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Murder investigation after body found on railway tracks

A murder inquiry is underway after a body was found on railway tracks on the Kent London border.

At first it was believed the death at Knockholt Station on the Sevenoaks to London line was not suspicious, or an accident.

But murder squad detectives were called in after reports that a young man was chased onto the railway line on Sunday evening.

John Ryall reports from Knockholt, near Sevenoaks.

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Britain First leaders plead not guilty to alleged hate crimes

Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen leaving Sevenoaks Magistrates Court Credit: ITV

The leaders of the controversial far-right political group Britain First will stand trial for religiously aggravated harassment.

It's alleged Paul Golding and his deputy Jayda Fransen posted videos online during the trial of three muslim men and one teenager in Kent.

The both pleaded not guilty today when they appeared at Sevenoaks Magistrates Court.

They live in Penge, south east London, and have been given conditional bail until their trial.

Abigail Bracken reports.

Police appeal for missing 80-year old from Sevenoaks

Missing Ken Henson Credit: Kent Police

Police are appealing for information for a missing 80-year old man from Sevenoaks.

Ken Henson hasn't been seen since the evening of Thursday 25th May.

He is described as white, 5ft 7in tall with grey hair and bald on top with a short beard.

If anyone has seen Mr Henson or knows where he is, they are asked to contact Kent Police.

Ken Henson Credit: Kent Police

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Businessmen want to help track down violent burglars

A reward of twenty thousand pounds is being offered to help catch a gang of burglars responsible for a shocking attack on an elderly couple.

It's being put up by a group of businessmen who were appalled at the violence of the assault. The pensioners were tortured for two hours and had boiling water poured over them at their home near Sevenoaks. Tom Savvides reports.

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