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Life-saving homeless shelter on converted bus in Sittingbourne forced to close

A man who converted a bus so homeless people had shelter at night has been told it's got to close.

The single-decker vehicle has been parked on Crown Quay Lane for the past two years, but staff at the council now say they're worried about the lack of toilets and plans for people's safety.

Also in today's episode, there are concerns for children's mental health support after changes to the NHS, footballers could be sent to a sin bin if they abuse the referee, and we look ahead to Gillingham's first home game of the season.

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