Today’s Home Office related stories include a report from NFU Mutual into the cost of rural crime, and the letter from the British Airways CEO on queues at Heathrow.
Today (Monday 30 July 2018) - the United Nations World Day against Trafficking in Persons - the Home Office has announced plans to launch an independent review of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 to ensure our world-first legislation keeps in step …
Today’s Home Office media stories include the UK’s efforts to tackle violent crime and the Right to Rent Scheme.
Home Secretary, Amber Rudd today chaired the first Serious Violence Taskforce - a coalition of government ministers, cross-party MPs, police leaders, local government and the voluntary sector – which will ensure sustained, swift and decisive action against violent crime. Together …
The crime statistics for England and Wales for year ending December 2017 were published today at 0930 by the Independent Office for National Statistics. Home Office Minister Nick Hurd has issued the following statement in response.
At today’s launch of the Serious Violence Strategy, the Home Secretary made reference to the following piece of Home Office work around police resources: The provisional funding settlement in December 2017 followed a robust assessment which included a period of …
The Home Office has launched a new advertising campaign to reduce knife crime among young people.
Today's Home Office-related stories including a Border Force seizure, a Court of Appeal ruling on the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act and Tier 2 visas.
Ahead of the publication of the Office for National Statistics crime statistics today (25 January), the Home Secretary Amber Rudd writes in Red Box about the robust approach the Government is taking to tackling serious violent crime.