Published: 13:08, 29 August 2019
| Updated: 13:09, 29 August 2019
There's growing anger today over Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament in the run up to the Brexit deadline.
The Prime Minister insisted it's so he can set out his new programme for the government, and denies it's to block attempts to halt a no-deal departure.
Also in today's episode, researchers at the University of Kent say psychological treatment for sexual and violent offenders does work, a woman who used to sleep rough in Dover tells us why she's cycling to Glasgow and back, and we find out how the weather this summer has improved the quality of Kent's gin.
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