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12 February 2024 — News story
Stop! Think Fraud, the National Campaign Against Fraud, launches today.
19 February 2024 — News story
Government provides certainty and stability for Ukrainians, with visa holders now eligible to stay for an additional 18 months.
14 February 2024 — News story
A call for evidence has been launched to ask whether current crossbow laws need to be strengthened, as the government continues action to prevent violence
8 February 2024 — News story
Police will be given powers to arrest protesters who wear face coverings to threaten others and avoid prosecution, and pyrotechnics will be banned at protests.
The government has laid legislation in Parliament to transfer the Police and Crime Commissioner functions to the West Midlands and South Yorkshire mayors.
5 February 2024 — News story
A consultation has opened on new laws to make sure we are better prepared for, and protected from, terrorist attacks.
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