The Home Affairs Committee are incorrect in their assertions. All of our decisions throughout the pandemic have been guided by the science, with appropriate measures introduced at the right time to keep us all safe.
Today’s Home Office related news includes an interview with the recently-appointed independent reviewer of terrorism legislation Max Hill QC and coverage of a new research project into drugs derived from cannabis at the University of Oxford.
Today’s Home Office related news includes coverage of criticism by the Home Affairs Select Committee (HASC) of social media companies’ approach to hate speech and articles focusing on the Home Office's social media guidance for staff.
Today's Home Office related news includes coverage of a report looking at the cyber threat landscape and the case of an Albanian national who was convicted of double murder yesterday.
Today's Home Office related news includes coverage on funding for Operation Grange and a letter from the British Medical Association and Royal College of Nursing on the immigration skills charge.
Today's Home Office related news includes coverage of the latest terror arrest statistics and an article focusing on policy around returning refugees to their home country safely.
Today's Home Office related news includes coverage of the Spring Budget which contained an extra £20 million to tackle domestic violence and coverage of a new report from the Council of Europe.
MPs today (Tuesday 7 March) voted on an amendment tabled by Heidi Allen MP for the Children's and Social Care Bill which was in the House of Commons for report stage and third reading.
Today's Home Office related news includes coverage of the Home Secretary's appearance at the Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy yesterday. And see Brandon Lewis's video message to the LGA Fire Conference in Newcastle.
Today's Home Office related news includes a Lords EU Home Affairs sub-committee report on movement of people and a Home Affairs Select Committee report on child refugees.
Today (Sunday 5 March), the Observer published an article, 'Why was our offer to house child migrants turned down?’ which suggested that local authorities had more capacity to house unaccompanied asylum seeking children. We have clarified a number of the …