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Poll suggests election outcome for Kent

11 December 2019
Poll suggests election outcome for Kent

A poll has revealed the expected outcome in Kent ahead of tomorrow's General Election.

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'Middle-class, Guardian readers' will decide key Kent seat

10 December 2019
'Middle-class, Guardian readers' will decide key Kent seat

A senior Labour figure claims a Conservative party activist leaked a conversation in which he criticises Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

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The secrets of the 'spin room'

07 December 2019
The secrets of the 'spin room'

As Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clashed in Maidstone, our political editor Paul Francis was locked in the spin room. This is what happened.

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Political gaffes signal campaign fatigue

05 December 2019
Political gaffes signal campaign fatigue

It was dubbed a snap poll but the five-week General Election campaign appears to have left some candidates flagging.

Just how influential will first-time voters be?

02 December 2019
Just how influential will first-time voters be?

In 2017 Labour's shock win in Canterbury was put down to the student vote, we look at whether that same demographic will prove decisive this time.

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'Boris playing politics over terror response'

01 December 2019
'Boris playing politics over terror response'

A senior Labour figure on the campaign trail in Canterbury has attacked the PM for knee-jerk reaction to terrorist attack

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First-time voters could prove decisive

27 November 2019
First-time voters could prove decisive

Fresh research shows young voters could hold the balance of power in several key target seats.

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'Deep sense of fear felt by British Jews'

26 November 2019
'Deep sense of fear felt by British Jews'

The Archbishop of Canterbury has backed comments made by a Chief Rabbi about anti-semitism in the Labour party.

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What's missing from the Tory manifesto?

25 November 2019
What's missing from the Tory manifesto?

With just weeks to go before polling day, one of the big two seems determined to play it safe and the other to throw caution to the wind.

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Tory manifesto omits grammars

25 November 2019
Tory manifesto omits grammars

There will be no new grammar schools under a Tory government — according to the party's manifesto.

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Labour's appealing promises

22 November 2019
Labour's appealing promises

The Labour manifesto launch revealed a list of 'bold, radical and ambitious' plans. But will they work?

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Labour to review crossing charges

22 November 2019
Labour to review crossing charges

A review in to the Dartford Crossing charges will be launched if Labour win the next general election

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Swinson defends contesting Canterbury

21 November 2019
Swinson defends contesting Canterbury

The leader of the Liberal Democrats has defended her decision to field a candidate in the owner Labour held seat in the county.

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Tactical voting confusion could hit 'remain' votes

20 November 2019
Tactical voting confusion could hit 'remain' votes

Candidates opposed to Brexit could lose out because of confusion about tactical voting, says a leading campaigner.

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Dull draw in leaders debate

20 November 2019
Dull draw in leaders debate

Brexit and the NHS were the main topics of an even leaders debate.

Kent's gender disparity at the ballot box

19 November 2019
Kent's gender disparity at the ballot box

Figures show how many women candidates are standing in Kent and for which parties.

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Party leaders get down to business

18 November 2019
Party leaders get down to business

Immigration and the economy have taken centre stage in the election battle as party leaders set out their stalls.

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Police looking into claims of electoral fraud

16 November 2019
Police looking into claims of electoral fraud

Police are investigating claims of electoral fraud after allegations were made by the Brexit Party that candidates were offered peerages.

Brexit Party candidate breaks silence over not standing

16 November 2019
Brexit Party candidate breaks silence over not standing

The Brexit Party candidate who pulled out of the election race says he fears Jeremy Corbyn could become Prime Minister.

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Misjudgements from top to bottom

15 November 2019
Misjudgements from top to bottom

Rebellion, bad publicity stunts and surprise candidate lists have filled this week's political pages.

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