Peers have revealed the dire consequences facing the county if no Brexit deal is reached - with one container lorry taking over an hour to process.
Farmers have given a guarded reaction to a government report on migration that says there could be a case for a seasonal workers scheme after Brexit.
A senior Labour figures has dismissed the row engulfing MP Rosie Duffield over her stance on anti-semitism as a "storm in a teacup".
The Brexit campaigner Gina Miller chose Kent to launch a campaign she says will help people understand the implications of leaving the EU.
The government has admitted time is running out to get Operation Brock ready in time for Brexit.
High profile campaigner Gina Miller is set to visit Dover today - in a fresh bid to halt the Brexit process.
An MP said he would be “amazed and appalled” if there was a challenge to Theresa May amid reports discontented backbenchers are plotting to oust her.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has come under fire after he resisted calls to offer his support to one of the county's MPs in a row over anti-Semitism.
A review of political boundaries in Kent has led to some constituency changes and new names... but still the same number of parliamentary seats.
A key political figure has been rejected by the Conservatives amid fears his background could bring the party into disrepute.
A leaked document suggests police leave in Kent could be cancelled and officers pulled in on rest days if the UK crashes out of Europe.
One of Kent's MPs has avoided potential action for supporting groups that have criticised Labour's stance on anti-Semitism.
An MP involved in an attack by a suicide bomber has called out Boris Johnson for comparing the PM's Brexit plan to a suicide vest.
Eight out of 10 burglaries reported to Kent Police ended up with no suspects identified or charges brought, according to figures released today.
Homeowners may have to pay to dump non-household waste at rubbish tips under proposals set out by Kent County Council, which an MP has criticised.
A grammar school has been forced to take on 50 more new pupils this year - a number of whom did not pass the 11 plus, it has emerged.
The growing gap between the rich and poor will cause "bitter resentment" without urgent action, says the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Inspectors have ordered health chiefs to reduce waiting times and staff shortages.
Youngsters with serious mental health problems have been sent nearly 300 miles away for treatment.
Cash-strapped councils in Kent are risking millions of pounds of taxpayers' cash buying offices, shops and restaurants amid cuts in government grants.
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