News coverage of the Home Office today includes the commitment from communication service providers to tackle extremist and terrorist content online.
Today's Home Office news coverage includes the triggering of Article 50 and comments around how technology companies deal with online extremist content.
Today’s news coverage includes the signing of the letter triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty, signalling the UK's intention to leave the European Union, and a protest at Stansted airport.
Today’s Home Office-related news coverage includes reports that the government is seeking views on introducing direct entry recruitment at chief police officer level in England and Wales and articles on the Home Secretary’s appearance at the Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) Council meeting …
There is coverage in today's media of the Home Secretary's comments on encrypted communications and extremist content online and continued coverage of the terrorist attack in Westminster last week.
The Home Secretary has today written in the Sunday Telegraph about the need for social media companies to take a more proactive and leading role in tackling the terrorist abuse of their platforms. She adds that we have the best police and …
The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has written for Police Oracle to thank the police for their bravery and professionalism following the attacks in Westminster. She also pays tribute to PC Keith Palmer who gave his life to keep others safe.
There is continued blanket media coverage of Wednesday's terrorism incident in Westminster.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has given the following statement in reaction to the Westminster attack. A fact sheet outlining the government's approach to Counter Terrorism is also contained at the bottom of this post.
Today's Home Office related news includes coverage of new air travel rules that will see certain electronic devices banned from cabins and articles on a Home Affairs Select Committee hearing on hate crime.