News relevant to the Home Office today includes coverage of the announcement of a major forum of experts to tackle motorcycle crime, the evaluation of the Government's previous drugs strategy and terrorist content online.
Today’s main Home Office-related coverage is focused on the Home Secretary's visit to Silicon Valley and the seizure of child-like sex dolls by Border Force.
BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme broadcast an interview with an individual who had been supported by the Prevent Channel programme. The individual was referred to Channel over far-right radicalisation concerns. His mentor who works for the Prevent-funded project KIKIT Pathwayz, was …
Today's Home Office related coverage includes yesterday's publication of the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration report on east coast ports and of the written ministerial statement on the Home Office's internal review of extremist funding in the UK.
Today’s Home Office-related media coverage includes articles focusing on the rights of EU citizens post-Brexit and emergency support for asylum seekers.
Today’s Home Office-related media coverage includes articles focusing on terrorist funding and firearms licensing.
Today’s Home Office-related media coverage focuses on the new leave to remain policy for Grenfell Tower survivors, the number of convictions for terrorist offences related to activity overseas, and the jihadist jail for terrorists.
Today's newspaper coverage includes articles focusing on comments made by the independent reviewer of terrorism legislation around extremist online content and calls for the government to publish a review into deaths in police custody. This morning's Victoria Derbyshire Show also …
The Home Secretary has today written to David Anderson QC after he agreed to provide independent assurance of the internal reviews by MI5 and the police into the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester.
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube have announced the formation of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism. The announcement was made in blogs published on their websites. The Home Secretary has welcomed the news.