Kent's Police and Crime Commissioner Ann Barnes has said that she is worried that the county's force may be facing further cuts - just two years after its budget was slashed by 20 per cent.
The commissioner has been visiting villagers campaigning against potential cuts, even though she admits that at the moment it is 'just a rumour. Andy Dickenson reports.
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