Today’s Home Office media stories include the announcement of the new Windrush scheme and reports from the Public Accounts Committee and the Science and Technology Committee.
In the media today there is coverage of the Home Office announcement on police pursuits and the anniversary of the Manchester bombing.
Today’s Home Office media stories include comments made on routinely arming of police and Tier 2 visas.
In the media today there is coverage surrounding the publication of Big Brother Watch’s report into facial recognition technology and research by the Internet Watch Foundation into the live streaming of child abuse.
In the media today there is widespread coverage of the concession on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between NHS Digital and the Home Office.
In the media today there is widespread coverage of the series of violent incidents over the bank holiday weekend and reports on criticism of decisions around indefinite leave to remain applications.
In the media today there is coverage of a new app the Home Office is developing to support EU citizens who apply for settled status.
Today’s main Home Office story in the media is the apology made by the Home Secretary Amber Rudd to the “Windrush” generation of migrants and police officers' mental health.
Today’s Home Office top stories are on an online petition set up calling for an immigration amnesty for anyone who arrived in the UK as a child between 1948 and 1971, and on a Migration Observatory report on the EU …
At today’s launch of the Serious Violence Strategy, the Home Secretary made reference to the following piece of Home Office work around police resources: The provisional funding settlement in December 2017 followed a robust assessment which included a period of …