Today's Home Office in the media stories include an investigation by the Guardian into immigration detention centres, and the case involving a woman who has become the target of the UK's first unexplained wealth order.
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Participating in the meeting of interior ministers invited to Lyon as part of the G6 (France, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, Poland), the Home Secretary, answered Le Monde’s questions on security, immigration and Brexit.
Today's Home Office stories include the Police Federation's dispute over police pay, the visa extension granted to an NHS couple, and the Court of Appeal ruling on the Dubs Amendment.
The Home Office responds to the Court of Appeal ruling handed down today on the Dubs Amendment, and clarifies the details of the ruling.
Today's Home Office related stories include comments from the Home Secretary on the future security relationship with the EU after Brexit, and the case of Kweku Adoboli.
The Home Office responds to media coverage on funding for Operation Grange.
Today's Home Office stories include the launch of a new county lines coordination centre.
Today's Home Office related stories include a report by Migration Watch on the number of illegal migrants in the UK.
Today’s Home Office stories include the Migration Advisory Committee report on EEA migration and post-Brexit policing.
Today’s Home Office stories include the Migration Advisory Committee's EEA migration report and county lines.
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Home Office in the media is the Home Office's blog on the latest topical home affairs issues. It features a review of leading media stories, responses to breaking news, rebuttal to inaccurate reports, and ministerial comment.
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