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Men jailed for blowing up Co-op cash machine in Kennington near Ashford

Two men have been jailed for a total of 33 years after detonating explosives inside several cash machines, including one near Ashford.

The 27 and 30 year-olds were arrested trying to flee the country with thousands of pounds after targeting the ATM outside a co-op in Kennington in February.

Also in today's episode, Nigel Farage has held a Brexit Party rally in Maidstone, a World War two bomb has been detonated in Kings Hill, the work nominated for this year's Turner Prize has been unveiled in Ashford, a campaign's underway to save a 1,800-year-old painting near Dartford, and we look ahead to Gillingham's game against Oxford United this weekend.

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