Today's Home Office related news coverage includes the seizure of 79 handguns by Border Force officers in Northern France, a report into the funding of extremism and the extension of the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme.
Today's newspaper coverage includes articles focusing on comments made by the independent reviewer of terrorism legislation around extremist online content and calls for the government to publish a review into deaths in police custody. This morning's Victoria Derbyshire Show also …
Today's Home Office related news coverage includes a National Audit Office report into online fraud, the potential deportation of a foreign national offender and a letter sent by the Police Federation regarding the standards of police officers driving to emergency incidents.
There are a number of routes through which those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire can get help and advice about immigration and passport related matters.
Today's Home Office related coverage includes the Crown Prosecution Service's announcement that there is sufficient evidence to charge six individuals with criminal offences following the Hillsborough disaster and news that a judge has been appointed to lead the inquiry into …
The Home Secretary has today written to David Anderson QC after he agreed to provide independent assurance of the internal reviews by MI5 and the police into the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester.
The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd finished a two day trip (26 – 27 June) to Ottawa, Canada where she joined counter-parts from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US to take a united stand against international threats.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes the Prime Minister’s proposal of a “major national investigation” into cladding on buildings, the introduction by the government of new measures to protect women and girls from crimes committed overseas as part of its Domestic …
Today's Home Office media coverage includes reporting on the government's proposals on the rights of EU citizens following Brexit and social media companies coming together to create a forum to counter terrorism.
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube have announced the formation of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism. The announcement was made in blogs published on their websites. The Home Secretary has welcomed the news.