There have been reports in media and on social media regarding the rights of EU citizens resident in the UK after we leave the European Union. Some inaccurate reporting has suggested that, once freedom of movement ends after Brexit, EU …
Today's Home Office stories relate to further small boat crossings, visa fees and health surcharges and calls for a Scotland-specific visa system.
Today's leading stories include coverage of recently launched Online Harms white paper, gun licences and EU citizens rentals after Brexit.
Today's Home Office stories include reports of fatal stabbings in west London and Somerset, and the launch of a publicity campaign to promote the EU Settlement Scheme
Today's Home Office stories include the Home Secretary designating Hizballah a terrorist organisation, Shamima Begum and EU citizens’ rights in UK. Hizballah ban extension There is widespread coverage of the Home Secretary’s decision to ban all wings of Hizballah after …
Today’s Home Office in the media stories include the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) briefing on how Brexit could affect policing, calls for dating apps to explain child safety policies and the non-emergency 101 number.
Today's Home Office stories include the Home Secretary's announcement on European Temporary Leave to Remain, police misconduct hearings, and the UK's position in global anti-corruption hearings. No-deal Brexit will stop free movement There is widespread coverage of the Home Secretary …
The Prime Minister has today (21 January) announced that EU citizens applying for the EU Settlement Scheme will not have to pay a fee when the Scheme is fully rolled out by 30 March.
Today’s Home Office stories include the launch of the draft Domestic Abuse bill, the rollout of public testing of the EU Settlement scheme and plans to make the Immigration Rules easier to navigate.
Today’s Home Office stories include coverage of Channel migrant crossings, Northern Ireland police and an assessment of the Immigration White Paper.