There have been repeated false claims in the media today that the £40m funding underpinning the new Serious Violence Strategy will be “top-sliced”from policing budgets.
At today’s launch of the Serious Violence Strategy, the Home Secretary made reference to the following piece of Home Office work around police resources: The provisional funding settlement in December 2017 followed a robust assessment which included a period of …
Today’s Home Office main story is the launch of the Serious Violence Strategy.
Today’s Home Office top stories are on violent crime rates in London and on the deadline for companies to disclose their gender pay gaps.
Tonight is the deadline for companies in the private sector to report their gender pay gap. A statement from the Home Secretary can be found below:
The BBC has published a story on police releasing people arrested for violent crimes without bail since the 28-day limit on pre-charge bail was introduced. We have a statement on changes to the law surrounding pre-charge bail.
Today’s Home Office-related stories include the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation’s report into the Westminster terror attack, a Independent Chief Inspector of Borders Immigration report and the Home Secretary’s appearance in front of the Home Affairs Select Committee.
This afternoon, an independent report into the emergency response to the Manchester Arena attack has been published.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes a report by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) into harassment at the workplace, Special Grant funding for the investigation into the disappearance of Madeline McCann and the release of the latest figures for …