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 …
HO News Team
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.
Today (26 December) the Guardian has published an article reporting on claims it says have been made by two whistleblowers. There are a number of claims in the article which focus on the accusation that caseworkers are prioritising more profitable …
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories around the impact of migration on the housing market.
The Home Secretary has urged businesses to do more to prevent modern slavery in supply chains, in a comment piece published today in the Evening Standard.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has published the police pay award for 2017.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes reports of the disruption of a major people smuggling operation, border security and police driving rules.