Today’s Home Office media stories include the Home Affairs Select Committee’s report on stalking and domestic abuse; child refugees and comments by the former Met Chief, Lord Bernard Hogan-Howe who has called on a review of whether cannabis should be …
Today's Home Office stories include the Police Federation's dispute over police pay, the visa extension granted to an NHS couple, and the Court of Appeal ruling on the Dubs Amendment.
The Home Office responds to the Court of Appeal ruling handed down today on the Dubs Amendment, and clarifies the details of the ruling.
The Government is fully committed to supporting and caring for asylum-seeking and refugee children, and we take our humanitarian responsibilities extremely seriously. In the year ending September 2017, the UK granted asylum or another form of leave to almost 9,000 …
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories on emergency services collaboration, Border Force expenses, false asylum applications and the illegal smuggling of migrants.
Today's Home Office-related coverage includes the publication of two reports by the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration and a high court challenge involving the Dubs scheme for unaccompanied child migrants.
Today's Home Office related news coverage includes the seizure of 79 handguns by Border Force officers in Northern France, a report into the funding of extremism and the extension of the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd and German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière met in London on 19 April to exchange expertise on security and the fight against terrorism, and to discuss efforts to tackle the international migration crisis. They reaffirmed their commitment …
MPs today (Tuesday 7 March) voted on an amendment tabled by Heidi Allen MP for the Children's and Social Care Bill which was in the House of Commons for report stage and third reading.
This fact sheet outlines the ways that the Government is providing vital support to the most vulnerable children caught up in conflict and danger.