There continues to be widespread coverage of the Prime Minister’s speech on extremist content online. Media also report on unaccompanied asylum-seeking children.
HO News Team
Today's Home Office related coverage includes previews of the Prime Minister's speech on tackling terrorist content on the internet, and a rise in 999 calls.
Today's newspapers report on warnings over the threat of extremist content online and the UK's future security co-operation with the EU.
The Home Secretary has responded to the incident in Parsons Green this morning. Emergency services were called at approximately 8.20am to Parsons Green Underground Station following reports of a fire on the train. The Metropolitan Police Service have declared it a …
Today's newspapers and broadcasters report on the police pay award for 2017/18, while the Independent and Evening Standard have launched a joint investigation into modern slavery.
Today's newspapers report on modern slavery experienced by Vietnamese nationals in the UK and the sentencing of a couple convicted of people smuggling.
Today, the Home Office has released data on asset recovery using Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) powers for the past five years.
The Home Secretary has issued a message to Muslim communities in the UK as they celebrate Eid al-Adha, which marks the end of Hajj, the holy pilgrimage to Mecca.
The main Home Office stories in the media today include further coverage of prosecutions under the Psychoactive Substances Act involving nitrous oxide, the issue of a data leak of sensitive immigration data, and a report profiling the fines given out …
Today’s top stories concerning the Home Office include the Telegraph’s coverage of a report into the government's use of Deportation with Assurances and the visa case of 21-year old Brian White.