Today's Home Office-related media coverage includes reporting on a suspected hate crime in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, further discussion of acid attacks and a report of an illegal immigrant entering the UK.
There are a number of high-profile stories relevant to the Home Office running this morning with coverage of police funding, new immigration checks on bank account holders, and funding for an investigation into child sexual abuse allegations.
There continues to be widespread coverage of the Prime Minister’s speech on extremist content online. Media also report on unaccompanied asylum-seeking children.
Today's newspapers report on warnings over the threat of extremist content online and the UK's future security co-operation with the EU.
There continues to be widespread coverage of the investigation into the Parsons Green terrorist attack. The papers also preview a position paper on the UK's future security co-operation with the EU due to be published today.
The media report this morning on the the Biometrics Commissioner's annual report. The Evening Standard and Independent continue their investigation into modern slavery in the UK.
Today's newspapers and broadcasters report on the police pay award for 2017/18, while the Independent and Evening Standard have launched a joint investigation into modern slavery.
Today's newspapers report on modern slavery experienced by Vietnamese nationals in the UK and the sentencing of a couple convicted of people smuggling.
Today's newspapers report that the Government is set to raise police officers' pay above 1% and that there has been an increase in the number of EU nationals returned to their home country from the UK.
Today's news coverage includes reports that the Metropolitan Police has requested further funding for its investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.