The Security and Economic Crime Minister, Ben Wallace, has welcomed the NCA's announcement that it has successfully secured the first two unexplained wealth orders (UWOs) granted since their introduction in January. The NCA will use these orders to investigate assets …
Today's Home Office and Equalities coverage of interest includes stories on discrimination in the workplace and the Tier 2 visa cap.
The Home Affairs Select Committee has published a report today that criticises the Home Office's preparations for the UK's departure from the EU. Below we respond to a number of their concerns.
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest focuses on a new software tool that can automatically detect terrorist content before it is uploaded.
Today's Home Office related stories include a report by Leicester University about sex workers online, claims that shoplifting is on the rise and calls for internet companies to do more to tackle online child sexual exploitation.
Metropolitan Police crime statistics The Telegraph and Mail report on crime statistics from the Metropolitan Police. The Mail says that there were 5,448 burglaries in the force’s area last month compared to 4,485 in December 2016, while the Telegraph claims …
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories on the inquest into the tragic death of Poppi Worthington.
Victoria Atkins, the Minister for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability, has responded to claims that the Metropolitan Police would invest more into addressing knife crime if it were given more resources.
Today (26 December) the Guardian has published an article reporting on claims it says have been made by two whistleblowers. There are a number of claims in the article which focus on the accusation that caseworkers are prioritising more profitable …