The UK Government and EU have reached an agreement on the arrangements for EU citizens arriving in the UK and UK nationals arriving in the EU during the implementation period. These include the terms on which EU citizens will be able to stay here …
Home Office News Team
The Home Affairs Select Committee has published a report today that criticises the Home Office's preparations for the UK's departure from the EU. Below we respond to a number of their concerns.
An article in the Times today (Red faces at Home Office after ‘black’ passport turns blue) incorrectly implies that the Home Office has misled the public about the colour of the new passport.
Today’s Home Office-related stories include new proposals to stop people viewing terrorist material online and a year of the National Cyber Security Centre.
Today's Home Office media coverage includes further reports on funding for the Metropolitan Police investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
Today’s Home Office related stories include a review into police pursuits, the rights of EU citizens when we leave the European Union, and clandestines attempting to enter the UK.
Today's Home Office-related media coverage includes reporting on a suspected hate crime in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, further discussion of acid attacks and a report of an illegal immigrant entering the UK.
There are a number of high-profile stories relevant to the Home Office running this morning with coverage of police funding, new immigration checks on bank account holders, and funding for an investigation into child sexual abuse allegations.
There continues to be widespread coverage of the investigation into the Parsons Green terrorist attack. The papers also preview a position paper on the UK's future security co-operation with the EU due to be published today.
The media report this morning on the the Biometrics Commissioner's annual report. The Evening Standard and Independent continue their investigation into modern slavery in the UK.