates in Britain, and a new exhibition aims to challenge perceptions of homelessness.

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