Today's leading stories include coverage of the extradition of Hashem Abedi, the brother of the Manchester Arena bomber, an APPG report into the Test of English for International Communication and councils' opposition to the Rough Sleeping Support Service.
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Today's leading stories include reports into the victims of trafficking and a high court ruling on the use of child informants.
Today's leading stories include a report on facial recognition technology and a cocaine seizure at Harwich port.
Today's leading stories include continued coverage of the NSPCC conference on online child safety and the arrest of several people involved in a people smuggling operation.
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.
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'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.
Today's leading stories include Serco lock-change notices and Julian Assange
Today's Home Office media stories include a court being told that MI5 kept material illegally, public appointments, child informants, and an extradition request for Julian Assange.
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Home Office in the media is the Home Office's blog on the latest topical home affairs issues. It features a review of leading media stories, responses to breaking news, rebuttal to inaccurate reports, and ministerial comment.