Published: 12:44, 01 August 2019
| Updated: 12:44, 01 August 2019
The UK's ramping up preparations for a no-deal Brexit by setting aside an extra £2.1bn.
Chancellor Sajid Javid says Government departments will use it to help with things like stockpiling medicines and running a public awareness campaign - while the Highways Agency will get new powers to keep freight moving through ports like Dover.
Also in today's episode; a father and son have been jailed for running a modern day slavery ring in Dover, and there's been a huge rise in reports of puppy farms in Kent.
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