Today’s media stories related to the Home Office include coverage on calls for further funding for police forces and possible counter-terrorism measures.
Today's media stories related to the Home Office include reports on the police powers statistics for England & Wales published yesterday and a story about protests outside abortion clinics.
Today's Home Office coverage includes our announcement of a consultation on the use of body-worn video cameras by police.
The main Home Office-related stories in the media today cover comments by the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, Max Hill QC, and a report from Migration Watch on future immigration policy.
The main Home Office-related stories in the media today include coverage of a Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services(HMICFRS) report on modern slavery which says that some police chiefs “ignore” the issue, and claims that Romanian criminals are allegedly using a …
Today's Home Office media stories include coverage of police officer numbers, plans to change legislation on marriage certificates to add mothers' details and our policy on EEA nationals who are sleeping rough.
The main Home Office-related media coverage this morning relates to the publication of the latest crime statistics, Norfolk Constabulary's plans to get rid of police community support officers (PCSOs) and an update in the visa case of Marianne Rawlins.
This morning, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published the latest crime statistics for England and Wales for the year ending June 2017.
Home Office media stories of interest today include coverage the Prime Minister’s open letter to EU citizens living in the UK.
Home Office stories of interest today include coverage of comments on counter-terrorism by the Director General of MI5, Andrew Parker, the spike in hate crime offences, and the Home Secretary’s appearance at the Home Affairs Select Committee.