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Home Office still has no evidence to show hostile environment policy is working, report findsGovernment admits it can't measure whether controversial measures have desired effect, says watchdog
Thousands of refugees set to be evicted from Home Office accommodation within two weeksRefugees will face 'cliff edge' in support unless suspension on evictions is extended, charities warn
Channel migrants: Small boats 'major threat to UK'Claims by Nigel Farage that French ships are accompanying migrant boats are denied by the Home Office.
Guildford pub bombings inquest can access closed filesThe 700 files, which were retained by the Home Office, have been at the centre of a long-running row.
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Windrush scandal: More than 1,000 cases yet to be considered by Home Office, figures showDozens of Windrush claimants have been waiting more than a year for a decision, with more than 1,000 applicants yet to have their cases considered, government figures show.
Coronavirus: Home Office immigration policies 'compounding' health inequalities, says Sadiq KhanExclusive: London mayor calls on Priti Patel to lift certain restrictions on migrants in response to the virus outbreak, saying he is 'deeply concerned' that some policies are risking Londoners' public..
Priti Patel facing tribunal claim for constructive dismissal from former Home Office chiefSir Philip Rutnam could win unlimited compensation over whistleblowing claim
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Coronavirus: Home Office accused of risking lives after Passport Office staff told to return to work amid lockdownHMPO accused of treating employees like 'guinea pigs to test herd immunity on'
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Coronavirus: Home Office 'tells 80-year-old cancer patient she must return to Ukraine' despite travel ban'Absurd' case comes as department under pressure to update immigration guidance over Covid-19 outbreak
'Everyone in here is panicking': Immigration detainees say they feel unprotected from coronavirusHome Office facing legal challenge over claims it is unlawfully maintaining detention of unwell people at risk from Covid-19
Coronavirus: Home Office urged to suspend 'hostile environment' amid fears infected migrants won't seek treatmentHuman rights groups warn government attempts to control spread of disease and protect public health are undermined by policies designed to prevent undocumented immigrants from accessing public services
Child slavery victims 'falling through cracks' as Home Office delays support promised four years agoExclusive: UK's anti-slavery tsar and children's charities raise concern about 'unjustifiable' delay in full roll-out of Independent Child Trafficking Guardian scheme, promised by ministers in 2016
Police cuts contributed to rise in murders in Britain, Home Office report saysBudget cuts to police contributed to the rising number of murders in Britain, an official report has found.
UK top minister facing more bullying claimsThe claims are from her time at DfID and follow similar allegations from the Home Office and DWP.
Home Office deports man despite court order ruling it illegal before bringing him back hours laterExclusive: The move described as yet more evidence of the Home Office's 'disregard for the rule of law'
Who to believe – Priti Patel, sacked for endangering national security and lying about it, or the other guy?The Home Office civil war comes down a matter of trust, and if you trust the home secretary, you're beyond salvation
Top British home office mandarin quits over minister's behaviorBritain's top official in the ministry responsible for policing resigned on Saturday after clashes with Home Office minister Priti Patel, in the latest test of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plans for..
Boris Johnson is at war with civil servants: it won't end well for himThe Home Office's top civil servant is to take home secretary Priti Patel to court, accusing her of a 'vicious' briefing campaign against him
Home Office permanent secretary quits, announcing he will sue government amid row over Priti Patel bullying claimsThe most senior civil servant at the Home Office Sir Philip Rutnam has quit the department amid a row over alleged bullying claims levelled at Priti Patel.
'How do I convince the UK Home Office I'm a lesbian?'More than 1,500 people claim asylum in the UK each year, claiming that they are persecuted for being gay. But it's not an easy thing to prove.
MI5 denies Priti Patel shut out of intelligence briefings as Home Office civil war deepensIt comes amid ongoing hostilities at the Home Office, with Ms Patel accused of bullying officials
Home Office deports asylum seekers on charter flight to EU countries despite warnings of 'inadequate access to justice'The Home Office has gone ahead with a charter flight deporting asylum seekers this morning despite a stark warning from immigration solicitors that these individuals may have been denied access to..
Home Office deportation flight to Jamaica leaves UK despite outrage and court rulingA deportation flight to Jamaica has left the UK despite widespread outrage and a court ruling which meant dozens of those scheduled to be removed were granted last-minute reprieve.
'I wanted to forget the past – but I couldn't': How modern slavery victim was left in limbo for five years by Home Office'You don't know where your life is... You can't do anything'
Channel migrants: Boat carrying 28 rescued off DoverA Border Force vessel was called to intercept a migrant boat entering UK waters, the Home Office says.
Brexit: European Parliament has 'grave concerns' about Home Office EU citizen settlement schemeMEPs says citizens could face discrimination because of lack of protections and certainty
Harry Dunn case: Home Secretary Priti Patel makes extradition requestThe Home Office requests Anne Sacoolas's extradition "on charges of causing death by dangerous driving".
Harry Dunn: UK makes extradition request to USThe Home Office requests Anne Sacoolas's extradition "on charges of causing death by dangerous driving".
Thousands of asylum seekers not reporting rapes due to Home Office stigma and 'culture of disbelief'Exclusive: 'I came here because I was beaten nearly to death by my husband and the police did nothing. My claim for asylum was refused,' says victim
Windrush victims 'waiting too long' for compensation from Home Office'What little trust and confidence there was in the scheme has quickly dissipated,' lawyer says
European Parliament could block Brexit deal over Boris Johnson's treatment of EU citizens, Guy Verhofstadt saysProblems with Home Office settlement scheme have raised concerns
'Detention refreshes the memory – the trauma': Torture victim unlawfully detained by Home Office speaks out'The sound of the keys, it reminded me directly of Sudan. It took me straight back there. There is no torture here, but the situation is all similar: serious officers, locked doors. It scared me. I..
Home Office asylum detentions ruled unlawful as appeal unanimously dismissed by Supreme CourtJudgement could affect thousands who have been wrongly locked up
'Exorbitant' Home Office fees blocking children from legal entitlement to British citizenship, court hearsGovernment challenged over 'unlawful' £1,012 fee for British-born children to obtain citizenship
Hundreds of homeless people will be at risk of deportation after Brexit, charities warnExclusive: 'Disastrous' shortcomings in Home Office's settled status scheme will leave 'at least hundreds' of homeless EU nationals undocumented, say lawyers and NGOs
France says its citizens are ignoring Home Office Brexit registration schemeThree quarters of French nationals living in the UK have not signed up despite several Brexit extensions elapsing
Thirty potential modern slavery victims referred to Home Office each day amid surge in cases, figures showFormer anti-slavery commissioner says UK 'still inadequately resourced' for dealing with problem
Department for Education flouted rules when it secretly shared pupil data with Home Office, says watchdogInformation Commissioner's Office identifies 'clear deficiencies' in processing of pupil personal data for 'hostile environment' purposes
Public inquiry launched into abuse at Brook House immigration detention centreHome Office performs U-turn after initially challenging judge's call for probe
Asylum seekers left with no heating in rat-infested homes due to 'failing' new Home Office contract, charities warnExclusive: Ministers urged to act as asylum seekers, including single mothers with small babies, living in 'appalling' conditions for weeks on end due to 'drastically increased' waiting times under new..
Black, asian and ethnic minorities more likely to be targeted in stop-and-search, Home Office report findsAny increases 'pose the risk of magnifying any residual levels of discrimination in the use of this power'
Hate crimes reports 'at record number'A record number of offences were recorded in England and Wales for 2018-19, the Home Office says.