Today's Home Office stories include public attitudes on immigration, the Kweku Adoboli Case and modern slavery victims.
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Today’s Home Office stories include comments from the Police Superintendents’ Association on policing.
The Minister for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability, Victoria Atkins, writes about the threat of online child abuse.
Today’s Home Office related stories include calls for an increase in the use of stop and search powers to help tackle violent crime, the trial of the EU Settled Status scheme and changes to immigration rules.
Today’s Home Office related stories include a report from NFU Mutual into the cost of rural crime, and the letter from the British Airways CEO on queues at Heathrow.
Today (Monday 30 July 2018) - the United Nations World Day against Trafficking in Persons - the Home Office has announced plans to launch an independent review of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 to ensure our world-first legislation keeps in step …
Today’s Home Office in the media stories include a new Policy Exchange report on treason law, the Stephen Shaw Review, Economic Cost of Crime figures and public sector pay rises. Policy Exchange report The Telegraph, The Times and The Guardian cover a …
The proportionate use of investigatory and disruptive powers is essential to tackle the threat we face from terrorism and serious crime. Following the terrorist attacks last year, there has been a significant shift in the terrorist threat to the UK …
The Home Office has today published a Statement of Intent and draft Immigration Rules which set out further details about how EU citizens and their families can obtain settled status in the UK.