Yesterday marked the seventh anniversary of the start of the war in Syria.
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 marks 100 years since the 1918 Representation of the People Act was passed, allowing the first women to vote. The Home Secretary has written an article for The Times Red Box, reflecting on the achievements of the women who …
Darren Osborne, 48, was yesterday found guilty of murdering Makram Ali, 51, and has today been sentenced to life in prison, with a minimum term of 43 years. Responding to the sentencing, Home Secretary, Amber Rudd said: Nothing will make …
Ahead of the publication of the Office for National Statistics crime statistics today (25 January), the Home Secretary Amber Rudd writes in Red Box about the robust approach the Government is taking to tackling serious violent crime.
Today, Sunday 17 December, the Home Secretary and the Chancellor of the Exchequer have jointly written in the Sun on Sunday to announce that the Government will be increasing the counter terrorism policing budget by £50million. The Home Secretary and …
Today, the Immigration Minister recognises the crucial role EU citizens play in the UK construction industry in a comment piece published in Construction News.
Today, the Home Secretary outlines the government's plans to double the number of visas available under the Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) route, in a comment piece published in Computer Weekly.
Minister for Policing for the Fire Service outlines how the Government is giving officers the powers they need to keep people safe and assessing the demands they currently face.
The Home Secretary has urged businesses to do more to prevent modern slavery in supply chains, in a comment piece published today in the Evening Standard.