Thousands of homes are without power and travel is disrupted as Storm Imogen brings high winds and heavy rain to parts of Britain.
David Cameron is to warn that migrant camps like the "Jungle" in Calais could appear in south-east England if the UK votes to leave the EU.
Ferry services are cancelled, with warnings of 80mph winds as Storm Imogen approaches the south and west of England.
Prayers are said for a 52-year-old teacher whose death at her home sparked a manhunt across Kent.
Seventy years after George Orwell published an essay on what makes the perfect pub, BBC news looks at how the author's views are influencing the micropub movement.
Sahr Kabba's late strike earns Welling a point at home against fellow strugglers Altrincham in the National League.
Swindon fail to score for a third consecutive game as they draw at promotion-chasing Gillingham.
A man detained in connection with the death of a woman in Kent has yet to be questioned by police while he recovers from injuries.
A driver is fighting for his life in hospital following a head-on crash on the on the A259 in Kent on Friday evening.
Eight people are injured in a crash between a minibus and a car in Capel-le-Ferne, near Folkestone in Kent.
A 54-year-old man is detained by police following an armed manhunt after a woman died in Benenden village in Kent.
Passengers were kept on the train for about 90 minutes during a manhunt at the station and across the county.
A dual carriageway that was closed when a sinkhole opened up underneath a slip road reopens.
The family of a man who was killed when a tyre exploded in his face say they have been through 10 years of "hell".
Rather than inspiring vigilance, some e-fits provoke hilarity and ridicule.
Green exposures - striking images from latest International Garden Photographer of the Year competition.
Home Secretary Theresa May admits fearing she had created a "monster" by setting up police and crime commissioners in England and Wales.
Two people who left a man for dead with multiple head wounds in his Maidstone home have been found guilty of murder.
National League side Bromley part company with manager Mark Goldberg following a run of one win in 10 league games.