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KentOnline Podcast: 'Tony's Law' debated in Commons, students future proof their careers and Gillingham's league campaign gets underway

A proposed law named after a Kent boy who needed both of his legs amputated after being abused as a baby has been debated in the Commons.

Hear from the MP leading calls for tougher sentences and reaction from the NSPCC.

Also in the podcast, a travel agent responds to more countries being added to the quarantine list.

A Kent student explains how he's future proofed his career by setting up his own company while still at uni.

And, Gillingham get their league campaign underway this weekend.

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