A ground-breaking new study has revealed that the area around Bluewater and could have the most in .

Using satellites and artificial intelligence, researchers now claim to be able to look at air pollution across , , and in never-before-seen detail.

The new technology is so good that scientists can record levels of pollution in each individual square kilometre of the country.

The square kilometre with the worst air quality in the most recent year in the data, 2018, was spotted beside a motorway north of the small village of Bean and is in the area of the Bluewater and Valley Hospital.

Worryingly, the Kent location was recorded as having 23 micrograms of pollutants per cubic metre of air throughout the year – more than double the ’s () recommended guideline of just 10.

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