Joining us this week are Councillor Matt Burton, a Conservative who represents Park Wood ward on Maidstone Borough Council; Faversham Councillor Anthony Hook is a Liberal Democrat member of Kent County Council; and Labour's Tristan Osborne represents Luton and Wayfield ward on Medway Council.
Kent residents say they are frustrated at the pavement parking situation in the county some being affected in their everyday life. Those with wheelchairs and mobility aids fear they are being put in danger due to some parking behavior. The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association is calling on the Prime Minister to take action.
Children as young as 9 years old are being groomed on social media platforms in Kent. With that, more than 120 cases of sexual communication with a child online were recorded by Kent Police during the last year. KMTV's Keilan Webster joined us earlier to discuss the issue.
On this week's show Paul discusses Brexit, solutions for Operation Stack and the secret to a work life balance. Paul's joined on the sofa by Medway Labour councillor Alex Patterson and Tunbridge Wells Liberal Democrat councillor Ben Chapelard.
More people across Kent are choosing to rent a second home instead of buying one. New figures show rented second homes have become increasingly popular since records began. A rise in stamp duty on second homes is to blame according to The Hamptons International Lettings Index, Bill Sanders joined us earlier to discuss this new trend.