• Princes Parade
    Article: Nov 9, 2018
    By Save Princes Parade in http://saveprincesparade.org/

    There is a Folkestone and Hythe District Council cabinet meeting being held on 12th December at 5pm where the Princes Parade business case will be discussed. The council have given notice that they intend to exclude the public for at least part of the meeting: the Save Princes Parade committee will be challenging that decision on your behalf.

  • Gary Fuller
    Article: Nov 8, 2018
    By Gary Fuller in Folkestone Herald - Talking Points

    The best example of work life balance I've seen was when I was working in Further Education. A colleague of mine worked part-time as a lecturer whilst his partner worked part-time in a primary school. I believe she was the deputy head. They shared parental responsibilities, led active lives and had their own small-holding.

  • Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) HQ (Image from the FCA media library, https://www.fca.org.uk/media/fca-building-3)
    Article: Nov 8, 2018

    The Financial Conduct Authority has published general information about how consumers may be affected by the UK's withdrawal from the EU:

    https://www.fca.org.uk/consumers/how-brexit-could-affect-you

    This update provides general information about how consumers may be affected by the UK's withdrawal from the EU as well as signposting to further detail. It outlines potential scenarios that may occur depending on whether an implementation period is agreed or not, as well as scam awareness information. It also indicates that consumers should hear directly from their financial providers if they are going to be directly affected by Brexit.

  • Trudy
    Article: Nov 2, 2018

    On Monday the Chancellor announced that he was providing £420m extra to councils for pothole and other urgent highways repairs. Kent can expect to receive about £10 million. Kent Liberal Democrat Group are calling for at least half of this extra money to be spent on long overdue pavement repairs.

    The backlog for pavement repairs in Kent has hit £84 million, leaving more than a third of paths and pavements across the county in a poor and potentially dangerous condition.

  • Gary Fuller
    Article: Nov 1, 2018
    By Gary Fuller in Folkestone Herald - Talking Points

    We're all human beings, born who and where we are through nothing more than luck. Some of us are unlucky enough to be born in places ruined by war, famine, disease, dictatorship, natural disasters or the consequences of history. Some human beings need our help. Some are simply looking for a chance at a better life. Some come to Britain.

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