Today’s Home Office media stories include further coverage of the major incident in Amesbury and the ongoing debate around the medicinal use of cannabis.
The Home Office has today published a Statement of Intent and draft Immigration Rules which set out further details about how EU citizens and their families can obtain settled status in the UK.
Today’s papers cover the Home Office’s announcement that doctors and nurses are to be excluded from the cap on skilled worker visas, as well as the publication of the Home Office’s statistics on the operation of police powers under the Terrorism …
Today’s Home Office-related stories include the situation Billy Caldwell and his family are facing, the Tier 2 visa cap and removal flights.
In the media today there is widespread coverage of the concession on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between NHS Digital and the Home Office.
In the media today there is coverage of a new app the Home Office is developing to support EU citizens who apply for settled status.
Today’s Home Office-related coverage includes a report by the National Crime Agency into modern slavery and the gender pay gap reporting.
The Home Office has launched a new advertising campaign to reduce knife crime among young people.
Today’s Home Office-relate coverage includes the ongoing investigation in Salisbury, the individual case of Albert Thompson and Britain First pages on Facebook.