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Red list rules means expat can't come home

Red list rules means expat can't come home

05 October 2021

An expat from Kent is among thousands of Brits who feel they are marooned abroad due to the strict 'red list' rules for travel.

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School bus has to leave pupils behind each day

School bus has to leave pupils behind each day

04 October 2021

A school bus service is so oversubscribed that almost 40 children a day are unable to get on it.

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Tiny 28mph electric car to be sold in the UK

Tiny 28mph electric car to be sold in the UK

30 September 2021

The Citroen Ami, an electric car with a top speed of 28mph and which can be driven in France without a licence, is going to be sold in the UK.

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Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

29 September 2021

For 111 years GB car stickers have been used to identify UK-registered vehicles in international traffic, but now the rules have changed.

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Could problems at the pumps speed-up our switch to electric cars?

Could problems at the pumps speed-up our switch to electric cars?

29 September 2021

Problems at the petrol pumps, and a rise in fuel costs, is encouraging people to consider new technology say those leasing and hiring plug-in cars.

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Boris Johnson says petrol crisis is 'stabilising'

Boris Johnson says petrol crisis is 'stabilising'

29 September 2021

The Prime Minister insists the fuel crisis is 'stabilising' as troops prepare to drive delivery tankers and queues continue at petrol stations.

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Sharp rise in drivers using the wrong fuel

Sharp rise in drivers using the wrong fuel

28 September 2021

There has been a dramatic rise in the number of drivers 'misfuelling' their cars since panic buying at the pumps started, says the AA.

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Southeastern's rollercoaster ride on our rails ends

Southeastern's rollercoaster ride on our rails ends

28 September 2021

What now for Kent's train passengers? We take a look at the chequered history of the latest franchise to fall off the rails.

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Train company Southeastern taken over by government

Train company Southeastern taken over by government

28 September 2021

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has revealed in a series of Tweets that the rail company which serves Kent has been stripped of its franchise.

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Station pizza plan is turned down

Station pizza plan is turned down

27 September 2021

A scheme to convert an old booking office at a village train station into a pizza takeaway have been refused.

'Panic buying is stopping us from helping people'

'Panic buying is stopping us from helping people'

27 September 2021

Vital medical services are pleading with the public to stop panic buying fuel.

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9 ways to help save the fuel in your car

9 ways to help save the fuel in your car

27 September 2021

Looking to make the petrol or diesel in your car last longer? Motoring experts say there is plenty drivers can do. Here's some top tips:

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E scooter trial 'a total disaster' and 'destined to fail'

E scooter trial 'a total disaster' and 'destined to fail'

24 September 2021

A controversial electric scooter scheme that has been targeted by vandals and left residents "frightened" has been blasted by councillors.

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Plan for new cycle route on busy main road

Plan for new cycle route on busy main road

24 September 2021

Proposals for a new cycle route along a major road include a reduction in traffic lanes.

High Court grants injunction preventing protesters blocking A20 at Dover

High Court grants injunction preventing protesters blocking A20 at Dover

24 September 2021

An interim injunction banning protesters from occupying the A20 has been granted after police arrested 39 people following action by Insulate Britain.

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Ground-breaking community supermarket launched in a bus

Ground-breaking community supermarket launched in a bus

23 September 2021

One of Britain's first mobile community supermarkets has been launched in a converted red London double-decker bus. But it needs volunteer drivers.

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'It feels like we have more cameras than the Truman Show'

'It feels like we have more cameras than the Truman Show'

22 September 2021

A councillor likened the number of cameras in the area to those on the Truman Show but was frustrated they cannot be used to enforce traffic rules.

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Southeastern probe after enforcement officer 'didn't care' about woman's seizure

Southeastern probe after enforcement officer 'didn't care' about woman's seizure

22 September 2021

A rail provider will investigate after an employee said he "didn't care" what a man's issue was as his sister had a seizure on a busy train.

Insulate Britain activists could be jailed after injunction granted

Insulate Britain activists could be jailed after injunction granted

22 September 2021

Insulate Britain protesters descending on the M25 could be jailed after an injunction was granted.

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Rail boss apologises for unacceptable delays

Rail boss apologises for unacceptable delays

21 September 2021

A railway boss has apologised to commuters for suffering lengthy delays for three consecutive weeks on the return to work.

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