HO News Team
Following the incident in Westminster on Tuesday the Home Secretary and Security Minister have paid tribute to the professionalism of the emergency services who were immediately on the scene. As set out in our Counter Terrorism strategy CONTEST the scale …
The Minister for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability, Victoria Atkins, has written for The Voice about the vital role of communities in tackling serious violence.
Today’s Home Office in the media stories include the latest ONS crime statistics, the use of juvenile covert human intelligence sources, the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs advice on medicinal cannabis and the Windrush compensation scheme.
Today’s Home Office in the media stories include a report from Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) into the police response to hate crime and the sentencing of the leader of the far-right group, National Action.
Today (Wednesday 18 July), the leader of the proscribed group National Action, Christopher Lythgoe, was sentenced to eight years in prison following an investigation into a plot to murder Labour MP, Rosie Cooper. Matthew Hankinson was also found guilty of …
Today’s Home Office in the media stories include coverage of the Home Office’s #knifefree campaign, immigration statistics and ongoing negotiations on EU citizen registration.
Today’s Home Office in the media stories include the latest on the Amesbury incident.
Today’s Home Office in the media stories include the Home Secretary’s appearance in front of the Home Affairs Select Committee and a number of reports on medicinal cannabis.
The BBC has published a story on police releasing people arrested for violent crimes without bail since the 28-day limit on pre-charge bail was introduced. We have a statement on changes to the law surrounding pre-charge bail.