One of the county’s best-known MPs has opened up on his life in politics as he prepares to call it a day.
The county council has warned more grammar ‘satellites’ may be needed to cope with increase in demand and avoid extra costs to the taxpayer.
A long-standing MP received more in severance payments than he got in salary for serving as a government minister.
A parliamentary candidate says he wants to tackle a declining town centre as one of his priorities.
A council has been urged by Rishi Sunak that it needs to “do more” to try and save jobs at historic docks.
All but the most urgent road repair schemes in Kent are to be suspended amid KCC’s cash crisis – but Paul Francis says it will lead to more problems.
Polls show the Reform Party is growing in support in most Kent seats – and its leader says: “People are not laughing at us now.”
The Prime Minister’s job could be on the line after a backbench revolt on Rwanda, with three Kent MPs among those to rebel against the government.
Rishi Sunak will have to pull out all the stops to avoid a battering at the election if the latest polls are anything to go by, writes Paul Francis.
The Tories will be breathing a sigh of relief that a drop in small boat crossings appears to show its tough stance is working, writes Paul Francis.
With the Tories in turmoil and Labour on the charge, we look back at the biggest political stories of the year.
The government’s pledge to increase council budgets will undoubtedly take the pressure off – but cuts will still need to be made, writes Paul Francis.
The Prime Minister faces a crucial vote tonight on his controversial plan to process asylum seekers in Rwanda – and has the support of most Kent MPs.
Rishi Sunak faces a tough week, with division over his controversial Rwanda plan coinciding with questions over his pandemic Eat Out initiative.
Two sites in Kent are set to become permanent facilities for processing asylum seekers as part of £700m plans to manage the small boats crisis.
Rishi Sunak has made it one of his key pledges – but is he winning in the battle to curb the number of small boats crossing the Channel?
As we get ready to watch Nigel Farage face some creepy crawlies, we take a look at the other politicians who have appeared on I’m a Celeb.
A Kent MP says it’s time to find another solution to deal with asylum seekers after the Rwanda deal was ruled unlawful by Supreme Court judges.
The election clock is ticking – but political editor Paul Francis questions whether the Tories have left it too late to halt their slide in the polls.
Our political editor looks at the battle brewing as opposition parties prepare a bid to oust the Conservatives from one of their safest seats.
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