Today's Home Office stories include public attitudes on immigration, the Kweku Adoboli Case and modern slavery victims.
This is the Government's response to the European Court of Human Rights judgment in the case of Big Brother Watch and Others v. the United Kingdom on its use of investigatory powers under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA). A …
Today’s Home Office stories include comments from the Police Superintendents’ Association on policing.
Following the Home Secretary’s commission earlier this month, the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs has today (Thursday 19 July) published its short-term review on the scheduling of cannabis-derived medicinal products.
Today (Wednesday 18 July), the leader of the proscribed group National Action, Christopher Lythgoe, was sentenced to eight years in prison following an investigation into a plot to murder Labour MP, Rosie Cooper. Matthew Hankinson was also found guilty of …
The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, has issued the following statement on the Amesbury investigation, after it was announced that Dawn Sturgess had died. Home Secretary Sajid Javid said: The death of Dawn Sturgess is shocking and tragic news and I …
The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, has issued the following statement on the Amesbury investigation, following confirmation from the police that two people were exposed to the nerve agent Novichok.
Following advice from senior clinicians, the Home Secretary has used an exceptional power to grant a Schedule 1 licence to allow Billy Caldwell to be treated with cannabis oil.
Today’s Home Office media stories include misdirected passengers at UK airports and claims the Telegram is being used as a mouthpiece for terrorism.