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Three weeks on from one of the biggest general election shocks, the Tory stalwart tells us what went wrong for him on June 8

Government requires all local authorities to outline specific future commitments and priorities

The scheme divided opinion among councillors when first proposed last year

Almost 21 per cent of the county’s population smoked in 2007, but that has now dropped to 15 per cent

The increased investment has been received for organisations to create exciting, new additional work

It was given a Silver grading in the Teaching Excellence Framework

Four famous faces to pick up awards during ceremonies in Canterbury and Rochester

No threat, but organisers seek to reassure visitors ahead of the big event

SECAmb says it is concerned it is the victim of a targeting campaign

Helen Whately spoke out in the House of Commons this week on the mounting fears over the future of the hospital site

Fire chiefs urge householders not to leave on appliances overnight

Crews were called just before 11am

Government confirms the firms vying to take over our rail services

Anson Simms, 36, of no fixed address was sentenced to 16 months behind bars

Verbally abused and then man swung his fist as he got dropped off

Warning of floods and lightning hitting power supplies as solid sunshine set for rude end

A number of non-selective head teachers wrote to Theresa May last year outlining opposition to the plans

Bosses say the proposals will resolve the well-known and long-standing difficulties with maintaining a continuous walking route along this eroding coast

The 33-year-old man initially held by police has been released without charge

The meetings had to be rescheduled due to the election

Construction is expected to be completed by early February 2018

The cause of the blaze is not yet known

Theresa May promised last year the government was working on a solution to the problem

Police have confirmed they are treating the attack as terrorism

Faversham and Mid Kent MP Helen Whately has secured the debate as concerns grow following huge temporary changes

There have been warnings of gridlock across Kent if the county isn’t ready for exiting the European Union

The motorway is expected to remain closed until at least 1.30pm

The cash is being made available by HSBC

Kent’s newest MP won 25,572 votes in last week’s general election, giving her a slim majority of 187 over Tory stalwart Sir Julian Brazier

One week on from one of the most shocking results in the general election, we ask party members how it all came about

The level two alert has been triggered by a Met Office forecast of a 70 per cent chance of temperatures reaching heatwave conditions over the weekend

Ideal habitats where the heath fritillary caterpillar’s main food source, common cow-wheat, can thrive, have been created

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