A government grant scheme set up to pay towards making homes more energy efficient helped just 150 households in Kent.
The number of people struggling to meet high energy bills is set to spiral as figures show more than 65k households in Kent face fuel poverty.
An ex-minister's claims over her sacking should be investigated, a Kent MP has said.
Partygate rumbles on and some MPs have finally shared their thoughts on it alll. Here's the latest from our political editor.
Government plans to bring in Navy patrols in the English Channel have been branded "a gimmick" by Labour.
The removal lorry may not be outside number 10 just yet but the bookmakers have reacted swiftly and included a Kent MP in shortlists to succeed him.
A report by MPs on sewage dumps into rivers and the sea by water companies says they were not being reported properly and demands an urgent review.
His excuse may have had more holes than Emmental but PMQs was a score draw for Boris Johnson, writes our political editor.
The roll-out of smart motorway schemes is to be paused until five years’ worth of safety data is available, the government has announced.
The writing may be on the wall for Boris Johnson after yet another scandal – but how exactly might he leave?
Health chiefs in Kent have been ordered to speed up the discharge of patients in battle over Covid.
A Kent MP has questioned whether a medical ‘hub’ to cope with patients with Covid will be needed despite escalating numbers contracting the virus.
Will we finally see the end of Covid, Boris and Channel crossings? Our political editor shares his view.
Taxpayers could be asked to cough up an extra £10 a year in council tax to fund further investment in the county's police force.
Kent MP Greg Clark has urged the Prime Minister to consider a fourth jab for hospital staff and carers.
The Home Office has claimed releasing details of how £54m sent to the French has been spent would 'jeopardise diplomatic relations'.
Our political editor Paul Francis gives his take on what has been a turbulent, tumultuous and occasionally toxic 12 months of politics.
Some schools in the county are already preparing for the prospect of a return to virtual lessons after the New Year.
Our political editor takes a look at the national and local politics story affecting Kent this week.
Chief medical officer tells MPs to expect high demand for hospital beds for Covid patients as new variant bites.
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