A fuel campaigner has pledged to scrap a controversial emissions charge as he enters the London mayoral race.
The Greens now form the largest party at one Kent council – so what can we expect from the new administration?
Our political editor casts his eye over today’s election results and answers the big questions to have emerged from yesterday’s poll.
There are some 550 seats up for grabs as people across Kent cast their votes in the council elections today.
Sir Keir Starmer has told KentOnline Labour would reinstate housebuilding targets – despite a number of developments provoking huge opposition.
Housing has dominated the council election campaign as battle for control of town halls enters its final phase.
The election watchdog has been urged to take steps to ensure voting in this week’s local council ballots are not disrupted.
Claims the government’s gambling reforms do not go far enough to ensure companies play a key part in countering addiction have been rebuffed.
A Kent MP has told Parliament that people in small boats have used razor blades to delibarately damage their fingers to avoid identification.
Are voters falling out of love with the mainstream parties in favour of single issue independent candidates? Our political editor takes a look.
Kent’s crime commissioner has expressed frustration that officers who have committed serious sexual offences cannot have their pension taken away.
They were supposed to be the future but smart motorways look like becoming an expensive mistake.
We take a look at the housing dilemma facing the county in the run up to the local elections.
A former Tory councillor who was sacked over his involvement with a far right group emerged is to stand in the forthcoming council election.
Candidates for all 550 seats on local council elections are being revealed today.
Our political editor shares his thoughts on KCC's cash problems and the political paradox of Dover.
Kent County Council says it could still become insolvent if it does not act to address a rising deficit that has plunged the authority into the red.
Kent headteachers have joined calls for Ofsted reforms following the death of a colleague in Reading.
A council leader says the government should not be forcing voters to have some photo ID when they go to polling stations next month.
The Conservatives are promising to crack down on low-level crime - but can they really stop anti-social behaviour "once and for all"?
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