A former nuns convent in Swanley has been closed down due to several counts of anti social behaviour. The Convent of Mercy has been taken over in recent years by other residents but Sevenoaks Council have closed the residences after a number of complaints. Leaseholder Mustafa Kemal Mustafa will have to address the concerns, Keilan Webster was live outside the closed buildings to tell us more.
The House of Lords has voted for a new inquiry looking into the British Press. The move was originally voted against by the Lords, but a Second Leveson Inquiry has now been greenlit by a majority of peers. We spoke to Professor Tim Luckhurst from the University of Kent about what this could mean for the press.
Labour have proposed a free bus travel initiative for under 25's, potentially helping a generation struggling to enter the housing market. The scheme would cost approximately £1.4 billion to kickstart. We're joined by Medway Labour councillor Adam Price to discuss how the free travel scheme could be put into practice.
This week on Paul on Politics, we discuss the gender pay gap, sugar tax and operation stack! Joining Paul is Dr Julian Spinks - a GP from Strood, and Liz Orr of the Women's Equality Party.
This week Paul is joined by North Thanet MP Sir Roger Gale and University of Kent student Rob Byrne. This week's top talking points include strikes at the University of Kent, Manston Airport and the future of UKIP.