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Home Office: United Kingdom government ministerial department
The Home Office (HO) is a ministerial department of Her Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom, responsible for immigration, security and law and order. As such it is responsible for policing in England and Wales, fire and rescue services in England, and visas and immigration and the Security Service (MI5). It is also in charge of government policy on security-related issues such as drugs, counter-terrorism and ID cards. It was formerly responsible for Her Majesty's Prison Service and the National Probation Service, but these have been transferred to the Ministry of Justice. The Cabinet minister responsible for the department is the Home Secretary.

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Home Office stabbing: Dominic Hornberger charged with grievous bodily harm after civil servant slashed with knife

A man has been charged with attacking a civil servant outside the Home Office.
Independent - Published

Courts to get anti-knife crime powers with Asbo-style orders for children as young as 12

Home Office to introduce curfews and strict rules in attempt to stop violent crime
Independent - Published

Videos for Home Office

Chicken boxes with knife crime 'solutions' delivered to Home Office [Video]Chicken boxes with knife crime 'solutions' delivered to Home Office

A group of campaigners were invited into the Home Office after turning up with solutions to knife crime written on chicken boxes. The move by content agency Word on the Curb was a response to the..

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Boris Johnson: 'Saj will find the money' for 20,000 police officers [Video]Boris Johnson: 'Saj will find the money' for 20,000 police officers

Boris Johnson has told the high-ranking team tasked with helping recruit 20,000 new police officers that the ambitious project will be complete within three years. The Prime Minister gave an opening..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:31Published

Report finds visa discrimination in UK, says Africans suffer more [Video]Report finds visa discrimination in UK, says Africans suffer more

A report has found the UK Home Office responsible for financial discrimination and careless decision making

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:56Published

 

VFS: Who is the company subcontracted by the Home Office to process visa applications?

The Dubai-based firm handles some of the most sensitive personal data held by dozens of governments around the world, including the bulk of UK visa applications – but it remains largely unknown
Independent - Published

Home Office cordoned off by armed police amid reports of stabbing

The Home Office building has been cordoned off by armed police amid reports of a stabbing.
Independent - Published

Mother blocked from attending daughter's graduation due to 'unlawful' Home Office decision

Exclusive: Officials refused Joyce Makado visa to see daughter graduate because they did not believe she would leave the UK at the end of her visit – but overturned refusal when contacted by the..
Independent - Published

Former Tory cabinet ministers attack Home Office over failure to introduce time limit on immigration detention

Conservative MPs condemn government's rejection of calls for 28-day time limit and demand Home Office ministers review 'clearly perverse' system as 'matter of urgency'
Independent - Published

Scottish government demands Home Office help to tackle 'tragic' drug deaths epidemic

MSP calls on Sajid Javid to hold urgent meeting after figures reveal deaths caused by drugs rose by more than a quarter last year – a higher rate than anywhere in Europe
Independent - Published

Councils refuse to comply with Home Office's hostile environment policy to share rough sleeper data

Policy to obtain personal data on right sleepers through charities condemned as an invasion of privacy
Independent - Published

Home Office used 'confused, misleading, incomplete and unsafe' evidence to revoke visas of tens of thousands of international students, report finds

Department's basis for denying visas to overseas students could not be relied on, MPs warn
Independent - Published

Home Office forced to defend 'cover-up' over detention of hundreds of modern slavery victims

'Why do we have to go to such lengths to pry information from the Home Office? Why does the government withhold important data from public scrutiny? Where is the accountability in this situation?' MPs..
Independent - Published

Home Office to challenge High Court ruling to return wrongly deported asylum seeker

Exclusive: Campaigners brand decision an attempt to 'cover up the painful human cost of their unlawful policy'
Independent - Published

Staff shortages and Home Office delays stopping inspectors from holding government to account, chief inspector says

Independent inspectors say immigration system 'does not have the capacity, and some instance the capabilities' to perform as it should
Independent - Published

Home Office to lift cap on 'inadequate' help for trafficking victims

Ministers agree to scrap controversial 45-day limit on post-exploitation support
Independent - Published

Home Office U-turns on decision to block baby adopted by UK resident

'Since February the Home Office has stopped me from getting on with my life, prevented me from working. I was subjected to enormous anxiety and left feeling traumatised in a highly vulnerable state'
Independent - Published

Manchester attack victims' call for law forcing venues to increase security considered by government

Home Office U-turn as mother of bombing victim and terror survivors demand change
Independent - Published

More than half of immigration appeals now successful, figures show

'In the background of every case you seen in the media of someone whose life was destroyed by the Home Office, there are thousands more whose cases never get any attention', campaigner says
Independent - Published

Michael Gove denies Brexit campaign led to increase in hate crime despite evidence from police

Home office report pointed to 'genuine rise in hate crime around the time of the EU referendum' - but Vote Leave leader rejects any connection
Independent - Published

Child spies 'put at risk by Home Office during police investigations'

Concerns raised last year over case of 17-year-old girl recruited to spy on man who had been exploiting her sexually
Independent - Published

Gay rugby player facing deportation to Kenya gets reprieve from Home Office

'We are ecstatic to announce that Ken was not detained today,' say Bristol Bisons teammates
Independent - Published

Settled status scheme could be putting domestic abuse victims at risk

The Home Office launched its EU settlement scheme at the end of March, but the application process leaves some non-UK citizens in a particularly vulnerable position. Emily Goddard reports
Independent - Published

Home Office faces investigation over Windrush scandal from equalities watchdog

EHRC asked to investigate whether department unlawfully discriminated against the Windrush generation and continues to discriminate against ethnic minority Britons as a 'direct result' of hostile..
Independent - Published

Three boats with 36 migrants found off Kent coast

three boats with 36 migrants found off kent coast
The Home Office says it has not yet confirmed the migrants' claims that they are Iraqi or Iranian.
BBC News - Published

Brexit: High-tech solution to avoid hard Northern Ireland border 'decade away', leaked Home Office document says

'The challenges of this work cannot be underestimated', warns memo in blow to Brexiteer hopes of replacing backstop
Independent - Published

'I'm still at a loss': Windrush victims who were forced into homelessness and debt due to scandal still living in anguish and destitution a year on

Twelve months after the government apologised for the Home Office's 'hostile environment' policy on immigration, those hit by the scandal are still suffering
Independent - Published

Dozens of immigration applicants forced to wait in cold for hours after Home Office subcontractor systems fail

Incident will fuel concerns about Sopra Steria, which has been awarded £91m contract by Home Office to deliver 'streamlined' immigration application process but has already been criticised for..
Independent - Published

Social Media and Harmful Content: Big Firms at Risk of Fines

social media and harmful content: big firms at risk of fines
by Stephanie Boyd - UK Unveils Plan to Crack Down on Harmful Online Content Under new proposals in UK law, it appears that social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter may come..
One News Page Staff - Published

Home Office apologises to Windrush generation after wrongly sharing 500 email addresses

Immigration minister admits department's 'administrative error' breached data protection rules
Independent - Published

Worthing immigration raid: Seventeen held on building site

worthing immigration raid: seventeen held on building site
The Home Office says construction workers are detained "pending removal from the UK".
BBC News - Published

Shamima Begum: Home Office asked to show Isis bride 'mercy' over citizenship

'It is extremely unlikely that Shamima will be in a fit state to make any rational decisions'
Independent - Published

Immigration policy should be stripped from Home Office post-Brexit, report suggests

'As things stand, the Home Office is not ready or able to meet the Brexit challenge on immigration'
Independent - Published

Windrush scandal victims still homeless and being betrayed by Home Office, damning report warns

Ministers accused of shameful failure to provide help to people trapped by 'hostile environment' crackdown – 11 months after scandal broke
Independent - Published

UK Home Office will seek to end free movement in case of no-deal Brexit

The UK government will seek to end free movement as soon as possible if Britain leaves the European Union without a deal, the UK Home Office said in a statement on Monday.
Reuters - Published

UK starts returning cross-Channel migrants to France

uk starts returning cross-channel migrants to france
The Home Office says it wants to deter people from making the "dangerous crossings" in small boats.
BBC News - Published

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