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As MPs pay tribute to Sir David Amess, the issue of their security is very much back on the agenda.

The Southend West MP was killed while holding a surgery in a church in Leigh-on-Sea on Friday.

Police are continuing to question a 25-year-old man.

We've been speaking to Tonbridge and Malling's Tom Tugendhat on the abuse suffered by members of parliament.

Police and crime commissioner Matthew Scott gives us his views on whether MPs should have security.

Also in today's podcast, October is Black History Month, and a Kent actor says there are still racial difficulties in society. Hear from Kayne Lee Harrison who starred in the Alicia Keys movie 'Resort to Love' on Netflix.

A Tunbridge Wells man is calling for more awareness of male breast cancer.

Mark Winter has shared his story.

Find out how homeless people are hoping to change perceptions of people on the streets through a new photography exhibition.

And the Gillingham boss reacts to their defeat at the weekend which has left them perilously close to the league on relegation zone.

Read more: All the latest news for Kent

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