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Milo Yiannopoulos quits website and loses book deal over sex comments

A former Kent schoolboy has resigned from a conservative website after comments about sex between men and boys.


In your Kentish Gazette paper

*Plans unveiled to for 300 luxury holiday houses and £4 million move for city rugby club

*Acid attack victims relive city centre ordeal

*Campaign group reforms to fight for K&C Hospital

*Taxi driver tells of horror crash which left schoolboys seriously hurt

*Ex-GB wheelchair rugby captain speaks to the Gazette about the sport's emergence

Pennock happy despite the result

An upbeat Gills boss Ady Pennock praised his players after Tuesday night’s draw against Wimbledon.



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My Kent Family

Cadbury and the National Trust join up for an Easter treat

Eight National Trust attractions in Kent will be holding Cadbury egg hunts over the Easter weekend


Bucks Fizz TV star attends special storytime session

Celebrity Masterchef star Cheryl Baker provided a storytime surprise to one lucky school after they won a Buster’s Book Club challenge day.

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