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The current council leader says the feeling on Kent doorsteps is that the prime minister is doing “a very good job”

Everything you need to know about the vote on May 4

The actor, who attended St Edmund’s School in the city, insisted he was not “taking a slant” at gypsy and traveller communities

The force has established the unit in response to the growing threat from computer crime and digital threats

Constituents Hugo Wenn and Daniel Lloyd were found drowned in a city pond in 2012 after taking the legal high methoxetamine

CEO Jamie Clifford said the club “cannot actively endorse” the proposals and abstained

It was the latest event organised by the school and saw a huge response from students

To help celebrate Easter, Vera Heady produced mother hens and chicks for residents and relatives at High View Oast to buy

Can we expect a hot and sunny one? Or will our BBQs get rained off? Find out here

An arctic maritime airmass will spread southwards across the whole country early next week

The MP has warned the 14-hour queues seen at the port last summer would be “a tea party” compared to what will happen if a solid plan is not in place

Environment secretary Andrea Leadsom visited fruit farms in the county at the weekend

Full details of where the pinch points will be here

Labour is looking to overtake Ukip and be the main party of opposition to the Conservatives on Kent County Council

Faversham and Mid Kent MP Helen Whately has previously warned a shortage of labour is putting county farms at risk of going out of business

Campaigners have launched a petition against proposals in which some services between Tonbridge and Ashford would no longer stop at intermediate stations

Theresa May surprised everyone by announcing today a vote is set to be held on June 8

Teng Gao was handed a suspended sentence at Canterbury Crown Court last week

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Dover and Deal MP Charlie Elphicke described the announcement as “fantastic news”

Emails will be mailed out from 4pm - 97 per cent will have got one of their top choices

Builders discovered coffins that had lain undisturbed for centuries during refurbishment at St May-at-Lambeth

Daniel Kelly was sentenced last year, for using drones to fly tobacco and spice into HMP Elmley and HMP Swaleside

The Rt Revd Trevor Willmott, Bishop of Dover, reflects on life, death and rebirth

Network Rail to carry out work from Good Friday to Bank Holiday Monday and that will mean delays and replacement bus services

British Transport Police are expecting a spike in the number of incidents this month

The yellow party only currently has seven seats on KCC but key political figures are predicting a “resurgence”

Stone Lodge Academy in Dartford and Barton Court Academy Free School are among the applications approved today

The KMPT was rated ‘Good’ overall and ‘Outstanding’ for being caring by health watchdog, the Care Quality Commission

The group’s leader, Trudy Dean, tells us what we can expect from the yellow party on May 4

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