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Leisure centre could move to new £40m venue

Leisure centre could move to new £40m venue

28 April 2022

A council is looking at whether to move its 1970s fitness hub to a new site amid rising costs.

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Are you heading to the polls today?

Are you heading to the polls today?

26 April 2022

Voters are heading to the polling booth today but only in two parts of the county.

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MP slams 'disgraceful' Boris rebellion report

MP slams 'disgraceful' Boris rebellion report

25 April 2022

A Kent MP has slammed a report accusing him of fronting efforts to oust Boris Johnson from power.

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Fossil fuel pension links questioned

Fossil fuel pension links questioned

25 April 2022

Calls for the council to stop investing in fossil fuels through its pension fund have been rejected.

Government backs football recommendations from Kent MP

Government backs football recommendations from Kent MP

25 April 2022

Government backs plans for independent regular for English football following review by Tracey Crouch.

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Partygate vote a damp squib while Brock 'works to a point'

Partygate vote a damp squib while Brock 'works to a point'

22 April 2022

Our political editor Paul Francis gives his take on the week in politics.

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Kent MP joint-second favourite to replace PM

Kent MP joint-second favourite to replace PM

21 April 2022

A Kent MP now stands as the joint-second favourite to replace Boris Johnson amid the PartyGate fallout.

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'Bullying' move is politically motivated, claim residents

'Bullying' move is politically motivated, claim residents

21 April 2022

Villagers are furious over a borough council's plans to split their community in two in a boundary review.

'Boris Johnson has an eccentric relationship with the truth'

'Boris Johnson has an eccentric relationship with the truth'

20 April 2022

A Kent MP says the Prime Minister's position is untenable but now is not the time for a leadership election.

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Rwanda plan would 'benefit Kent'

Rwanda plan would 'benefit Kent'

19 April 2022

A plan to fly asylum seekers to Rwanda would benefit Kent, according to the Home Secretary, despite KCC's leader saying it would have little impact.

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Rwanda asylum plan won't help children, says KCC leader

Rwanda asylum plan won't help children, says KCC leader

19 April 2022

The plan to send would-be asylum seekers to Rwanda wouldn't help Kent's issue with unaccompanied children arriving in the county, says KCC's leader.

Rwanda plans 'can't stand up to God', says Archbishop

Rwanda plans 'can't stand up to God', says Archbishop

17 April 2022

The controversial plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda cannot stand up to the judgment of God, the head of the Church of England will say.

Ousted Tory says 'things got quite nasty'

Ousted Tory says 'things got quite nasty'

14 April 2022

A veteran Tory councillor has lifted the lid on the events which saw her dumped by her party after almost 40 years.

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The battle to lift veil of secrecy as Boris visits Kent

The battle to lift veil of secrecy as Boris visits Kent

14 April 2022

The Prime Minister is in Kent today but bringing our readers coverage of his visit has been anything but straight forward.

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PM visits Kent to announce immigration plans

PM visits Kent to announce immigration plans

14 April 2022

The Prime Minister visited Kent to announce new plans to tackle illegal immigration.

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Top Tory dropped after 40 years

Top Tory dropped after 40 years

13 April 2022

A stalwart councillor who has overseen major planning and regeneration schemes for decades has been de-selected ahead of next year's local elections.

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'Boris Johnson has made fools of us all'

'Boris Johnson has made fools of us all'

13 April 2022

A son who was unable to visit his dying father due to Covid restrictions has called on the Prime Minister to resign for breaking lockdown laws.

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Hardship fund for families restricts help due to demand

Hardship fund for families restricts help due to demand

13 April 2022

A hardship fund for families hit by the cost of living crisis has been restricted due to demand.

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'We can't afford luxury of leadership fight' - Kent MP

'We can't afford luxury of leadership fight' - Kent MP

12 April 2022

An MP has said the Tory party cannot afford the luxury of a leadership contest after the PM and Chancellor are fined for breaching lockdown rules.

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Manston on standby for Easter traffic chaos

Manston on standby for Easter traffic chaos

11 April 2022

The runway at Manston is available to ease the traffic chaos in Kent, the owners of the site have confirmed.

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