Today's top story includes the latest EU Settlement Scheme statistics and a reaction to Guy Verhofstadt's comments.
There has been misleading reporting over the past week, claiming that the Government is turning its back on vulnerable refugees, in particular unaccompanied asylum seeking children. However, the UK Government has a strong and proud record of helping vulnerable children …
Today, the Minister of State for Security and Deputy for EU Exit and No Deal Preparation, Brandon Lewis wrote in the Guardian about the EU Settlement Scheme and the support available for EU citizens. His words can be found below. …
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.
The Home Office responds to the latest set of quarterly and annual statistics published by the Department and the Office for National Statistics.
The UK and European Union have reached an agreement on citizens' rights after the UK leaves the EU. This factsheet sets out what the deal means for EU citizens living in the UK and what the next steps are.
Today’s Home Office stories of interest include coverage of a Freedom of Information (FOI) response detailing the number of Vietnamese children who have gone missing from care and who may be at risk of trafficking.
Today’s Home Office related stories include the latest round of Brexit negotiations, funding for the Metropolitan Police investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, and further bans against National Action.
Today's newspapers report on warnings over the threat of extremist content online and the UK's future security co-operation with the EU.