Yesterday marked the seventh anniversary of the start of the war in Syria.
Today’s Home Office and Government Equalities Office related coverage includes changes to the immigration health surcharge and a report published by the Institute of Financial Studies on wage progression.
Darren Osborne, 48, was yesterday found guilty of murdering Makram Ali, 51, and has today been sentenced to life in prison, with a minimum term of 43 years. Responding to the sentencing, Home Secretary, Amber Rudd said: Nothing will make …
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories on the Finsbury Park attacker, and an independent review of Sharia Councils.
The headline to an Independent article today – ‘Grenfell Tower survivors could be deported within days as immigration amnesty expires’ – is highly misleading.
Today's Home Office-related stories including a Border Force seizure, a Court of Appeal ruling on the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act and Tier 2 visas.
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories on online sexual grooming, survivors of terror attacks and knives in schools.
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories on yesterday's crime statistics, the appointment of Sara Khan as head of the Commission for Countering Extremism, and the first annual report from the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation.
The Home Office announced Sara Khan will be the new lead Commissioner for Countering Extremism. Ms Khan is expected take up her post in the next month and the role is for a period of 3 years. The Commission has …
Ahead of the publication of the Office for National Statistics crime statistics today (25 January), the Home Secretary Amber Rudd writes in Red Box about the robust approach the Government is taking to tackling serious violent crime.