Today’s Home Office stories include the use of stop-and-search powers by police and calls for the drug known as Spice to be re-classified as a Class A drug.
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Today’s Home Office stories include reports on the Home Secretary's visit to the US to meet tech firms to discuss progress tackling online child sexual exploitation, and knife crime.
Today’s Home Office stories include yesterday's Home Affairs Select Committee, research into knife detectors and police funding in the Budget.
Today’s Home Office stories include the desistance and disengagement deradicalisation programme, the Home Office’s settled status scheme and hit and run cases.
Today's Home Office stories include on the Home Secretary's apology for the Government unlawfully requiring DNA samples from people seeking to visit or stay in the UK. There are also stories on stop and search figures and medicinal cannabis.
The Home Secretary has today (24 October 2018) issued a statement on the death of Jamal Khashoggi.
Today’s Home Office media stories include the National Audit Office report into how a Brexit no-deal could affect the UK border; there is also reporting on the so-called 'Beatles' fighters.
Today’s Home Office media stories include the Home Affairs Select Committee’s report on stalking and domestic abuse; child refugees and comments by the former Met Chief, Lord Bernard Hogan-Howe who has called on a review of whether cannabis should be …
Today’s Home Office media stories include the Hate Crime Action Plan, modern slavery, moped criminals and domestic abuse.
Today’s Home Office media stories include specialist doctors being able to prescribe medicinal cannabis from next month; an inquiry into abuse at Brook House detention centre, and the Home Secretary confirming that there are no plans to remove the Tier …