As the Operation Brock crisis deepens, political editor Paul Francis gives his take on the week in Politics.
A trio of Kent County Council’s senior officers were paid more than £200,000 last year, a survey of local government pay has revealed.
From the Chancellor's Spring Statement to the saga of the P&O Ferries crisis, political editor Paul Francis gives his take on the week in politics.
Rishi Sunak's Spring Statement was welcomed by many but was a "drop in the ocean" for Kent's under-pressure hospitality sector.
The government has been pressed to reconsider a bid for the Port of Dover to become a freeport after news P&O is making 800 employees redundant.
All eyes will be on the Chancellor today as he delivers a budget that many households are hoping will help them cope with the cost of living crisis.
The government has been urged to start criminal action against P&O and accused of "sitting on its hands" before the sackings.
We take a look at how much and why your council tax will go up this April.
A scheme to donate dinghies used by asylum seekers to cross the Channel to charities and other groups, has yet to see any handed over.
Our political editor looks at how the sudden sacking of 800 people by P&O Ferries has united MPs and what they could have done to stop it.
The Chancellor is under growing pressure at next week’s budget to offer some help to those finding it increasingly hard to pay their bills.
A minster has said we "have to keep our options open" when it comes to energy supply which has raised concerns over the return of fracking.
Our political editor Paul Francis looks at the grilling one Kent MP gave the Home Secretary over the government's response to refugee crisis.
Kent MPs say the government should be more decisive over help the it plans for dealing with refugee crisis in Ukraine.
Our political editor Paul Francis asks if gestures have any real impact on the war in Ukraine and considers fears about the council tax discount.
People should distinguish between the actions of the Russian state and the Russian people living in Kent, a councillor has said.
An opera group linked to Russia has had its shows in Kent pulled after pressure was applied to cancel the performances in light of the war in Ukraine.
Concerns continue to be raised about how some households will access the £150 council tax rebate and how local authorities will administer it.
A Kent MP has called on the government to consider using a former MOD barracks to help refugees fleeing from Ukraine.
Our political editor takes a look at a very worrying week in politics.
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