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Police have confirmed it is investigating a number of child abuse allegations within Kent football.

Kelly Tolhurst believes her constituency should have been consulted on the move which leaves Rochester high street with just one bank

It comes after length queues at airport and ferry terminal controls this week

The Faversham and Mid Kent MP is calling for the introduction of a fresh seasonal agricultutrual workers scheme

Police are still appealing for information about the smash

It will include changes to some key commuter routes and alterations to Sunday services

Going public for the very first time to coincide with World AIDS Day this week, Lee Stay opens up about his incredible health hurdles

Figures just released show a full breakdown of statistics for 2015 with big rises apparent despite the problems caused by the likes of Operation Stack

Met Office warns of plunging temperatures in the south east, with icy nights and chilly days

Police were called on Saturday afternoon

It is estimated horticulture employs more than 80,000 seasonal workers and this will increase to 95,000 by 2021

Thanet North MP Sir Roger Gale said he was opposed to any move that might affect A&E services

John Simmonds says KCC was hoping to be offered an increased tax precept or early access to the Better Care Fund

Aram Rawf is now a British citizen working as an assistant manager at a Broadstairs hotel

Work Routes is a scheme tasked with getting more than 5,000 people back into employment

It has also been revealed that some 40 schools across the county began the academic year without a head teacher

Sky Arts’ Landscape Artist of the Year, filmed in Thanet, is broadcast at 8pm this evening

Restorative Justice focuses on the rehabilitation of offenders through reconciliation with victims

The Broadstairs campaigner caused a national stir when leaked footage showed her saying she had not found a definition of anti-Semitism she could work with

The president-elect said the Ukip leader, who lives in Westerham, would do a “great job” and that “many people” wanted to see him as the UK’s senior diplomat in Washington

A leaked audit said spending in South Thanet and Rochester & Strood broke rules which say the money must be spent on European Parliament business, not domestic campaigns

Police have launched a witness appeal

Police and election watchdogs are investigating claims that the Conservatives broke spending rules in the constituency last year

Kent is also set for strong winds of up to 50mph

The government is appealing against a High Court decision saying parliamentary approval must be sought

It is understood the school is not involved in the incident and is operating as normal

Delayed passengers received £2.2million from the company

A leaked audit said spending in South Thanet and Rochester & Strood broke rules which say the money must be spent on European Parliament business, not domestic campaigns

But most of us are likely to miss it, say the experts...and it won’t last for long

The Ukip-controlled authority would normally hold £20m in rainy day cash but unexpected events have seen it now only have £6.2m

It comes after the site owners sold its other major venture in Kent, the Discovery Park business estate in Sandwich

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