The Home Secretary has offered the Metropolitan Police his full support following an update on the police response to the demonstrations in central London. Receiving an update from Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick this morning, the Home Secretary said that despite …
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.
This fact sheet aims to set out some of the key information in the EU citizens’ policy paper, published today.
The main stories of interest to the Home Office this morning relate to a report into terrorism suspects using human rights laws to avoid being deported and news that there have been record civil penalty fines given to HGV drivers.
Today's Home Office media coverage includes reports on the Prime Minister's outline of proposals for the rights of EU citizens living in the UK and on calls from the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) for a discussion on police funding.
Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis got to grips with Border Force operations during a visit to Heathrow Airport. Immigration Minister @BrandonLewis visits @HeathrowAirport to see Border Force operations: https://t.co/UgH7RVwVae pic.twitter.com/KMa3U71uAp — Home Office (@ukhomeoffice) June 22, 2017
Media coverage relating to the Home Office today focuses on the announcements made during the Queen's Speech. There has also been further coverage of funding for the Metropolitan Police and of the Grenfell Fire tower.
Today's Home Office media coverage focuses on police resources and an alleged fall in applications for National Insurance numbers from EU migrants.
There are a number of remarks in the press and running on broadcast media that suggest that the Metropolitan Police’s budget will be cut by £400million. The Government is not reducing the Metropolitan Police’s budget by £400 million. Police spending …