Today's Home Office stories include calls for the 'good character' citizenship test for children to be scrapped, and reporting that criminal gangs are exploiting a legal loophole to entice young children to act as drug mules. MPs urged to scrap …
The Minister for Policing and the Fire Service, Brandon Lewis, has responded to a report by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary on effectiveness of policing. Brandon Lewis, the Minister for Policing and the Fire Service, said: Having confidence in your …
The Minister for Policing and the Fire Service, Brandon Lewis, has visited the Police Rehabilitation Centre at Flint House in Goring-on-Thames.
Today's Home Office-related news focuses on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK after we leave the European Union.
Today's Home Office-related news includes comments from the National Police Chiefs’ Council on indecent images.
The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has announced a series of senior Whitehall moves today (Monday, 27 February) including the appointment of Mark Sedwill as the UK’s new National Security Adviser, succeeding Sir Mark Lyall Grant who is retiring.
Today's Home Office-related news includes articles focusing on the UK's migration policy once it leaves the European Union and the case of a British convicted killer who has returned to Britain after his deportation from the US.
This fact sheet outlines the ways that the Government is providing vital support to the most vulnerable children caught up in conflict and danger.
This fact sheet aims to clarify some of the key information around what permanent residence documentation is.
Today's Home Office-related news includes coverage of the latest net migration figures and comments made by the Security Minister in Parliament yesterday.
The Government's Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement (VPR) scheme has now helped resettle more than 5,000 Syrian refugees in the UK, the latest Home Office immigration statistics have revealed.