As the campaign to restore Eurostar services in Kent continues, what happened to the £757 million the government was paid for selling its stake?
Seven years on from the Brexit referendum, political editor Paul Francis considers the progress made since Britain’s departure from the EU.
Council leaders are hoping that devolution plans will help boost Kent’s economy.
One Kent Mp voted against a report by the privileges committee that said Boris Johnson misled the Commons about ‘partygate.’
The damage caused by yet another lockdown party could prove too much for the Tories at the next general election, says political editor Paul Francis.
A Kent MP has broken his silence over the Privileges Committee’s damning report into Boris Johnson.
More than 600 people crossed the English Channel in small boats on Sunday – the highest amount on a single day so far this year.
Boris Johnson has thrown in the towel – but could Kent feature in any future comeback plans? Political editor Paul Francis considers the possibility.
After Boris Johnson’s shock resignation as an MP, our political editor Paul Francis ponders what next for the former PM.
There are fears of further disorder and outbreak of disease at a detention centre for asylum seekers.
As the PM declares a decline in unlawful Channel crossings, political editor Paul Francis says there’s still much to do to tackle the issue.
From Labour-Lib Dem coalitions to Kent’s first Green council – has the Conservative blue wall in the county finally been breached?
Could most of the county’s Tory MPs really lose their seats at the next election? We’ve crunched the numbers to see who’s most at risk...
The leader of Kent County Council says he is disappointed by the decision to reinstate Operation Brock.
Kent MPs have said the government must do more to limit immigration into the UK as figures published today show a huge rise in numbers.
County transport chiefs have come under fire after revealing KCC will no longer expect developers to consider the impact of more cars on the roads.
The PM faces yet another headache as a relatively minor incident balloons unnecessarily into a much bigger one, writes political editor Paul Francis.
Campaigners have blasted a decision by the government to block the release of information on ministerial discussions about new grammar schools.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has hinted at a return to frontline politics – saying Brexit has failed.
Former leader David Cameron famously urged his party to “stop banging on” about Brexit and immigration – but they show no signs of doing so.
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