Yesterday marked the seventh anniversary of the start of the war in Syria.
Today’s Home Office coverage includes arr figures on the number of arrests at airports for drunken behaviour and rural crime.
Today's Home Office coverage includes action to tackle child sexual exploitation, hate crime statistics and the National Crime Agency's briefing on modern slavery.
News relevant to the Home Office today includes coverage of the Home Secretary's opinion piece in the Sun regarding Prevent, and the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) briefing on the same subject. There is also further coverage of the Home …
Today, the Sun carried a comment piece by the Home Secretary on the importance of the Prevent strategy. This week there has been extensive media coverage of comments by Commander Dean Haydon (head of Counter-terrorism command at the Metropolitan Police) …
This week, there have been various media reports on the four week consultation on the withdrawal of landing cards, announced on Saturday (5 August).
In the news today there are reports on police stop-and-search powers and the conviction of two people smugglers stopped by Border Force officers in Northern France.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd writes about important reforms to stop and search powers and how progress has been made with its use.
News relevant to the Home Office today includes coverage of the four-week consultation on replacing landing cards and the future of the European Arrest Warrant. Landing cards consultation The Times has published a front page story about the Home Office …
News relevant to the Home Office today includes coverage of the announcement of a major forum of experts to tackle motorcycle crime, the evaluation of the Government's previous drugs strategy and terrorist content online.
Today, the Mail on Sunday’s front page reports nearly 400 stations with front counters allowing the public to talk face-to-face with officers have been shut down across England and Wales in less than ten years.