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'Kent deserves better than being turned into a car park because of Boris Johnson’s reckless unwillingness to take a no-deal off the table,' say Lib Dems.
Moveable concrete barrier to replace the chaotic Operation Brock no-deal Brexit system to manage traffic jams on the M20.
"A complete waste of time and money" - but it will take 48 hours to stand down Operation Brock.
Motorists brand works in preparation for potential no-deal queues ‘chaos’ and ‘complete waste of time’.
A plan to manage traffic congestion on a Kent motorway has come into force as part of plans for a no-deal Brexit.
Operation Brock to cause major disruption around M20 despite likelihood of extension from EU.
The European Arrest Warrant will no longer be valid if the UK leaves the EU without a deal on 31 October.
Government must close loophole in law, says officer in charge of no-deal planning.
Portsmouth and Dover have done what they can to prepare for no deal but say latest funding will make no difference
The government has announced an extra £2.1bn of funding to prepare for a no-deal Brexit - doubling the amount of money it has set aside this year.
How could you be affected if the UK does leave the EU without an agreement?
British farmers in Kent are worried ahead of Brexit. Many have accused the government of not being up to scratch in the negotiations. They would like another referendum.
A 17-year-old German exchange student is in a serious condition in hospital after he was attacked by a group of teenagers, leaving him with severe head injuries that required emergency surgery.
'It would only work for the richest', Labour leader says.
Emergency plans for Kent are going full steam ahead as the county prepares for chaos.
The odds of crashing out of the EU with No-Deal are rising - and here's why that's a bit of a worry.
David Figgis told Channel 4 Dispatches he voted for something 'better for my country' but 'personally it's a disaster'. / A fruit farmer from Faversham voted for Brexit even though he says it could be catastrophic for his business because he won’t be able to recruit any workers.
Cabinet said to be unhappy at plans to divert officers to Kent while knife crime soars
Temporary steel barrier to be installed to allow lorries travelling to Europe to be held on the coastbound carriageway.
NHS trust exploring possibility of workers staying overnight if no deal leads to chaos on roads.
Leaked report shows authorities were urged to avoid disclosing ‘potentially damaging information’ on preparations.
'It is prudent that schools begin to plan for possibility of disruption following Brexit'