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 …
Today’s Home Office media stories include the UK’s efforts to tackle violent crime and the new counter-terrorism and Border Security Bill.
The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has today welcomed the appointment of Neil Basu as the Metropolitan Police's head of Specialist Operations.
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest focuses on a new software tool that can automatically detect terrorist content before it is uploaded.
The Home Office has published the final police funding settlement, detailing how much money each police force in England and Wales will receive in 2018/19. This amounts to a year-on-year increase of up to £450m across the police system …
Darren Osborne, 48, was yesterday found guilty of murdering Makram Ali, 51, and has today been sentenced to life in prison, with a minimum term of 43 years. Responding to the sentencing, Home Secretary, Amber Rudd said: Nothing will make …
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories on the Finsbury Park attacker, and an independent review of Sharia Councils.
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories on online sexual grooming, survivors of terror attacks and knives in schools.