Today’s Home Office related stories include articles regarding nearly 500 sex offenders who are "missing". The Guardian also reports that plans to 'deport' two academics have been dropped.
Today’s Home Office-relate coverage includes the ongoing investigation in Salisbury, the individual case of Albert Thompson and Britain First pages on Facebook.
Today's Home Office-related business includes the launch of the Government's consultation on the Domestic Abuse Bill.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes a report by Hope Not Hate, which focuses on far-right terrorism. Other coverage focused on the threat level from Northern Ireland-related terrorism to Great Britain, and the disclosure of files relating to Orgreave.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes the Modern Day Slavery Taskforce meeting, the Investigatory Powers Act and longer sentences to help tackle knife crime.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes an op-ed written by the Home Secretary on domestic violence and a Guardian report on Metropolitan Police funding.
Today’s Home Office-related stories include the Office for National Statistics figures on net migration, Home Office figures relating to the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme, the Home Office’s policy towards retirement age ex-Commonwealth citizens and claims of a hunger strike …
The Home Office responds to the latest set of quarterly and annual statistics published by the Department and the Office for National Statistics.
Today's Home Office and Equalities coverage of interest includes stories on discrimination in the workplace and the Tier 2 visa cap.
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest focuses on a new software tool that can automatically detect terrorist content before it is uploaded.