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Neil Acourt, along with his father-in-law Jack Vose, 63, from Bexley, and family friend Lee Birks, 55 from Orpington, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply class B drugs

Noye stabbed 21-year-old Stephen Cameron to death in a road-rage attach on the M25 in 1996

Services running across the whole Southeastern network may be delayed by up to 60 minutes or revised

The incident happened in the early hours of Thursday morning

London Ambulance Service

the 56-year-old will return to the force after leaving for the Foreign Office two years ago

Bernard Hogan-Howe

Brett Dempster, 36, of Pennine Way, was ordered to pay a contribution to compensation of £150

Bexleyheath

Police widen net in bid to find those responsible for theft from Hazel Road building

The 95-year-old grew up in Dartford, taught in Sidcup and for the Kent Music School after active role during the war

France

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This will be her biggest tour of her 50-year career

Canterbury

They’re bringing their slapstick adventure of chivalry, swordplay and suddenly falling over to the county

United Kingdom

The star is performing at Canterbury’s Marlowe Theatre in Million Dollar Quartet from Febrary 27-March 4.

The star

There will also be a fairytale fancy dress parade

EastEnders’ Shaun Williamson, and Only Fools and Horses’ Sue Holderness take lead roles in the comedy

Theresa May

The tour was announced in celebration of Roald Dahl’s centenary year

United Kingdom

Admission is free with a suggested donation of £3

University of Kent

The show is adapted into an hours length to help young audiences follow the story

Clare Baldock from Loose, near Maidstone, spent weeks revising the legal system ahead of writing Out of Court

The play is a black comedy set in 1980s Dublin

Dublin

Pete Carter and his band will be taking to the stage

Stand By Me looks back on The Drifters’ history, and trials and tribulations they faced

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