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 criticism of anti-stop and search campaigner by the parents of knife victims. Tackling knife crime The Times and Independent report on criticism of anti-stop and search campaigners by a mother whose teenage …
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.
Today's Home Office stories include on the Home Secretary's apology for the Government unlawfully requiring DNA samples from people seeking to visit or stay in the UK. There are also stories on stop and search figures and medicinal cannabis.
Last night (Thursday, 2 November) the BBC News at Ten concluded its special series on gun and knife crime with a focus on stop and search and police resources. The programme reported that the number of crimes involving guns or knives …
In the news today there are reports on police stop-and-search powers and the conviction of two people smugglers stopped by Border Force officers in Northern France.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd writes about important reforms to stop and search powers and how progress has been made with its use.