Political editor Paul Francis gibes his take on the week's events.
A councillor who quit after photos emerged of him wearing fascist insignia is a "good bloke" according to the Tory candidate standing against him.
Government plans to make voters bring ID to the polling stations hve proved controversial.
Three years since Boris Johnson claimed he'd 'got Brexit done' the balance sheet for Kent is firmly in the red, writes political editor Paul Francis.
Political editor Paul Francis analyses the PM's move to sack Tory party chairman Nadhim Zahawi after a “serious breach” of the Ministerial Code.
Paul Francis says it's red faces all-round as the giant Brexit lorry park, built with minimal planning scrutiny, starts to look like a white elephant.
Drone pictures reveal how a multi-million pound facility built for checks to be carried out on certain lorries appears to be completely deserted.
Political editor Paul Francis analyses the government's levelling up funding and what it means for Kent.
What are the politics behind how Kent's Levelling Up cash was allocated? Political editor Paul Francis reports...
The Prime Minister has backed a Kent MP in sharing his concerns over plans to extend London's emission zone to the border with Kent.
Dozens of children's centres across the county are now at risk of closure as the council looks to save more money.
As councillors consider the budget for the year ahead, we take a look at which frontline services could see cuts to their funding.
Just Stop Oil's M25 protests could be fuelled by new legislation, writes political editor Paul Francis.
Hundreds of patients are continuing to be kept in hospitals in Kent even though they are well enough to be discharged, latest figures show.
Council tax payers face an increase of just under 5% in their bills under budget plans set out by Kent County Council.
Our political editor Paul Francis gives his take on how Rishi Sunak should have answered the question about his healthcare.
As he marks 40 years in the House of Commons today, Kent's longest-serving MP remains determined to stay on.
We take a look back at a year of three prime ministers, four chancellors and a lot of talk about cake....
Charities who challenged the government’s plan to send asylum seekers arriving on UK shores to Rwanda say they will continue to fight to stop it.
Our political editor Paul Francis thinks strikers will get backing from the people of Kent - we're used to disruption anyway!
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