Today’s Home Office stories include a reports on the Serious Organised Crime Strategy, hate crime, airport drinking review, and sulphuric laws.
Today’s Home Office stories include yesterday's Home Affairs Select Committee, research into knife detectors and police funding in the Budget.
Today’s Home Office media stories include the Home Affairs Select Committee's report on the future of policing and the visa ban for the suspects in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Today’s Home Office stories include comments from the Police Superintendents’ Association on policing.
Today’s Home Office related stories include a report from NFU Mutual into the cost of rural crime, and the letter from the British Airways CEO on queues at Heathrow.
In the media today there is coverage surrounding the publication of Big Brother Watch’s report into facial recognition technology and research by the Internet Watch Foundation into the live streaming of child abuse.
There have been repeated false claims in the media today that the £40m funding underpinning the new Serious Violence Strategy will be “top-sliced”from policing budgets.