A perfect storm has seen gas prices surge in recent weeks - here's what's behind the issue and what it means for the public.
Partially-treated waste water could be released into rivers and seas because of a chemical shortage caused by Brexit.
Empty shelves, medicines delayed, jobs going unfilled - is this the sting in Brexit's tale?
A 66-acre post-Brexit lorry park was approved despite fears it could harm swathes of countryside, increase air pollution and disturb residents nearby.
Highways bosses have launched a review of signage at a multi-million pound M20 junction following complaints from motorists.
Emergency planners are confident they can cope with a huge number of lorries in the county without the help of Manston.
More than 100,000 EU citizens living and working in the county have successfully applied to remain in the UK following Brexit.
A guitar maker to the stars says new Brexit trade rules are creating a major headache for his business.
Was Brexit vote really five years ago? Did we learn anything from report on white working class pupils falling behind? Paul Francis analyses the week.
New research shows how those who back leave and remain would vote if the referendum was rerun today.
It's been five years since an historic referendum saw voters back Brexit, but the journey has not always followed its expected path.
The makeshift lorry park at Manston which opened last winter is to shut for good at the end of this month, the government has confirmed.
The number of seasonal workers applying to work at a Kent-based farming company is down 90% in the last two years and there are fears for the future.