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Canterbury election candidates facing questions at hustings event

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The candidates hoping to be elected in one of the most marginal seats in Kent will be coming under the spotlight this evening.

A special hustings event is taking place in Canterbury where Labour's Rosie Duffield is taking on Anna Firth of the Conservatives, Claire Malcomson who represents the Lib Dems and Independent Michael Gould.

Also in today's episode: it's hoped taking a virtual trip to the moon will help us realise what it's like to be a refugee and there was a shock twist when the winner of the Turner Prize was announced in Margate last night.

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