Today’s Home Office stories include coverage of online grooming, immigration statistics and violent crime.
Today’s Home Office in the media stories include coverage of the Home Office’s #knifefree campaign, immigration statistics and ongoing negotiations on EU citizen registration.
The Home Office responds to the latest set of quarterly and annual statistics published by the Department and the Office for National Statistics.
This morning, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published the latest migration statistics quarterly report for the year ending June 2017.
Today’s Home Office related coverage includes the legal case surrounding Samim Bigzad, as well as permits for non-EU migrants.
Today's news coverage of the Home Office included a story on two failed convictions under the Psychoactive Substances Act and a suggestion that official immigration statistics are measured by weighing landing cards. We clarify reporting on both of these stories …
There is extensive coverage across the newspapers this morning of the net migration figures published yesterday, student migration and new exit check data on those leaving the UK.
Today's media coverage includes reports on migration statistics, the Home Secretary's commission to the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) on students, Home Office letters sent in error to EU citizens and images stored on the Police National Database.
Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis responds to the latest set of net migration figures.
The latest net migration statistics for the period between July and September 2016 have been released by the Office for National Statistics this morning.