Police officers were called to Seven Sisters Road in Finsbury Park, London, at 00:20 this morning, after a van collided with a group pedestrians outside the Muslim Welfare House. One man was pronounced dead at the scene and eight people …
Home Secretary Amber Rudd and German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière met in London on 19 April to exchange expertise on security and the fight against terrorism, and to discuss efforts to tackle the international migration crisis. They reaffirmed their commitment …
Security Minister Ben Wallace has written an opinion article on the Prevent Strategy for Asian Image magazine.
The Home Secretary has today written in the Sunday Telegraph about the need for social media companies to take a more proactive and leading role in tackling the terrorist abuse of their platforms. She adds that we have the best police and …
The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has written for Police Oracle to thank the police for their bravery and professionalism following the attacks in Westminster. She also pays tribute to PC Keith Palmer who gave his life to keep others safe.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has given the following statement in reaction to the Westminster attack. A fact sheet outlining the government's approach to Counter Terrorism is also contained at the bottom of this post.
The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, is on a three day visit to Pakistan and met with Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan earlier today.
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.
The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has announced a series of senior Whitehall moves today (Monday, 27 February) including the appointment of Mark Sedwill as the UK’s new National Security Adviser, succeeding Sir Mark Lyall Grant who is retiring.