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He appeared in court today after failing to return to open prison back in 1995

The 54-year-old remains in police custody on suspicion of drink-driving and drug offences

Queue systems just to get into London station will add 30 minutes to journeys and trains at peak times will be busier too

South East Local Enterprise Partnership has argued the case for large investment projects such as the Lower Thames Crossing

This year’s results mark a key step in major reforms to A-levels introduced by government

Clubs say promising talent is being “held back” by a lack of suitable facilities

The increase is based on a measure of inflation known as the Retail Price Index

Campaigners are calling on the county’s universities to help provide facilities

Some 40mm of rain could fall over two or three hours later this week

Secamb bosses described behaviours outlined in an independent report as “completely unacceptable”

Fire crews have been checking apartment blocks since the fire

A report by consultancy firm Oxera forecasts the impact of increased border checks to be £1bn

Local campaigner Robert Mouland pumped more than £9,000 of his own money into the project

Gravesham and Thanet haven’t settled any under the scheme so far, but have committed to do so by 2020

Officers stopped dozens of drivers last week while on patrol in an unmarked LGV

The Home Office this week approved a proposal from the Essex PCC to govern the county’s fire service

Engineers are working to upgrade London Bridge, Cannon Street, Waterloo East and Blackfriars

Two men both from Liverpool, were arrested on suspicion of money laundering but have since been released

The piece by the artist, best known for creating the Angel of the North, will be completely submerged beneath the sea at high tide

The operator saw overall satisfaction increase to 81 per cent in Transport Focus’ spring survey

The team of four completed the challenge in 15 hours and 37 minutes

Stephen Else was sentenced to 12 years and four months in prison on Friday

The number of sexual offences logged by the force rose by almost a third

Shepway District Council has defended the visit, insisting it will bring “major benefits for minimal financial outlay”

One in five children also begin primary school overweight or obese

Teaching unions recently forecast “apocalyptic” cuts of a staggering £40m across Kent by 2020

Callers reported up to one metre of water in some homes in the west of the county

Some 12 MPs wrote a six-page letter to rail minister Paul Maynard in response to a recent consultation

They will support Lord-Lieutenant of Kent, Viscount De L’Isle

Weather chiefs say lightning may also disrupt power networks over the coming days

Charity counsellors made 108 referrals to police and children’s services last year, up from 78 in 2015/16

Do you know your Adam Riley from your Adam Rouse?

Council leader Paul Carter will see his allowance soar by more than £6,000

Council leader Paul Carter has defended the increase following a backlash

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