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Petition to save post office delivered to No. 10

Petition to save post office delivered to No. 10

19 September 2019

A 2,000-strong petition has been handed to Downing Street calling on the Prime Minister to save one of Kent's Crown Post Offices.

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Blast from the past for Brexit

Blast from the past for Brexit

19 September 2019

There's been a sense of deja-vu as former political heavyweights have clashed about us leaving the EU.

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Thameslink service launch delayed again

Thameslink service launch delayed again

19 September 2019

A new service connecting the county with London has been delayed for a second time.

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5,000 home garden community location confirmed

5,000 home garden community location confirmed

19 September 2019

A proposal for 5,000 new homes has been discussed by a town hall committee.

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Bailiffs chase 42,000 council tax debts

Bailiffs chase 42,000 council tax debts

19 September 2019

Council in Kent have turned to debt collectors 42,000 in a single year to chase arrears of as little as £14.

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Council backs its own 5,000 homes scheme

Council backs its own 5,000 homes scheme

18 September 2019

A council is in secret talks with landowners over building thousands of new homes but won't reveal where they could be built.

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No-deal Brexit 'could lead to 93-mile queues'

No-deal Brexit 'could lead to 93-mile queues'

18 September 2019

The potential for traffic chaos in Kent if the UK leaves the EU without a deal has been downplayed by officials.

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Kent County Council leadership battle begins

Kent County Council leadership battle begins

18 September 2019

Three county councillor have announced they will be competing to become the new leader of Kent County Council.

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KFC drive-thru decision imminent

KFC drive-thru decision imminent

17 September 2019

A decision on whether a KFC will move into an empty oast house will be made early next month.

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Fresh concern over 'illegal' grammar

Fresh concern over 'illegal' grammar

17 September 2019

An MP has reacted to criticism facing a grammar annexe that opened two years ago.

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Lib Dems look rejuvenated at conference

Lib Dems look rejuvenated at conference

17 September 2019

With Jo Swinson in charge the Liberal Democrats look energised at their party conference and rally behind a tough anti-Brexit stance.

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Kent MP appointed as government minister

Kent MP appointed as government minister

17 September 2019

A Kent MP has been selected as a government minister - but has assured her constituency remains her "top priority".

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'Remain' group targets Kent voters

'Remain' group targets Kent voters

16 September 2019

A campaign group has set out a plan for voters in the county who want to halt Brexit.

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'Champion' of community dies

'Champion' of community dies

16 September 2019

Tributes have started to come in for a popular retired councillor who received top honours earlier this year.

Tour firms 'put off' visiting Kent by Brexit

Tour firms 'put off' visiting Kent by Brexit

16 September 2019

Concerns have been raised about the impact of Brexit on the county's tourism sector which employs 77,000 people.

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Tory chairman steps down

Tory chairman steps down

16 September 2019

A Conservative association chairman has stepped down - and been replaced by a recently-ousted council leader.

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Party conference season begins

Party conference season begins

16 September 2019

It's party conference season and Brexit is already stealing all of the headlines.

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Second valuation agreed for Dreamland sale

Second valuation agreed for Dreamland sale

14 September 2019

Councillors are calling for a rethink of the sale of the Dreamland car park as the second valuation of the site is confirmed.

'Recall parliament after Yellowhammer revelations'

'Recall parliament after Yellowhammer revelations'

12 September 2019

The government is facing calls to recall parliament after the publication of the Operation Yellowhammer report into no-deal risks.

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'Worst case' no-deal Brexit scenario revealed

'Worst case' no-deal Brexit scenario revealed

11 September 2019

A government document has outlined the worst case scenario of a no-deal Brexit which includes traffic, fuel and medicine problems.

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