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The Folkestone and Hythe MP responds to this afternoon’s huge announcement

Stanford Parish Council chair Matthew Webb has led the fight against the proposals since they were first announced in 2015

Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash

Barry Gibbens, 52, committed a number of other sexual offences between May 2013 and November 2015

You can hand in illegally held weapons without risk of prosecution at a host of police stations around county

County Hall has defended the decision, insisting it is legal, ethical and generates a good return

The 48-year-old had been stabbed multiple times during an attack in November 1988

The Moon will appear larger and brighter - and is best viewed as it rises at sun down

Gerard Keogh, 36, was jailed for nine-and-a-half years after the attack

KCC is launching an awareness campaign throughout November

The CCG has reallocated 3,208 out of 4,700 patients to other practices since the closure was announced earlier this year

The council said money it receives for so-called care leavers is “wholly insufficient”

The Paris School of Architecture has launched a competition alongside its research into the impact of the UK leaving the EU

Many areas across the county have a history of spooky sighting

Farmers are making the most of the staggeringly short season

Progress on the £250m project has stalled as a result of a judicial review, scheduled for early December

Damian Collins urged the government to come to an agreement after a judicial review stalled construction of the £250m project, but the parish council chair has slammed the government for not acting swiftly enough

Drivers are advised to allow extra time and consider alternative routes if possible

KCC grits over 2,500 miles of the county’s roads

The Ministry of Justice announced a £3m investment to improve safety in jails earlier this week

The Unite union claims working conditions have deteriorated since DHL Tradeteam took over the contract for the delivery of Carlsberg’s products earlier this month

KCC also had to shell out some £184,178 in compensation over the last year

Unlike predecessors Paul Nuttall and Nigel Farage, Mr Bolton is not a salaried MEP

Matthew Balfour said he would write to transport secretary Chris Grayling

Bosses remain committed to the project and say they will continue to engage with the community to help shape the development

Strong winds could impact driving conditions

The comments came in a House of Commons panel discussion chaired by Dover MP Charlie Elphicke

More than 200 attended a glitzy ceremony at Ashford International Hotel on Monday

Dover MP Charlie Elphicke and representatives from the Road Haulage Association, Eurotunnel and the UK Border Force will speak during the discussion

Last month, the service parodying the Stephen King thriller, IT

Disruption is expected until lunchtime today

They were called just before 8pm

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