It's being described as the biggest shake-up in local government in the south east for decades. Plans have been unveiled to create one district council, covering most of East Kent. It would mean merging Thanet, Canterbury, Dover and Shepway councils to cut costs. But it could lead to more than a hundred job losses. The proposals could be approved by councillors tonight. Tom Savvides speaks to pub landlord Clive Franklyn, the leader of Thanet District Council Chris Wells, residents of Canterbury and Professor Richard Scase.