The Mail on Sunday has today published a front-page story (‘The UK Border Farce’, 31 December 2017) claiming that unpaid volunteers are set to become the “first line of defence against terrorists, people smugglers and organised crime gangs at hundreds of vulnerable air …
An article in the Times today (Red faces at Home Office after ‘black’ passport turns blue) incorrectly implies that the Home Office has misled the public about the colour of the new passport.
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’s media coverage of Home Office interest includes stories on laws against shoplifting, ‘boomerang’ fire bosses, and the police response to cannabis possession.
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 …
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories on new blue and gold passports, and UK firearm security.
The Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis has announced that the UK passport cover will be returning to a blue and gold design.
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories around the impact of migration on the housing market.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage of interest includes stories around intimidation in public life, and the status of EU citizens living in the UK.
The Home Office has published the provisional police funding settlement, detailing how much money each police force in England and Wales will receive in 2018/19. This amounts to a year-on-year increase of up to £450m across the police system for …