The Windrush generation were wronged by successive governments. To right those wrongs, the Windrush Compensation Scheme was established so that people can get compensation for their suffering. The scheme has been extended so that it will remain open until 2 …
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There has recently been some interest in the Rough Sleeping Support Service, with the media reporting that charities and local authorities were ‘secretly’ sending rough sleepers’ personal information to the Home Office.
Today's Home Office stories covers a report on the new Emergency Service Network communication system, deportations and Immigration Enforcement work.
Today’s Home Office stories cover forensic science, 101 calls and the DBS.
Today’s Home Office stories cover the latest crime statistics, right to rent and student visas.
Today's Home Office stories cover serious violence, visa fees and sanitary products in police custody.
Today’s Home Office stories include the extradition of Jack Shepherd, an email error related to the EU Settlement Scheme and a YouGov survey of the public’s concern around crime.
Today's Home Office stories cover a report on immigration detention, an asylum refusal letter and an extradition case.
Today's Home Office in the media blog focuses on coverage of knife crime.
Today’s Home Office stories include coverage of online grooming, immigration statistics and violent crime.
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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.