Today's Home Office stories include the Home Secretary's announcement on European Temporary Leave to Remain, police misconduct hearings, and the UK's position in global anti-corruption hearings. No-deal Brexit will stop free movement There is widespread coverage of the Home Secretary …
Today’s Home Office stories include coverage of Channel migrant crossings, Northern Ireland police and an assessment of the Immigration White Paper.
Today’s Home Office story includes coverage of the situation involving drones at Gatwick .
Today’s Home Office stories include reaction to yesterday's Immigration White Paper announcement and a new report which claims police using Tasers are twice as likely to be attacked.
The Home Office has published the provisional police funding settlement for 2019-20. This sets out the total amount of money going into policing next year, including how much each individual Police and Crime Commissioner in England and Wales will receive. …
Today’s Home Office stories include further coverage of migrants crossing the Channel and comments by Sussex Chief Constable Giles York on his police force.
Today’s Home Office stories include an HMICFRS report saying police are increasingly dealing with people with mental health problems and a call for officers tackling moped criminals to be protected.
Today’s Home Office stories include articles on stop and search, migrants rescued from the Channel and police resources.
Today’s Home Office stories include reports on the Police Federation chairman’s comments on a video of officers being assaulted in the street and the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016 review.
Today’s Home Office stories include the use of stop-and-search powers by police and calls for the drug known as Spice to be re-classified as a Class A drug.