Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes further information on settled status for EU citizens post-Brexit.
Minister for Policing for the Fire Service outlines how the Government is giving officers the powers they need to keep people safe and assessing the demands they currently face.
Today's Home Office-related stories include protests outside family planning clinics and so-called "honour-based" crimes.
Today’s Home Office-related business relates to the Home Secretary’s upcoming trip to Washington to discuss efforts to tackle online child sexual exploitation.
The Home Secretary will travel to Washington this week, where she will meet with technology companies to discuss their efforts to tackle online child sexual exploitation (CSE). During the trip Amber Rudd will meet global partners in the fight against …
Today's Home Office-related coverage includes the publication of two reports by the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration and a high court challenge involving the Dubs scheme for unaccompanied child migrants.
Last night (Thursday, 2 November) the BBC News at Ten concluded its special series on gun and knife crime with a focus on stop and search and police resources. The programme reported that the number of crimes involving guns or knives …
Today's Home Office-related coverage includes the Home Secretary's speech at a policing summit, the Bishop James Jones report into the experience of Hillsborough families, an extradition case, and the Home Office's foreign aid spending.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes police funding and a report into detained women at immigration centres.
The main media coverage of interest to the Home Office today includes the publication of an independent review of deaths and serious incidents in police custody by Dame Elish Angiolini QC, and a report in the Express that Christian refugees …