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.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes reports of the disruption of a major people smuggling operation, border security and police driving rules.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures on deaths related to drugs and the guilty verdict in the so-called 'Three Musketeers' trial.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes the news that 60 people have died in the UK since December after taking fentanyl, a Class A drug that is said to be nearly 50 times more potent than heroin. It also covers publication …
Today’s main Home Office-related coverage is focused on the Home Secretary's visit to Silicon Valley and the seizure of child-like sex dolls by Border Force.
Today’s main Home Office-related coverage is focused on new powers in the Criminal Finances Act, Border Force, forced marriages and the number of road traffic police officers.
Today’s main Home Office-related coverage is largely focused on free movement post-Brexit and data on student migration.
Today’s Home Office related coverage largely focused on the MAC report on EU migration and anti-Semitic hate crime.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes reporting of yesterday’s publication of Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) annual statistics on deaths during or following police contact.