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Calls for Deliveroo and Uber Eats to give cyclists number plates after man knocked down in Canterbury

There are calls for food delivery cyclists to have number plates, after an elderly man said he was hit by one in Canterbury.

The 85-year-old was apparently knocked down on the High Street, but when his daughter contacted the company they said they couldn't identify the rider responsible.

Also in today's episode, we hear from people who saw a huge barn blaze in Maidstone, an online game is giving students the chance to get a degree in an hour, and the Gillingham boss gives us his reaction to the weekend's game.

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