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 …
Today's Home Office stories include the major incident in Wiltshire and the sentencing of a women for Modern Slavery offences.
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.
Today’s Home Office media stories include the Joint Committee on Human Rights report on Windrush and the nurse found guilty of sex trafficking.
Expert panel of clinicians The Government has announced the establishment of an expert panel of clinicians to advise Ministers on any licence applications to prescribe cannabis-related medicinal products in exceptional cases where there is an unmet clinical need. This will ensure …
Today’s Home Office media stories include moped crime and continuing coverage of stolen passports.
Today’s Home Office stories include stolen passports, the cost of UK visas and assistance for survivors of terror attacks.
This week marks the 70th anniversary of the arrival of the Empire Windrush. Across the country, numerous events are being held to celebrate the enormous contribution members of the Windrush generation have made to this country.
The Home Office has today published a Statement of Intent and draft Immigration Rules which set out further details about how EU citizens and their families can obtain settled status in the UK.
Today the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, introduced the Offensive Weapons Bill to the Houses of Parliament.
Today’s Home Office stories include the ongoing debate on cannabis legalisation and the nationalities of those contacting the Windrush hotline.