There is coverage in today’s newspapers and on broadcast media of the case of a man born and raised in the UK who had found he was not considered a British citizen. We have since clarified the facts in this …
Today’s top stories concerning the Home Office include the Telegraph’s coverage of a report into the government's use of Deportation with Assurances and the visa case of 21-year old Brian White.
There is extensive coverage across the newspapers this morning of the net migration figures published yesterday, student migration and new exit check data on those leaving the UK.
Today's media coverage includes reports on migration statistics, the Home Secretary's commission to the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) on students, Home Office letters sent in error to EU citizens and images stored on the Police National Database.
Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis responds to the latest set of net migration figures.
There are media reports that Eva Holmberg, a Finnish national living in the UK, has received a letter from the Home Office informing her that she was liable for removal from the UK. Various outlets have reported that this appears …
The main Home Office related news in the media today focuses on a Migration Watch report on the government's net migration target and further coverage on the future of Operation Grange – the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
Today's media coverage includes an update on funding for the Metropolitan Police investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and further reporting on online hate crime and abuse.
The main news relating to the Home Office today includes the Crown Prosecution Service’s announcement that they are cracking down on online hate crime, and reports that work has begun in government to tighten regulations around renting vehicles after the …
News relevant to the Home Office today includes extensive coverage of the terrorist attacks in Spain and follow-up reports on immigration policy after Brexit.