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KentOnline Podcast: Man criticises BP over electric car charging points

Today we've been talking about electric cars, and the struggle one Medway man has had charging his.

Teacher Lewis Fox says he keeps getting stranded as the BP points at his local supermarket are constantly out of order.

Also in this episode, an investigation is underway following a fatal stabbing in Dartford, and we hear from Kent County Council's Senior Highways Manager about disruption on the roads cause by issues at the Port of Dover and Eurotunnel in Folkestone.

There's a sad update on a search for a missing man from Sandwich, and a Dartford woman has been telling us about her experience with multiple sclerosis in the workplace.

Elsewhere a charity is launching bystander training workshops to tackle street harassment, and a Maidstone councillor has made a formal complaint after police with riot shields forced their way into her home by mistake.

Plus we've spoken to the architect behind a brand new skate park in Folkestone, which has opened just in time for the Easter holidays.

And in football, the Gillingham manager has been giving us his honest reaction to Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Sunderland.

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