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Disney criticised again for not letting Kent parents put Spider-Man image on child's grave

By Lucy Hickmott

There's more criticism for Disney today after they turned down a request from a Kent family to use an image of Spider-Man on the gravestone of a four year-old boy...

More than 12-thousand people have now signed a petition calling on the film giant to reconsider, after Ollie Jones from Maidstone - who a big fan of the superhero - passed away in December from a rare genetic disease.

Also in today's episode, as the battle to become the next Prime Minister heats up we've been looking ahead to tonight's hustings meeting in Maidstone, a woman is sentenced for running an illegal waste site, and a children's author says children shouldn't be branded 'failures' if they don't achieve academically at school.

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