Today’s Home Office media stories include moped crime and continuing coverage of stolen passports.
Today’s Home Office stories include stolen passports, the cost of UK visas and assistance for survivors of terror attacks.
An article in the Times today (Red faces at Home Office after ‘black’ passport turns blue) incorrectly implies that the Home Office has misled the public about the colour of the new passport.
The Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis has announced that the UK passport cover will be returning to a blue and gold design.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes reforms to the police discipline system and new passport photo technology.
There are a number of routes through which those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire can get help and advice about immigration and passport related matters.
The Home Office yesterday confirmed that the family of Syrian national Mohammad Alhajali, who was the first victim of the Grenfell fire to be formally identified, have been assisted in making arrangements for their travel to the UK. The Home …