Home Secretary Amber Rudd and German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière met in London on 19 April to exchange expertise on security and the fight against terrorism, and to discuss efforts to tackle the international migration crisis. They reaffirmed their commitment …
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) today published its annual assessment of the state of policing in England and Wales for 2016. A Ministerial statement on the report is below. Brandon Lewis, Minister for Policing and the Fire Service, said: The …
Today's Home Office news relates to speculation over future pledges on migration, increased training of armed police officers to combat vehicle-related terror attacks and reports from the Child Commissioner about child sexual abuse.
Today’s Home Office related news includes the arrest of Indian businessman Vijay Mallya, who is facing extradition to India, and comments made by the Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick around her priorities for the force.
The Sentencing Council has now published new Magistrates’ Court Sentencing Guidelines on animal cruelty offences covered by the Animal Welfare Act 2006.
Today’s Home Office related news includes an interview with Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick at the start of her first week in the role and coverage of new proposals for a scheme to ensure failed asylum seekers and foreign national …
The Home Secretary has issued a message to Sikh communities in the UK as they celebrate the festival of Vaisakhi.
Today’s Home Office related news includes coverage of Metropolitan Police statistics on gun and knife crime in the capital, comments from senior peers on the treatment of Christian refugees and an investigation into terrorist and child pornography content on Facebook.
Security Minister Ben Wallace has written an opinion article on the Prevent Strategy for Asian Image magazine.
In recent days there has been media coverage focusing on the class B drug known as 'Spice' after Greater Manchester Police reported an increase in the number of Spice-related incidents.