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Several members of a suspected people smuggling ring have been arrested in a series of raids after allegedly attempting to traffic migrants through UK airports.
The Home Secretary, on his visit to the USA, calls on the international community to unite to tackle the issue of migration.
Home Secretary to call on the global community to take collective action on migration in speech in New York.
The UK government has outlined a package of energy and infrastructure support to boost trade and drive investment between the UK and the Western Balkans.
An update on the work and progress of the Independent Review of Disclosure and Fraud Offences.
The government has agreed a working arrangement with Frontex, the European Border and Coast Guard Agency.
Children will be better protected from sexual predators under plans being brought forward by the Home Secretary.
Vast majority of review recommendations implemented within one year, with the remaining recommendations progressing at pace.
Government provides certainty and stability for Ukrainians, with visa holders now eligible to stay for an additional 18 months.
A people smuggler has been jailed for cramming 7 migrants into a one-person sleeping compartment and brazenly trying to enter the UK.
Principle One has been with ACE since our earliest days. We speak to CEO Maggie Scott about how this has helped the company develop and grow.
Hundreds of thousands of hours of patrols to tackle anti-social behaviour and violence across England and Wales, backed by £66m
Newsletter issued by the Animals in Science Regulation Unit.
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
Stop! Think Fraud, the National Campaign Against Fraud, launches today.
The Home Secretary spoke at the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners general meeting on 7 February 2024.
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.
Zombie-style knives and machetes will be outlawed under legislation laid today. A surrender and compensation scheme will launch in the summer.
Jonathan Hall KC appointed as the government’s new Independent Reviewer of State Threat Legislation.
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