Today's Home Office-related coverage includes evidence given at the Home Affairs Select Committee inquiry into the Home Office's capacity to deliver immigration services, a High Court judgment, and calls for GPs to be added to the Shortage Occupation List.
Today (Tuesday October 10), a High Court judgement was handed down in respect of a judicial review, brought by Medical Justice, on aspects of the policy on adults at risk in immigration detention. Please find the Home Office response to the court …
The Home Secretary has urged businesses to do more to prevent modern slavery in supply chains, in a comment piece published today in the Evening Standard.
Today’s Home Office-related stories include coverage of the hearings held by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), a Crown Prosecution Service report into Violence against Women and Girls, and news that a Border Force officer has been arrested. …
Today’s Home Office-related stories include coverage of a rise in hate crimes against mosques, claims of racial profiling by Immigration Enforcement officers, and calls for the government to do more to tackle child grooming gangs.
Today's Home Office related stories include coverage of Wiltshire Police's investigation into allegations of child sexual abuse and the new Stalking Protection Orders the Government is introducing.
Today’s media coverage of interest to the Home Office includes speculation ahead of the publication of a report on Wiltshire Police's investigation into allegations of child abuse made against the former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath, and an update report …
Today’s Home Office-related stories include new proposals to ban the sale of acids to under-18s and a counter terrorism exercise.
Today’s Home Office-related stories include new proposals to stop people viewing terrorist material online and a year of the National Cyber Security Centre.
Today's Home Office media coverage includes further reports on funding for the Metropolitan Police investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.