Today’s Home Office media stories include further coverage of the major incident in Amesbury and the ongoing debate around the medicinal use of cannabis.
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Today’s papers cover the Home Office’s announcement that doctors and nurses are to be excluded from the cap on skilled worker visas, as well as the publication of the Home Office’s statistics on the operation of police powers under the Terrorism …
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The Home Office has launched a new advertising campaign to reduce knife crime among young people.
On top of today's net migration statistics, other Home Office stories of interest cover the number of illegal immigrants in Britain, and the use of helicopters across police forces.
This morning, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published the latest migration statistics quarterly report for the year ending June 2017.
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest include knife crime statistics, the process for asylum requests, Immigration Enforcement staffing, and a Bar Council report on immigration detention.
Today’s Home Office related coverage includes reports on the issue of so-called county lines, where drug gangs based in big cities take control of provincial drug markets.
Today's media stories related to the Home Office include reports on the police powers statistics for England & Wales published yesterday and a story about protests outside abortion clinics.
Today's Home Office coverage includes our announcement of a consultation on the use of body-worn video cameras by police.