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KentOnline Podcast: Sadie's story to mark 16 days of action against domestic violence

A woman who was in an abusive relationship for 10 years has told her story in a bid to help others.

Sadie - not her real name - now helps to run refuges in west Kent.

She's spoken of the moment she realised what she was putting up with wasn't right and how she finally made the decision to leave.

Also in today's podcast, the row over the tier system after lockdown continues - hear from the chief exec of Hever Castle who says people in the west of the county are being unfairly punished.

There's been a rise in the number of people home schooling during the pandemic - a mum tells us how it's going for her.

And we have reaction to Gillingham's exit from the FA Cup.

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