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KentOnline Podcast: New-build homes at Chilmington Green in Ashford suffer severe damage in Storm Eunice

Homeowners on a new-build estate in Ashford say they regret moving there after tiles and cladding were ripped off during Storm Eunice.

Strong winds hit the county last Friday leaving a number of properties at Chilmington Green damaged.

We've spoken to the owner of one property who says they shouldn't have been so badly affected as they're less than two years old.

Also in today's podcast, the Prime Minister has addressed the nation after Russian forces invaded eastern Ukraine.

Kent's MP have also been reacting - hear from South Thanet's Craig Mackinlay.

We've got an update on a story about changes to school transport for thousands of children in Kent with disabilities and special educational needs.

They've been introduced following a shake-up of the system by the county council.

For some, it means they're now picked up by different drivers - and many haven't been able to cope with the changes.

We've been speaking to a mum from Swanscombe.

There's reaction to all Covid restrictions in England being scrapped today.

And, find out where in Kent the 2024 Subbuteo World Cup is going to be held.

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