Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes stories around financial crime and domestic abuse.
Today’s Home Office stories of interest include coverage around child grooming by drug gangs, BAME arrests, funding for the Metropolitan Police and catering in Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre.
Last night (Thursday, 2 November) the BBC News at Ten concluded its special series on gun and knife crime with a focus on stop and search and police resources. The programme reported that the number of crimes involving guns or knives …
Today's media stories related to the Home Office include reports on the police powers statistics for England & Wales published yesterday and a story about protests outside abortion clinics.
The main Home Office-related media coverage this morning relates to the publication of the latest crime statistics, Norfolk Constabulary's plans to get rid of police community support officers (PCSOs) and an update in the visa case of Marianne Rawlins.
Today’s Home Office stories of interest include reports on investigations into cannabis factories, and further coverage of the Metropolitan Police no longer investigating some low-level crimes.
Today's Home Office-related media coverage includes reporting on a suspected hate crime in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, further discussion of acid attacks and a report of an illegal immigrant entering the UK.
News relevant to the Home Office today includes coverage of the Home Secretary's opinion piece in the Sun regarding Prevent, and the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) briefing on the same subject. There is also further coverage of the Home …
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.
The main Home Office stories in the media today relate to the arrests of three Britons in Calais who allegedly tried to fly four illegal immigrants into England, coverage of BBC analysis which shows that many criminal investigations are left …