This afternoon, the Metropolitan Police has given an update on the work of the Counter-Terrorism Internet Referral Unit. The unit, with the help of 1,300 referrals from the public this year, has assisted with 400 counter-terrorism investigations across the UK in …
Today’s Home Office stories include reports on yesterday's Intelligence and Security Committee's findings into last year's terror attacks, illegal migrants crossing the Channel, domestic abuse figures and the Tier 1 visa review.
Today’s Home Office stories include a hate crime incident and county line gangs.
Today’s Home Office related stories include widespread coverage of a report by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) on the future immigration system and terrorist content on Facebook.
Today’s Home Office related stories include claims of fire staff reductions, enquiries on the Manchester Arena attacker Salman Abedi and further reports on violent crime.
Today’s Home Office in the media stories include the Daesh ‘Beatles’, asylum for Syrian volunteer group – the “White Helmets” and the acid attack on a three year old boy.
Today’s Home Office in the media stories include the Joint Committee on Human Rights’ report on the Counter – Terrorism and Border Security Bill and the processing time for asylum claims.
Today’s papers cover the Home Office’s announcement that doctors and nurses are to be excluded from the cap on skilled worker visas, as well as the publication of the Home Office’s statistics on the operation of police powers under the Terrorism …