Today's Home Office stories relate to further small boat crossings, visa fees and health surcharges and calls for a Scotland-specific visa system.
Today's leading stories include coverage of recently launched Online Harms white paper, gun licences and EU citizens rentals after Brexit.
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 Home Secretary designating Hizballah a terrorist organisation, Shamima Begum and EU citizens’ rights in UK. Hizballah ban extension There is widespread coverage of the Home Secretary’s decision to ban all wings of Hizballah after …
The Prime Minister has today (21 January) announced that EU citizens applying for the EU Settlement Scheme will not have to pay a fee when the Scheme is fully rolled out by 30 March.
The Home Office has today (11 October) published Immigration Rules which detail the next test phase of the EU Settlement Scheme.
Participating in the meeting of interior ministers invited to Lyon as part of the G6 (France, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, Poland), the Home Secretary, answered Le Monde’s questions on security, immigration and Brexit.
Today's Home Office stories include on crime levels, fire budgets and landlords' concern for citizens' rights to rent.
Today’s Home Office related stories include calls for an increase in the use of stop and search powers to help tackle violent crime, the trial of the EU Settled Status scheme and changes to immigration rules.