Published: 13:01, 23 January 2020
| Updated: 12:17, 27 January 2020
An investigation into East Kent Hospitals Trust has concluded the deaths of at least seven babies since 2016 might not have happened if standards had been higher.
Bosses have already apologised admitting standards "fell short" - and say they're reviewing their service with some of England’s leading maternity experts to make rapid improvements.
Also in today's episode: a doctor is urging us not to panic too much about a deadly virus in China, a car dealership has been targeted by thieves for a third time, and a former striker has told us what it's like to play under Gillingham manager Steve Evans.
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