The money would be used to deliver an 'improved passenger experience at every step of the airport journey'.
Adult Social Care funding in Kent is to be cut by nearly £19 million - a 5.3% reduction on current spending.
An 11 year old boy from Kent has missed out on his first choice of school after he was told he lives too far away - by 12 inches.
A boy from Kent has missed out on a place at his preferred school, by a distance of just 12 inches! Tom Calladine from Tenham Teynham wanted to go to Fulston Manor School in Sittingbourne.
But he was beaten by a child living a fraction closer. Tom's mum claims officials have got it wrong. Malcolm Shaw takes up the story.
Fred Dinenage spoke to the head of Adult social services in Kent, Graham Gibbens, and began by asking him how much will be saved from the current care service budget of £350m?
Could more of us end up caring for our elderly and disabled relatives at home? Kent County Council wants to make drastic cuts to adult social services. That means fewer places in residential homes with more emphasis on care at home.
The council says it has to make savings of two hundred million pounds by 2015 - a large part of which will come from care budgets - a move which will affect thousands of families in the South East. Tom Savvides investigates.