Today's Home Office stories include reporting on the Cabinet’s discussion of what a future migration system should look like post-Brexit.
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Today’s Home Office stories include on the Salisbury suspects’ interview with the state-funded broadcaster Russia Today in which they denied involvement. Elsewhere there are Home Office stories relating to European Court of Human Rights ruling that the Government’s mass surveillance …
Minister for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability writes for Politics Home on the Government's unwavering determination to tackle the cruel practice of Female Genital Mutilation.
Today’s Home Office related stories include about queues at passport control at Heathrow Airport.
Following advice from senior clinicians, the Home Secretary has used an exceptional power to grant a Schedule 1 licence to allow Billy Caldwell to be treated with cannabis oil.
Today’s Home Office-related stories include the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation’s report into the Westminster terror attack, a Independent Chief Inspector of Borders Immigration report and the Home Secretary’s appearance in front of the Home Affairs Select Committee.
This afternoon, an independent report into the emergency response to the Manchester Arena attack has been published.
Yesterday marked the seventh anniversary of the start of the war in Syria.