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'We should get rid of the blanket ban...'

'We should get rid of the blanket ban...'

A Kent MP has weighed on the debate about safe standing in football grounds in the top two divisions.

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Green space promise 'unrealistic'

Green space promise 'unrealistic'

Confidential records have thrown into doubt a council's pledge for 40% of a new development to be green space.

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Women 'used trip with Telegraph reporter to smuggle son'

Women 'used trip with Telegraph reporter to smuggle son'

Three women used the cover of a visit to the former Jungle camp at Calais to smuggle one of their sons into the UK, it has been claimed.

Kent's first Marco Pierre White restaurant confirmed

Kent's first Marco Pierre White restaurant confirmed

A restaurant carrying the name of celebrity chef Marco Pierre White is on its way to a Kent seafront this summer.

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Crash between bus and car sparks delays

Crash between bus and car sparks delays

A crash involving a bus and a car has ignited long delays today on a main road.

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Paxman bolsters Invicta strikeforce

Paxman bolsters Invicta strikeforce

Folkestone boss Neil Cugley insists there's no risk attached to signing Alfie Paxman from Ramsgate.

Girl, 11, taken to hospital after being hit by car

Girl, 11, taken to hospital after being hit by car

An 11-year-old girl has been taken to hospital after being hit by a car.

Arrest after arson attack on cash machines

Arrest after arson attack on cash machines

A man's been arrested after at least two cash machines were damaged in "malicious" attacks.

Air Ambulance attends 'medical incident' at hotel

Air Ambulance attends 'medical incident' at hotel

An air ambulance was scrambled this morning to attend a “medical incident” inside a seafront hotel.

Travellers invade park

Travellers invade park

A band of travellers have set up camp in a popular park.

Drink drive arrest after car and bus crash

Drink drive arrest after car and bus crash

A man in his 50s has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a positive road side breath test.

Court date for suspects in modern slavery probe

Court date for suspects in modern slavery probe

A father and son suspected of being human traffickers have been remanded in custody while they wait to appear in court next month.

Artwork by famous comic goes under the hammer

Artwork by famous comic goes under the hammer

During his career, he performed at a number of theatres across Kent and now his artwork will be sold here too.

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'Benidorm-style' homes will go ahead

'Benidorm-style' homes will go ahead

Labour’s bid to thwart plans to build a thousand "Benidorm-style" homes along a seafront has been thrown out by the Secretary of State.

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Litter louts ruin beach

Litter louts ruin beach

Soiled nappies, smashed glass and beer bottles were left on a Kent beach.

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Kent Gurkhas 'excited' for their Royal Wedding invite

Kent Gurkhas 'excited' for their Royal Wedding invite

We spoke exclusively with the Kent-based Gurkhas ahead of ceremony at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Suspect package halts Eurotunnel trains

Suspect package halts Eurotunnel trains

Travellers reported delays of up to five hours at the Channel Tunnel after a suspicious vehicle was discovered at its Calais terminal.

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Coastguard crews called to person in water

Coastguard crews called to person in water

Emergency crews were scrambled to help a person clinging to a buoy in freezing cold water.

Two charged after 'modern slavery' dawn raids

Two charged after 'modern slavery' dawn raids

Two suspected human traffickers are set to appear in court today after four arrests were made during a string of raids in Kent.

Carpet fire spreads from garden to house

Carpet fire spreads from garden to house

Two fire engines were sent to the scene.

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