This fact sheet aims to set out some of the key information in the EU citizens’ policy paper, published today.
HO News Team
The main stories of interest to the Home Office this morning relate to a report into terrorism suspects using human rights laws to avoid being deported and news that there have been record civil penalty fines given to HGV drivers.
Media coverage relating to the Home Office today focuses on the announcements made during the Queen's Speech. There has also been further coverage of funding for the Metropolitan Police and of the Grenfell Fire tower.
Today's Home Office media coverage focuses on police resources and an alleged fall in applications for National Insurance numbers from EU migrants.
There are a number of remarks in the press and running on broadcast media that suggest that the Metropolitan Police’s budget will be cut by £400million. The Government is not reducing the Metropolitan Police’s budget by £400 million. Police spending …
Today's Home Office news coverage relates to the terrorist attack in Finsbury Park and the on-going efforts to help those affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Police officers were called to Seven Sisters Road in Finsbury Park, London, at 00:20 this morning, after a van collided with a group pedestrians outside the Muslim Welfare House. One man was pronounced dead at the scene and eight people …
The Home Office yesterday confirmed that the family of Syrian national Mohammad Alhajali, who was the first victim of the Grenfell fire to be formally identified, have been assisted in making arrangements for their travel to the UK. The Home …
Today's Home Office related coverage includes comments made by Google's chief business officer around online extremist content.
Today's Home Office news coverage includes the changes to pre-charge bail, the arrests of a number of people in connection with the attack on an asylum seeker and the tender of the new passport contract.