Our political editor analyses the week in politics which included good news for the PM when a vaccine was announced, but rows at number 10 dominate.
There have been blazing rows at number 10 as a top adviser quit his role, our political editor gives his analysis of the situation.
Thanet and Sittingbourne and Sheppey MPs join backbench group fighting for different approach to Covid-19 restrictions.
The government will press ahead with a controversial Brexit bill depsite a heavy defeat in the House of Lords.
There are fresh warnings over disruption at ports after Brexit because the new IT system for customs checks won't be ready.
Brexit, Covid and free school meals - here are the issues topping the political agenda this week.
Political editor Paul Francis gives his views on what's happened in the world of our politics in the county this week.
MPs have questioned the country's top scientists over claims made to the nation than coronavirus could claim 4,000 lives a day.
As Boris Johnson delivered a downbeat statement on 'Lockdown 2' there were hints of backbench opposition, says political editor Paul Francis.
Tory MP admits the A-level results have been a 'mess' and says he has urged constituents whose grades have been downgraded to use the appeal system.
Discussions have started to potentially open temporary hospitals in Kent to deal with Covid-19.
The Freight Transport Association is calling for a Brexit extension so they can concentrate on logistics around the coronavirus outbreak.
A helpline has been set up to help business owners during the coronavirus outbreak.
A Kent MP has urged the government to ensure emergency legislation to tackle the coronavirus pandemic is not used for other purposes.
A top official says officers will be "very reliant" on people taking the government's advice to stay indoors.
The county council has announced nine country parks will remain open.
Passengers can get refunds on their season tickets as the government announce rail takeover.
Here's how much public money was spent on the search for sites for a lorry park in Kent that has now been abandoned.
Councils across Kent have been urged to give residents a "council tax holiday" amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The former business minister Greg Clark is pressing the Chancellor to avert job losses.
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