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Caravan owners on Sheppey say they fear some people could be left homeless after suddenly being told they need to pay thousands of pounds.

Those with mobile homes over 10 years old at a number of sites are no longer going to be able to pay ground rent and water rates monthly.

Hear from our reporter John Nurden who's been following the story.

Also in today's podcast, are we heading for another national lockdown this winter?

The business secretary has spoken out after health bosses called for face masks to be mandatory again.

We've also been hearing how the music industry has been affected by Covid despite a recovery fund from the government.

Plain-clothes police officers will video call a uniformed colleague to confirm their identity when stopping a lone woman.

It follows the murder of Sarah Everard by then serving police officer, 48 year-old Wayne Couzens from Deal.

It's hoped a giant puppet of a child refugee that's going through Dover later can help challenge the stigma around asylum seekers.

Little Amal has been travelling through eight countries from the Syria-Turkey border since July.

And, the Gillingham boss has given us his views following their 1-0 win over Doncaster Rovers at Priestfield last night.

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