Today's top stories include an issue with an individual's biometric passport, and the seizure of heroin worth more than £40 million. Biometric passport error The Guardian reports that a university professor has criticised the Home Office after being stopped at airports …
Today's leading stories include coverage of a sharp rise in stop-and-search, cannabis seizures figures, migrant boat incidents over the weekend and a report on the National Transfer Scheme. Sharp rise in stop and search Police attempts …
Today's leading story is based on a study which shows that the UK has the highest rate of cocaine use in Europe. UK cocaine use highest in Europe There is coverage in the Telegraph, Mail, Sun and Metro of the …
Today's leading story includes criticism from two police leaders on resources to combat county lines drugs gangs.
Today's leading stories include the second anniversary of the Manchester Arena terror attack and further coverage of Jonathan Hall QC being appointed to the role of Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation.
Today's Home Office stories include reports on the rise in adult use of crack cocaine and a report on into EU citizens’ rights post-Brexit.
Today’s Home Office stories include the use of stop-and-search powers by police and calls for the drug known as Spice to be re-classified as a Class A drug.
Today’s Home Office stories include reports on modern slavery victims, seizure of drugs statistics and foreign nationals offenders.
Today’s Home Office stories include a hate crime incident and county line gangs.
Today's Home Office stories include on a landmark county lines prosecution and a Court of Appeal ruling on the detention of asylum seekers.