Yesterday marked the seventh anniversary of the start of the war in Syria.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes a High Court ruling on three judicial reviews relating to rough sleepers and a National Audit Office report into modern slavery.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes a clandestine who entered the UK via France. Clandestine incident The Mail reports that a Sudanese person was found underneath a school bus when the vehicle stopped in Ipswich on Tuesday 12 December. The paper …
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes stories on the Home Secretary’s announcement on economic crime and security at the Calais border.
Today, the Home Secretary has revealed that her father became a victim of a type of fraud known as a 'vishing' scam and why tackling fraud is so important to her. This was reported in the Evening Standard. You can read …
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes reforms to the police discipline system and new passport photo technology.
Economic crime affects everyone in the UK – it includes fraud, bribery, corruption and money laundering. This is not a victimless crime. Any person in this country can be the victim of fraud – whether at the hands of a …
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes stories around financial crime and domestic abuse.
The UK and European Union have reached an agreement on citizens' rights after the UK leaves the EU. This factsheet sets out what the deal means for EU citizens living in the UK and what the next steps are.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes terror arrest statistics, seizures of counterfeit goods, acid attacks and the number of people being tested for drink-driving.
Today’s Home Office related coverage includes a Polish foreign national offender and a recent terror plot targeting the Royal family.