Today's top stories include allegations of racism in football and the Government’s evidence to the United States Senate Judiciary Committee on the use of end-to-end encryption. Racism in football There has been widespread coverage across broadcast and print publications of …
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Today's leading stories include reports on Facebook encryption and Data Access Agreement and an Immigration exemption court case.
This afternoon, the Metropolitan Police has given an update on the work of the Counter-Terrorism Internet Referral Unit. The unit, with the help of 1,300 referrals from the public this year, has assisted with 400 counter-terrorism investigations across the UK in …
Today’s Home Office related stories include widespread coverage of a report by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) on the future immigration system and terrorist content on Facebook.
Today’s Home Office media stories include misdirected passengers at UK airports and claims the Telegram is being used as a mouthpiece for terrorism.
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories on yesterday's crime statistics, the appointment of Sara Khan as head of the Commission for Countering Extremism, and the first annual report from the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation.
There continues to be widespread coverage of the Prime Minister’s speech on extremist content online. Media also report on unaccompanied asylum-seeking children.
Today's newspapers report on warnings over the threat of extremist content online and the UK's future security co-operation with the EU.
News relevant to the Home Office today includes coverage of the announcement of a major forum of experts to tackle motorcycle crime, the evaluation of the Government's previous drugs strategy and terrorist content online.
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.