A Polish lorry driver has warned colleagues will not come to the UK's aid after their "inhumane" treatment last Christmas.
Kent County Council has pleaded with the government to help transport children as bus companies suffer the impact of the driver crisis.
As thousands of Labour party members head to Brighton, we take a look at what the party needs to do to get back on top.
Our political editor takes a look back at this week's biggest stories, from the energy crisis to Eurostar.
Kent Labour activists who support former party leader Jeremy Corbyn have said they are targets of a witch-hunt.
A Kent MP has warned that the rise in energy and food costs and the £20 cut in Universal Credit could see thousands of families struggle this winter.
Care home bosses fear they will face staff shortages if they are forced to let go their unvacinated staff.
Our political editor takes a look back at this week's Cabinet reshuffle and the possibility of a general election.
As shamed 'naughty Tory' Charlie Elphicke is released from prison we chart the calamitous fall of the former MP.
Political editor Paul Francis gives his analysis of what the Cabinet reshuffle will mean to Kent.
Dominic Raab has been moved from the foreign secretary role, while Priti Patel will stay on as home secretary as a cabinet reshuffle continues.
The Health Secretary has set out a 'plan b' if his blueprint to life with Covid does not work.
The Home Office has set out its funding package for councils which take in refugees from Afghanistan and says more offers of accommodation are needed.
The government says there are no guarantees there will not be empty shelves at Christmas as shortage of lorry drivers continues to hit supply chains.
A Kent MP has called into question a Westminster drinking culture that she says sees colleagues 'reeking of booze' when voting.
With the problem of social care reforms chief on the agenda the Prime Minister said there was whole load of things needed fixing.
MPs have voted in favour of a one day suspension for two Kent MPs after they wrote to a judge after Charlie Elphicke's trial.
An ex-army intelligence officer from Kent says the government's failure to act on warnings about the Taliban takeover has seen the terror threat rise.
A 66-acre post-Brexit lorry park was approved despite fears it could harm swathes of countryside, increase air pollution and disturb residents nearby.
From MPs being recalled to Parliament over Afghanistan to the council leader who doesn't give a damn - it was another busy week in politics.
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