Today's leading stories include a High Court ruling on surveillance laws and a report on online grooming. Investigatory powers legal challenge The Guardian and Mirror Online report that the civil rights group Liberty has lost its latest high court challenge …
Today’s Home Office media stories include misdirected passengers at UK airports and claims the Telegram is being used as a mouthpiece for terrorism.
The Home Secretary has responded to the incident in Parsons Green this morning. Emergency services were called at approximately 8.20am to Parsons Green Underground Station following reports of a fire on the train. The Metropolitan Police Service have declared it a …
Today’s main Home Office-related coverage is focused on the Home Secretary's visit to Silicon Valley and the seizure of child-like sex dolls by Border Force.
Today’s Home Office-related media coverage includes articles focusing on terrorist funding and firearms licensing.
The Home Secretary has today written to David Anderson QC after he agreed to provide independent assurance of the internal reviews by MI5 and the police into the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester.
The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has written for Police Oracle to thank the police for their bravery and professionalism following the attacks in Westminster. She also pays tribute to PC Keith Palmer who gave his life to keep others safe.
The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has announced a series of senior Whitehall moves today (Monday, 27 February) including the appointment of Mark Sedwill as the UK’s new National Security Adviser, succeeding Sir Mark Lyall Grant who is retiring.