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KentOnline Podcast: Woman caught defecating outside shop on The Old High Street in Folkestone

A shopkeeper has spoken of his shock after discovering a woman had defecated outside his store.

Colin White checked CCTV from the shop thinking a pet owner had failed to clean up after their pet - it was then he discovered it was human faeces.

Also in today's podcast, the cost of filling up a family sized car has now topped £100 for the first time.

Hear from Kent fuel campaigner Howard Cox who is again calling on the chancellor to take urgent action.

Dame Emma Thompson has criticised the government's plan to send some asylum seekers who've arrived in Kent in small boats to Rwanda.

More than 10,000 people have now made the dangerous journey this year.

The Children's Commissioner has been in Kent as part of a review into what makes a successful family.

Hear from Dame Rachel de Souza who's been asked by the government to look at how mums, dads, grandparents and children are coping following the pandemic.

Meantime, there's a warning children with special educational needs in Kent who are being home-schooled are 'falling through the cracks'.

Figures show 465 youngsters in Kent are SEN and being taught at home - while just 193 have an education health care plan.

And in sport, one of Kent's players has kept his place in the England team for the second Test with New Zealand.

Plus we have a tennis update ahead of Wimbledon later this summer.

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