The cost of a train ticket in Kent has gone up above inflation for the first time since 2014.
The price hike normally comes into force in January but was delayed because of the pandemic.
But some claim key workers will be hit the hardest. We've been speaking to We Own It which campaigns against privatisation of public services.
Also in today's podcast, we have analysis and advice for parents as 10 and 11 year-olds find out which secondary school they'll be going to in September.
A man who spent years on the streets and now works for Emmaus Dover has been telling his incredible story.