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MP's solicitor says police have not interviewed his client over rape claim

MP's solicitor says police have not interviewed his client over rape claim

22 April 2018

A solicitor acting for an MP has issued a statement responding to reports in the national media

Fur robe row mayor welcomes velvet regalia

Fur robe row mayor welcomes velvet regalia

19 April 2018

A council has shelled out £1,000 for a mayoral robe made with fake fur, following backlash from animal rights groups.

Sunday parking charges victory

Sunday parking charges victory

16 April 2018

A council has agreed to scrap proposals for Sunday car parking charges at all sites excluding one.

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Council official's £247,207 pay-off

Council official's £247,207 pay-off

11 April 2018

An authority has defended its actions after having to pay compensation to a senior official who lost his job.

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Fewer migrant workers seeking jobs in Kent

Fewer migrant workers seeking jobs in Kent

09 April 2018

Kent has seen a significant fall in the number of migrant workers seeking jobs, figures seen by the KM Group have revealed.

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Mum's joy over tighter guidelines on drug which killed son

Mum's joy over tighter guidelines on drug which killed son

04 April 2018

Suppliers of a deadly drug which killed a Kent teenager are likely to face tougher sentences thanks to a campaign by his mother and an MP.

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New town with 10,000 homes served by one medical centre

New town with 10,000 homes served by one medical centre

27 March 2018

The masterplan for a new garden town has been unveiled, and it includes just one health centre to serve 10,000 homes.

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Council re-names district and reveals new logo

Council re-names district and reveals new logo

23 March 2018

A council is to change its district's name next week after saying no-one knew where it was.

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Kent 'should not be used to house London's homeless'

Kent 'should not be used to house London's homeless'

21 March 2018

A Kent MP has urged the Prime Minister to act over homeless families being placed in Kent.

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Government under pressure over Kent border checks

Government under pressure over Kent border checks

18 March 2018

It comes after transport minister Chris Grayling said there would be no lorries stopped at ports after Brexit.

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Grenfell report findings to have 'huge effect' on Kent

Grenfell report findings to have 'huge effect' on Kent

16 March 2018

Councillors say a high-level interim report about building regulations shows existing fire safety practices are "not fit for purpose".

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Council under fire for cigarette investments

Council under fire for cigarette investments

16 March 2018

A council's investment in tobacco companies has come in for renewed criticism, with some dubbing it hypocritical.

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Boris Johnson visits Kent tennis centre

Boris Johnson visits Kent tennis centre

16 March 2018

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has been visiting a sports centre in Kent, where he was presented with a Gillingham FC shirt.

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'We will not allow Kent to be gridlocked after Brexit'

'We will not allow Kent to be gridlocked after Brexit'

16 March 2018

The transport secretary has vowed to keep Kent's roads moving following concerns raised on Question Time the county would be gridlocked after Brexit.

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Question Time comes to Dover

Question Time comes to Dover

15 March 2018

This week's edition of Question Time comes from Dover, with panellists including Labour's Keir Starmer and transport secretary Chris Grayling.

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Health bosses quizzed over nerve agent threat

Health bosses quizzed over nerve agent threat

14 March 2018

The safety of Kent's key areas were put under the spotlight amid fears of a nerve agent attack.

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University strikes to continue

University strikes to continue

13 March 2018

Kent University staff are to carry on with industrial action after turning down a deal to end a row about pensions.

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Council combats post-freeze potholes

Council combats post-freeze potholes

13 March 2018

Almost 500 potholes are being repaired after recent snowstorms and freezing temperatures caused huge craters in roads.

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Eeyore Chancellor 'Tigger-like' over economy

Eeyore Chancellor 'Tigger-like' over economy

13 March 2018

Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered an optimistic assessment of the UK economy saying “there is light at the end of the tunnel" after austerity.

Fresh hope in fight to save golf course

Fresh hope in fight to save golf course

12 March 2018

Cabinet members are to reconsider plans to shut a sports facility after the decision sparked outrage in the community.

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