The Government is committed to tackling Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (CSEA) in all its forms and to protect children from this terrible crime. In a speech to the NSPCC on 3 September 2018, the Home Secretary demonstrated his personal …
Today's Home Office media stories include online child sex abuse, the immigration salary threshold, detective numbers and academic visas. Online child sexual abuse There is widespread coverage of the NSPCC calling on the Government to prioritise young people’s online safety …
Today, the Home Secretary wrote in City AM about asking the Migration Advisory Committee to review and advise on salary thresholds for the new future immigration system, which will take effect from 2021.
The Home Secretary Sajid Javid has today (Monday 24 June) asked the Migration Advisory Committee to review and advise on salary thresholds for the new future immigration system, which will take effect from 2021.
Today's leading stories include the calls for a review into Home Office privatised visa system and figures on police leave due to stress.
Today's leading stories include the EU Settlement Scheme statistics and artists boycotting the Bradford Literature Festival.
Today's leading stories include calls from the Co-op for further action to prevent attacks against shopworkers, an increase in fraud cases and a comment piece in the Express penned by the Home Secretary.
The EU Settlement Scheme has been fully open to the public since 30 March 2019. On Thursday 30 May 2019, the Home Secretary announced that over 750,000 applications had now been received.
Today's leading stories include calls for venues to be required to prepare dedicated security plans and for the UK to commit to offering protection to further refugees.
Today the Home Secretary announced he has provisionally allocated £35 million to Police and Crime Commissioners in 18 local areas to set up violence reduction units. Violence reduction units will take a multi-agency approach, bringing together police, local government, health, …
Today's leading stories include coverage of violence in London and a commitment from the Home Secretary to provide sanctuary for a further 5,000 refugees from 2020.