Yesterday marked the seventh anniversary of the start of the war in Syria.
Today’s Home Office related stories include articles regarding nearly 500 sex offenders who are "missing". The Guardian also reports that plans to 'deport' two academics have been dropped.
Today the Security and Economic Crime Minister, Ben Wallace, set out in the House of Commons the measures that the Government has introduced to tackle illicit funds and how it will continue to make the UK a hostile environment for …
Today’s Home Office-relate coverage includes the ongoing investigation in Salisbury, the individual case of Albert Thompson and Britain First pages on Facebook.
Today's Home Office-related business includes the launch of the Government's consultation on the Domestic Abuse Bill.
The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has today welcomed the appointment of Neil Basu as the Metropolitan Police's head of Specialist Operations.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes a report by Hope Not Hate, which focuses on far-right terrorism. Other coverage focused on the threat level from Northern Ireland-related terrorism to Great Britain, and the disclosure of files relating to Orgreave.
The Security and Economic Crime Minister, Ben Wallace, has welcomed the NCA's announcement that it has successfully secured the first two unexplained wealth orders (UWOs) granted since their introduction in January. The NCA will use these orders to investigate assets …
The UK Government and EU Commission have today (Monday 19 March) reached an agreement on the arrangements for EU citizens arriving in the UK and UK nationals arriving in the EU during the implementation period . These include the terms on which …
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes the Modern Day Slavery Taskforce meeting, the Investigatory Powers Act and longer sentences to help tackle knife crime.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes an op-ed written by the Home Secretary on domestic violence and a Guardian report on Metropolitan Police funding.