Today's leading stories include anti-abortion protests, requests for a public inquiry into the Manchester Arena attacks and an individual visa case. Anti-abortion protests A pregnant Labour MP was targeted by anti-abortion activists who paid for a billboard poster campaign featuring …
Today's Home Office stories include reports on funding for police, the anniversary of WPC Yvonne Fletcher's death and a Court ruling on Paragraph 322(5) .
Today's Home Office stories include the stabbing in Stanwell which police are treating as terror-related, and a grooming victim's campaign for victims to be pardoned for crimes committed while they were being abused.
Today's Home Office stories include the Home Secretary designating Hizballah a terrorist organisation, Shamima Begum and EU citizens’ rights in UK. Hizballah ban extension There is widespread coverage of the Home Secretary’s decision to ban all wings of Hizballah after …
Today's Home Office stories include the Home Secretary meeting with the family of Charlotte Brown, a new Counter-Terrorism public awareness campaign, the Home Affairs Select Committee on migrant crossings, and an Internet Watch Foundation report on online child abuse. Home Secretary meets …
Today’s Home Office stories include the new head of Interpol, a report into how victims of terrorism are treated and continuing coverage of a violent attack against police officers in South London.
In the media today there is coverage of the Home Office announcement on police pursuits and the anniversary of the Manchester bombing.
Today’s Home Office coverage of interest includes stories on a new report into surveillance cameras.
There continues to be widespread coverage of the investigation into the Parsons Green terrorist attack. The papers also preview a position paper on the UK's future security co-operation with the EU due to be published today.
News relevant to the Home Office today includes extensive coverage of the terrorist attacks in Spain and follow-up reports on immigration policy after Brexit.