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UK and allies have sanctioned human rights abusers 75 years after Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Letter from the Permanent Secretary Matthew Rycroft to Dame Diana Johnson, Chair of the HASC and Dame Meg Hillier, Chair of the Public Accounts Committee.
Sir Matthew Rycroft KCMG CBE Permanent Secretary 2 Marsham Street London…
The Home Secretary, James Cleverly, addresses Parliament on the Rwanda Treaty and the new Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill.
The Justice Secretary on the government's response to Bishop James Jones' report on the Hillsborough disaster.
Safety of Rwanda Bill to be introduced to Parliament tomorrow, making clear that Rwanda is a safe country where illegal migrants can be lawfully relocated.
New internationally recognised treaty addresses Supreme Court findings on the safety of the Rwandan partnership.
-The UK Government will introduce a plan to deliver the biggest ever cut in net migration and curb abuse of the immigration system.
Statement on UK military activity in the Eastern Mediterranean
The UK government and some of the world's biggest tech companies have agreed a series of pledges to protect the public from online fraud.
A British man who smuggled 4 Albanian migrants into the UK in his campervan has been jailed for 15 months after being foiled by a receipt from a Belgian casino.
The third phase of the government's award-winning Enough campaign includes a new partnership with over 30 universities to help make campuses safer.
Pub and bar licensing hours could be extended if England, Wales or Scotland reach the semi-finals or final of the Euros next year, subject to consultation.
Fifteen new synthetic opioids and 5 other drugs will be banned as Class A drugs as the government continues to act to prevent drug deaths.
Common sense changes to the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill will safeguard the public, prevent fraud, and unlock post-Brexit opportunities.
The Chancellor will set out the case for reform across public services to unlock productivity
The UK government is encouraging businesses to use the Displaced Talent Mobility pilot to help at-risk people from around the world to help fill skills gaps.
The Home Secretary, James Cleverly, on next steps for the Rwanda partnership following the Supreme Court judgment.
The UK’s electronic travel authorisation (ETA) scheme has opened for Qatari nationals, who can now benefit from cheaper and smoother travel.
The Criminal Justice Bill will give police more powers to tackle knife crime, antisocial behaviour, theft and drugs.
Uber Eats, Deliveroo and Just Eat urged to end unchecked account sharing to protect the public.
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