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Select Committee Docs

Date Type Title
Jan. 21 2021 Formal Minutes Formal Minutes 2019-21 (to meeting on 14 October 2020)
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 20 2021 Correspondence Lettter from the Vice President, Messenger, Facebook on end-to-end encryption, dated 23 September 2020
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 20 2021 Correspondence Letter from the Chair to the Vice President, Messenger, Facebook on end-to-end encryption, dated 4 September 2020
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 20 2021 Correspondence Letter from the Minister for Small Business, Consumers and Labour Markets on support for victims of domestic abuse, dated 14 January 2021
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence Mr Tony Smith (Chairman at International Border Management & Technologies Association)
COR0211 - Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence Destination for Education
COR0212 - Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence Dr Matthew Radburn (Research Fellow at Keele University), Professor Clifford Stott (Professor of Social Psychology at Keele University), Marcus Beale (Professor of Practice at Keele University), Professor Mark Harrison (Professor of the History of Medicine at Oxford University), Dr Katherine Mycock (Research Fellow at Keele University), and Dr Arabella Kyprianides (Research Fellow at University College London / Keele University)
COR0216 - Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence Barnardo's
COR0217 - Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence Asylum Matters
COR0218 - Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence Dr. Ben Brewster (Rights Lab Nottingham Research Fellow in Modern Slavery Perpetration at Rights Lab, University of Nottingham), Dr. Grace Robinson (Rights Lab Research Fellow in Modern Slavery Perpetrators and Organised Crime at Rights Lab, University of Nottingham), Vicky Brotherton (Rights Lab Head of Policy Engagement and Impact at Rights Lab, University of Nottingham), Prof. / Sir. Bernard Silverman (Rights Lab Professor of Modern Slavery Statistics at Rights Lab, University of Nottingham), and Prof. Dave Walsh (Professor in Criminal Investigation at Leicester De Montfort Law School)
COR0220 - Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence Office of the Victims' Commissioner
COR0234 - Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence Anonymous
COR0197 - Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence Reunite Families Uk
COR0207 - Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence Dr Kelly Johnson (Assistant Professor at Durham University), and Dr Katrin Hohl (Senior Lecturer at City, University of London)
COR0210 - Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 10 2021 WrittenEvidence National Police Chiefs' Council
PCO0032 - Police conduct and complaints
Inquiry: Police conduct and complaints
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 13 2021 Correspondence Letter from the Minister for Future Borders and Imigration on the EU Settlement Scheme and applications from children in care and care leavers, dated 11 January 2021
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 13 2021 Correspondence Letter from the Home Secretary on oral evidence, dated 8 January 2021
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 13 2021 Correspondence Letter to the Permanent Secretary on oral evidence, dated 16 December 2020
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 13 2021 Correspondence Letter to the Home Secretary on oral evidence, dated 16 December 2020
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 13 2021 WrittenEvidence Windrush Justice Clinic
WCS0017 - The Windrush Compensation Scheme
Inquiry: The Windrush Compensation Scheme
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 13 2021 Correspondence Letter from the Permanent Secretary on oral evidence, dated 8 January 2021
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 04 2021 Call for Evidence Call for Evidence
Inquiry: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 04 2021 Call for Evidence Call for Evidence
Inquiry: Post-Transition management of the border
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 15 2021 Correspondence Letter to the Home Secretary on the deletion of data from the Police National Computer, dated 15 January 2021
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 03 2021 Correspondence Letter from the Home Secretary on the Hong Kong British National (Overseas) route, dated 29 January 2021
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Feb. 03 2021 Correspondence Letter from the Minister for Crime and Policing on the deletion of data from the Police National Computer, dated 27 January 2021
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 27 2021 WrittenEvidence Police Superintendents' Association
PCO0030 - Police conduct and complaints
Inquiry: Police conduct and complaints
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 27 2021 Formal Minutes Formal Minutes 2019-21 (to meeting on 4 November 2020)
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)
Jan. 27 2021 OralEvidence Inquiry Police conduct and complaints Deborah Coles (Executive Director at INQUEST), Michael Oswald (Partner, Bhatt Murphy Solicitors, Representative at INQUEST Lawyers Group, and Representative at Police Action Lawyers Group), Phill Matthews, and Victor Marshall OBE
27 January 2021
Inquiry: Police conduct and complaints
Inquiry Status: Open
Committee: Home Affairs Committee (Department: Home Office)

Dept. Publications

Research and Statistics

Date Department Title Type
Feb. 03 2021 Home Office Source Page: Crime outcomes in England and Wales, year to September 2020: data tables
Document: Crime outcomes in England and Wales, year to September 2020: data tables (ODS)
Research and Statistics
Feb. 03 2021 Home Office Source Page: Crime outcomes in England and Wales, year to September 2020: data tables
Document: Crime outcomes in England and Wales, year to September 2020: data tables (webpage)
Research and Statistics

Statistics

Date Department Title Type
Feb. 11 2021 Home Office Source Page: Fire and rescue incident statistics: England year ending September 2020
Document: Fire and rescue incident statistics: England year ending September 2020 (PDF)
Statistics
Feb. 11 2021 Home Office Source Page: Fire and rescue incident statistics: England year ending September 2020
Document: Fire and rescue incident statistics: England year ending September 2020 (webpage)
Statistics
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Police officer uplift, quarterly update to December 2020
Document: Police officer uplift, quarterly update to December 2020 (PDF)
Statistics
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Police officer uplift, quarterly update to December 2020
Document: Police officer uplift, quarterly update to December 2020 (ODS)
Statistics
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Police officer uplift, quarterly update to December 2020
Document: Police officer uplift, quarterly update to December 2020 (webpage)
Statistics
Feb. 01 2021 Home Office Source Page: Police workforce, England and Wales: 30 September 2020
Document: Police workforce, England and Wales: 30 September 2020 (PDF)
Statistics
Feb. 01 2021 Home Office Source Page: Police workforce, England and Wales: 30 September 2020
Document: Police workforce, England and Wales: 30 September 2020 (ODS)
Statistics
Feb. 01 2021 Home Office Source Page: Police workforce, England and Wales: 30 September 2020
Document: Police workforce, England and Wales: 30 September 2020 (ODS)
Statistics

News and Communications

Date Department Title Type
Jan. 21 2021 Home Office Source Page: Home Secretary's statement on coronavirus: 21 January 2021
Document: Home Secretary's statement on coronavirus: 21 January 2021 (webpage)
News and Communications
Jan. 21 2021 Home Office Source Page: £1 million to cut drug crime in Swansea Bay
Document: £1 million to cut drug crime in Swansea Bay (webpage)
News and Communications
Feb. 08 2021 Home Office Source Page: £35.5m to support young people at risk of involvement in serious violence
Document: £35.5m to support young people at risk of involvement in serious violence (webpage)
News and Communications
Feb. 08 2021 Home Office Source Page: Directors appointed to the Independent Office for Police Conduct
Document: Directors appointed to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (webpage)
News and Communications
Jan. 14 2021 Home Office Source Page: National Crime Agency Remuneration and Review Body remit: 2021 to 2022
Document: National Crime Agency Remuneration and Review Body remit: 2021 to 2022 (PDF)
News and Communications
Jan. 14 2021 Home Office Source Page: National Crime Agency Remuneration and Review Body remit: 2021 to 2022
Document: National Crime Agency Remuneration and Review Body remit: 2021 to 2022 (webpage)
News and Communications
Jan. 26 2021 Home Office Source Page: Response to the ACMD's advice on 2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP)
Document: Response to the ACMD's advice on 2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP) (PDF)
News and Communications
Jan. 26 2021 Home Office Source Page: Response to the ACMD's advice on 2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP)
Document: Response to the ACMD's advice on 2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP) (webpage)
News and Communications
Jan. 27 2021 Home Office Source Page: Domestic Abuse Bill 2020: letter from Baroness Williams to Peers following second reading
Document: Domestic Abuse Bill 2020: letter from Baroness Williams to Peers following second reading (PDF)
News and Communications
Jan. 27 2021 Home Office Source Page: Domestic Abuse Bill 2020: letter from Baroness Williams to Peers following second reading
Document: Domestic Abuse Bill 2020: letter from Baroness Williams to Peers following second reading (webpage)
News and Communications
Jan. 26 2021 Home Office Source Page: William Shawcross to lead independent review of Prevent
Document: William Shawcross to lead independent review of Prevent (webpage)
News and Communications
Jan. 25 2021 Home Office Source Page: Advice on consumer CBD (cannabidiol) products
Document: Advice on consumer CBD (cannabidiol) products (PDF)
News and Communications
Jan. 25 2021 Home Office Source Page: Advice on consumer CBD (cannabidiol) products
Document: Advice on consumer CBD (cannabidiol) products (webpage)
News and Communications
Feb. 04 2021 Home Office Source Page: Government publishes research into corrosive substances
Document: Government publishes research into corrosive substances (webpage)
News and Communications
Jan. 29 2021 Home Office Source Page: Government strengthens anti-social behaviour guidance to ensure protection for victims
Document: Government strengthens anti-social behaviour guidance to ensure protection for victims (webpage)
News and Communications
Jan. 16 2021 Home Office Source Page: Home Office working to restore Police National Computer data
Document: Home Office working to restore Police National Computer data (webpage)
News and Communications
Jan. 14 2021 Home Office Source Page: Home Secretary to introduce 'Kay's Law' reform to better protect victims
Document: Home Secretary to introduce 'Kay's Law' reform to better protect victims (webpage)
News and Communications
Jan. 29 2021 Home Office Source Page: Hong Kong BN(O) visa: UK government to honour historic commitment
Document: Hong Kong BN(O) visa: UK government to honour historic commitment (webpage)
News and Communications
Feb. 11 2021 Home Office Source Page: Landmark EU Settlement Scheme reaches five million applications
Document: Landmark EU Settlement Scheme reaches five million applications (webpage)
News and Communications

Open consultation

Date Department Title Type
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: changes to bodies granted accredited financial investigatory powers
Document: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: changes to bodies granted accredited financial investigatory powers (PDF)
Open consultation
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: changes to bodies granted accredited financial investigatory powers
Document: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: changes to bodies granted accredited financial investigatory powers (PDF)
Open consultation
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: changes to bodies granted accredited financial investigatory powers
Document: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: changes to bodies granted accredited financial investigatory powers (webpage)
Open consultation

Guidance and Regulation

Date Department Title Type
Feb. 01 2021 Home Office Source Page: Immigration Rules archive: 31 December 2020 to 30 January 2021
Document: Immigration Rules archive: 31 December 2020 to 30 January 2021 (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation
Feb. 01 2021 Home Office Source Page: Immigration Rules archive: 31 December 2020 to 30 January 2021
Document: Immigration Rules archive: 31 December 2020 to 30 January 2021 (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation
Feb. 04 2021 Home Office Source Page: Public service pension schemes consultation response guidance
Document: public service pension scheme consultation response (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation
Feb. 04 2021 Home Office Source Page: Public service pension schemes consultation response guidance
Document: Public service pension schemes consultation response guidance (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation
Feb. 11 2021 Home Office Source Page: Police pension forfeiture guidance
Document: Police pension forfeiture guidance (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation
Feb. 11 2021 Home Office Source Page: Police pension forfeiture guidance
Document: Police pension forfeiture guidance (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation
Feb. 05 2021 Home Office Source Page: Help young people avoid involvement in Serious and Organised Crime
Document: Help young people avoid involvement in Serious and Organised Crime (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation
Feb. 05 2021 Home Office Source Page: Help young people avoid involvement in Serious and Organised Crime
Document: Help young people avoid involvement in Serious and Organised Crime (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation
Jan. 19 2021 Home Office Source Page: UK and Switzerland MoU: mobility and strengthening migration cooperation
Document: UK and Switzerland MoU: mobility and strengthening migration cooperation (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation
Jan. 31 2021 Home Office Source Page: British National Overseas (BNO) visa: application processing times
Document: British National Overseas (BNO) visa: application processing times (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation
Jan. 29 2021 Home Office Source Page: Changes affecting study, post-study work and maintenance requirements for students and workers - statement of intent
Document: Changes affecting study, post-study work and maintenance requirements for students and workers - statement of intent (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation
Jan. 29 2021 Home Office Source Page: Changes affecting study, post-study work and maintenance requirements for students and workers - statement of intent
Document: Changes affecting study, post-study work and maintenance requirements for students and workers - statement of intent (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation
Jan. 31 2021 Home Office Source Page: Financial requirement caseworker guidance
Document: Financial requirement caseworker guidance (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation
Jan. 31 2021 Home Office Source Page: Financial requirement caseworker guidance
Document: Financial requirement caseworker guidance (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation
Jan. 25 2021 Home Office Source Page: Forensic information databases for research purposes: guidance
Document: Forensic information databases for research purposes: guidance (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation
Jan. 25 2021 Home Office Source Page: Forensic information databases for research purposes: guidance
Document: Forensic information databases for research purposes: guidance (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation
Jan. 31 2021 Home Office Source Page: An introduction to the Hong Kong British National (Overseas) visa
Document: An introduction to the Hong Kong British National (Overseas) visa (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation
Jan. 31 2021 Home Office Source Page: An introduction to the Hong Kong British National (Overseas) visa
Document: An introduction to the Hong Kong British National (Overseas) visa (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Policy paper

Date Department Title Type
Jan. 21 2021 Home Office Source Page: Response to an IICSA report on the sexual abuse of children outside the UK
Document: Response to an IICSA report on the sexual abuse of children outside the UK (PDF)
Policy paper
Jan. 21 2021 Home Office Source Page: Response to an IICSA report on the sexual abuse of children outside the UK
Document: Response to an IICSA report on the sexual abuse of children outside the UK (webpage)
Policy paper
Jan. 12 2021 Home Office Source Page: Response to an inspection of the Home Office’s use of sanctions and penalties
Document: Response to an inspection of the Home Office’s use of sanctions and penalties (PDF)
Policy paper
Jan. 12 2021 Home Office Source Page: Response to an inspection of the Home Office’s use of sanctions and penalties
Document: Response to an inspection of the Home Office’s use of sanctions and penalties (webpage)
Policy paper
Feb. 08 2021 Home Office Source Page: Statement in relation to legal routes from the EU for protection claimants including family reunion of unaccompanied children
Document: Statement in relation to legal routes from the EU for protection claimants including family reunion of unaccompanied children (PDF)
Policy paper
Feb. 08 2021 Home Office Source Page: Statement in relation to legal routes from the EU for protection claimants including family reunion of unaccompanied children
Document: Statement in relation to legal routes from the EU for protection claimants including family reunion of unaccompanied children (PDF)
Policy paper
Feb. 08 2021 Home Office Source Page: Statement in relation to legal routes from the EU for protection claimants including family reunion of unaccompanied children
Document: Statement in relation to legal routes from the EU for protection claimants including family reunion of unaccompanied children (webpage)
Policy paper
Feb. 12 2021 Home Office Source Page: Home Office evidence to the Police Remuneration Review Body, 2021 to 2022
Document: Home Office evidence to the Police Remuneration Review Body, 2021 to 2022 (PDF)
Policy paper
Feb. 12 2021 Home Office Source Page: Home Office evidence to the Police Remuneration Review Body, 2021 to 2022
Document: Home Office evidence to the Police Remuneration Review Body, 2021 to 2022 (webpage)
Policy paper

Transparency

Date Department Title Type
Feb. 08 2021 Home Office Source Page: Police Advisory Board for England and Wales: annual report, 2019 to 2020
Document: Police Advisory Board for England and Wales: annual report, 2019 to 2020 (PDF)
Transparency
Feb. 08 2021 Home Office Source Page: Police Advisory Board for England and Wales: annual report, 2019 to 2020
Document: Police Advisory Board for England and Wales: annual report, 2019 to 2020 (webpage)
Transparency
Jan. 21 2021 Home Office Source Page: Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority: annual report and accounts for 2019 to 2020
Document: Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority: annual report and accounts for 2019 to 2020 (PDF)
Transparency
Jan. 21 2021 Home Office Source Page: Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority: annual report and accounts for 2019 to 2020
Document: Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority: annual report and accounts for 2019 to 2020 (PDF)
Transparency
Jan. 21 2021 Home Office Source Page: Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority: annual report and accounts for 2019 to 2020
Document: Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority: annual report and accounts for 2019 to 2020 (webpage)
Transparency
Jan. 26 2021 Home Office Source Page: UK government Drug Recovery Champion annual report
Document: UK government Drug Recovery Champion annual report (webpage)
Transparency
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Windrush Compensation Scheme data: January 2021
Document: Windrush Compensation Scheme data: January 2021 (ODS)
Transparency
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Windrush Compensation Scheme data: January 2021
Document: Windrush Compensation Scheme data: January 2021 (webpage)
Transparency

Policy and Engagement

Date Department Title Type
Jan. 12 2021 Home Office Source Page: Five country statement on the temporary derogation to the ePrivacy Directive to combat child sexual exploitation and abuse
Document: Five country statement on the temporary derogation to the ePrivacy Directive to combat child sexual exploitation and abuse (webpage)
Policy and Engagement
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Draft Authority to Carry Scheme 2021
Document: Draft Authority to Carry Scheme 2021 (PDF)
Policy and Engagement
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Draft Authority to Carry Scheme 2021
Document: Draft Authority to Carry Scheme 2021 (PDF)
Policy and Engagement
Jan. 28 2021 Home Office Source Page: Draft Authority to Carry Scheme 2021
Document: Draft Authority to Carry Scheme 2021 (webpage)
Policy and Engagement

Home Office mentioned

Calendar

Date Details
10 Mar 2021, 9 a.m.
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Home Affairs Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
At 9.30am: Oral evidence
Lee Wook-Gyo - Quarantine facility management team leader, Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency
KIm Geum-Chan - Director, Quarantine policy division, Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency
Dr Hugh Heggie - Chief Health Officer, Northern Territory
Susan Pearce - Deputy Secretary for Patient Experience and System Performance, Ministry of Health, New South Wales
Deputy Commissioner Gary Worboys - Deputy Commissioner of Police, New South Wales
At 11.00am: Oral evidence
Emma Gilthorpe - Chief Operating Officer at Heathrow Airport Limited
Kate Nicholls - Chief Executive Officer at UK Hospitality
24 Feb 2021, 10 a.m.
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Home Affairs Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: (at 10:30 am) Rt Hon Priti Patel MP, Home Secretary, Home Office Matthew Rycroft CBE, Permanent Secretary, Home Office Paul Lincoln OBE, Director General, Border Force, Home Office
The work of the Home Secretary

Parliamentary Debates

Date Department Forum Title
Mon 08 Mar 2021 Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office Westminster Hall Press Freedom and Safety of Protesters: India

Mentions:
1: They caused great concern, and I pay tribute to the Home Office and the police. - Link

Mon 08 Mar 2021 Department for Education Lords Chamber Covid-19: Care System

Mentions:
1: noble Lord will be aware, there are specific programmes, including an investment of £70 million by the Home - Link

Thu 04 Mar 2021 Leader of the House Commons Chamber Business of the House

Mentions:
1: I will of course raise her specific points with the Home Office and the Ministry of Justice, and the - Link

Thu 04 Mar 2021 Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office Commons Chamber Counter-Daesh Update

Mentions:
1: That is one for the Home Office, but she will have heard the message from the Home Secretary and the - Link

Thu 04 Mar 2021 Department for Work and Pensions Commons Chamber Income Tax (Charge)

Mentions:
1: scheme will require a welcoming, not a hostile, environment, and that will require a major change at the Home - Link

Thu 04 Mar 2021 Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office Grand Committee Anti-slavery Projects: Commonwealth

Mentions:
1: Can my noble friend say how co-ordinated are the work and the funds across, for a start, the Home Office - Link
2: I assure her that the Home Office and the FCDO work together regularly at ministerial level and between - Link

Thu 04 Mar 2021 Cabinet Office Lords Chamber Police and Crime Commissioner Elections (Welsh Forms) Order 2021

Mentions:
1: There were also eight lay independent members, chosen by the authority itself from a list vetted by the Home - Link

Wed 03 Mar 2021 Scotland Office Lords Chamber Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill

Mentions:
1: I too joined in the very useful expert panel held last week with presentations from Home Office experts - Link
2: review and improvement of our counterterrorism systems and processes, the CONTEST unit, based in the Home - Link
3: will have full access to the relevant sensitive information and personnel and will routinely attend Home - Link
4: has been, over quite a long time, a legitimate—in the sense of authorised by legislation—use by the Home - Link

Wed 03 Mar 2021 Cabinet Office Grand Committee Financial Services Bill

Mentions:
1: In October 2017, a joint report by the Treasury and the Home Office, entitled National Risk Assessment - Link

Tue 02 Mar 2021 Department of Health and Social Care Commons Chamber Covid-19 Update

Mentions:
1: I am on it, along with Home Office and Foreign Office colleagues and representatives from the travel - Link

Tue 02 Mar 2021 Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office Commons Chamber Oral Answers to Questions

Mentions:
1: to a statement to the House in due course explaining how the scheme is being worked through with the Home - Link
2: I think she asked about the Home Office plans for a new global resettlement scheme; that is for the Home - Link
3: The new global resettlement scheme will be developed and launched by the Home Office in due course. - Link

Tue 02 Mar 2021 Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Commons Chamber Covid-19: Cultural and Entertainment Sectors

Mentions:
1: When it comes to touring after Brexit, the Minister’s job is to pass messages on from the Home Office - Link

Mon 01 Mar 2021 Department of Health and Social Care Lords Chamber Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (All Tiers and Self-Isolation) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2021

Mentions:
1: When the NHS shares data with the Home Office and immigration enforcement, they have every incentive - Link

Mon 01 Mar 2021 Department for Education Commons Chamber Oral Answers to Questions

Mentions:
1: done online, even outside of the pandemic, is the Minister prepared to work with counterparts in the Home - Link
2: The Home Office is in charge of the asylum seeker estate, and it does ensure that wi-fi is available. - Link

Wed 24 Feb 2021 Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Commons Chamber Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill

Mentions:
1: In three parts of my constituency, and in many other parts of the country, we have promises from the Home - Link
2: Culture, Media and Sport to deliver a shared rural network, and we are engaging intensively with the Home - Link

Select Committee Docs

Date Type Title
Mar. 08 2021 Correspondence Correspondence from PAC Chair Meg Hillier to Matthew Rycroft CBE, Permanent Secretary, Home Office, re Treasury Minute response to the Committee’s report on the asylum accommodation and support transformation programme
Committee: Public Accounts Committee

Found: Correspondence from PAC Chair Meg Hillier to Matthew Rycroft CBE, Permanent Secretary, Home Office, re

Written Answers

Date Title Questioner
8 Mar 2021 Prisoners on Remand: Remote Hearings Alex Cunningham (Labour - Stockton North)

Question to the Ministry of Justice:

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, pursuant to the Answer of 8 February to Question 147845 on Remote Hearings, if he will will carry out and publish an assessment of the impact of the withdrawal of video remand hearings.

Answered by Chris Philp - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Home Office)

The National Police Chiefs’ Council decided that all forces should withdraw from the use of video remand hearings (VRH) by the end of December 2020. HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) and the Home Office have temporarily provided joint funding to 6 police forces in priority areas (Derbyshire, Devon and Cornwall, Durham, Kent, Norfolk, and Suffolk) to enable them to operate VRH in the 5 weeks to the end of the financial year 20/21.

While we are not formally evaluating the withdrawal of police forces from VRH hearings, the MoJ and HMCTS are evaluating HMCTS Reform, of which Video Remand Hearings form a part, to understand what effects the programme has had.

8 Mar 2021 Building Safety Fund and Waking Watch Relief Fund Florence Eshalomi (Labour (Co-op) - Vauxhall)

Question to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government:

To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, if his Department will publish in full the evidential basis behind his decision to disqualify buildings under 18 metres from the (a) Building Safety Fund and (b) Waking Watch Relief Fund; and which industry experts were consulted ahead of that decision.

Answered by Christopher Pincher - Minister of State (Housing, Communities and Local Government)

We are taking decisive action to improve building safety and prioritising unsafe cladding which is a higher risk and can act as a fire accelerant – and is a greater risk in higher rise blocks. Home Office analysis of fire and rescue service statistics shows buildings between 18 and 30 metres are four times as likely to suffer a fire with fatalities or serious casualties than apartment buildings in general.  18 metres is also the height at which building standards become more restrictive in England and presumptions about firefighting tactics change


It is right that we prioritise action on higher rise buildings (over 18 metres) where risk to multiple households is greater when fire spreads. It is therefore the height criterion we have chosen for the Building Safety Fund and the Waking Watch Relief Fund. For the purposes of the Building Safety Fund we are allowing a tolerance of 30cm to this measurement so where there is appropriate evidence that a building measures 17.7 metres or above it will be eligible in regard to its height. This is to allow for measurement error, the potential for ground levels to have varied from the original design and the settlement of the building over time.

8 Mar 2021 Buildings: Insulation Florence Eshalomi (Labour (Co-op) - Vauxhall)

Question to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government:

To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, if his Department will publish in full the evidential basis for the 18 metre threshold criteria required to apply for Government grants for the removal of dangerous cladding.

Answered by Christopher Pincher - Minister of State (Housing, Communities and Local Government)

We are taking decisive action to improve building safety and prioritising unsafe cladding which is a higher risk and can act as a fire accelerant – and is a greater risk in higher rise blocks. Home Office analysis of fire and rescue service statistics shows buildings between 18 and 30 metres are four times as likely to suffer a fire with fatalities or serious casualties than apartment buildings in general.  18 metres is also the height at which building standards become more restrictive in England and presumptions about firefighting tactics change


It is right that we prioritise action on higher rise buildings (over 18 metres) where risk to multiple households is greater when fire spreads. It is therefore the height criterion we have chosen for the Building Safety Fund and the Waking Watch Relief Fund. For the purposes of the Building Safety Fund we are allowing a tolerance of 30cm to this measurement so where there is appropriate evidence that a building measures 17.7 metres or above it will be eligible in regard to its height. This is to allow for measurement error, the potential for ground levels to have varied from the original design and the settlement of the building over time.

5 Mar 2021 Telecommunications: Rural Areas Baroness McIntosh of Pickering (Conservative - Life peer)

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport:

To ask Her Majesty's Government what progress they have made in expanding communications network coverage in rural areas; and what plans they have to share the resources used by the Emergency Services Network to achieve such coverage.

Answered by Baroness Barran - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport)

The Government’s £1 billion Shared Rural Network (SRN) agreement with the Mobile Network Operators, will see the operators collectively increase 4G mobile coverage to 95% by the end of the programme. While the programme is still in its early stages, we anticipate that areas of the UK will see improvements in coverage long before its completion. On 27 January 2021, the operators O2, Three and Vodafone announced a joint venture to build and share 222 new mobile masts to boost rural coverage across the United Kingdom and deliver the first stage of the SRN. This will see 124 new sites built in Scotland, 33 in Wales, 11 in Northern Ireland, and 54 in England.

Furthermore, on 24 February, EE announced it will be expanding 4G in more than 500 areas in this year to improve rural connectivity across the UK as part of the programme. This will include 333 in England, 132 in Scotland, 76 in Wales, and 38 in Northern Ireland. 110 areas have already been upgraded since the SRN deal was signed, with a further 469 to follow this year in the first phase of the programme.

The Government is committed to delivering value for money for the taxpayer by sharing infrastructure where possible for the Shared Rural Network. The Home Office will make the Extended Area Service (EAS) infrastructure, which is part of the new Emergency Services Network (ESN), available to all mobile operators for deployment as part of SRN. In some specific cases, SRN site upgrades may not be possible due to insurmountable practical or cost barriers.

4 Mar 2021 Prisoners on Remand: Remote Hearings Alex Cunningham (Labour - Stockton North)

Question to the Ministry of Justice:

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, pursuant to the Answer of 8 February to Question 147845 on Remote Hearings, whether any funding has been provided to police forces to assist in the running of video remand hearings since March 2020.

Answered by Chris Philp - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Home Office)

Following my Answer of 8 February to Question 147845 on Remote hearings, I can confirm that temporary funding has been provided by MoJ and the Home Office to police forces to assist in the running of remote remand hearings. HMCTS and the Home Office have agreed a joint funding approach to provide 50% of the funding for Video Remand Hearings (VRH). Funding has been provided to 6 police forces in priority areas (Derbyshire, Devon and Cornwall, Durham, Kent, Norfolk and Suffolk) to enable them to operate VRH in the 5 weeks to the end of the financial year 20/21.

3 Mar 2021 Penally Camp Lord Roberts of Llandudno (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)

Question to the Ministry of Defence:

To ask Her Majesty's Government what recent assessment they have made of the suitability of Penally army barracks for use by the British Armed Forces.

Answered by Baroness Goldie - Minister of State (Ministry of Defence)

Prior to the handover of the site to the Home Office, the Ministry of Defence maintained Penally camp through the National Training Estate Prime (NTEP) contract, which included an inspections regime to maintain legal compliance.

3 Mar 2021 Napier Barracks Lord Roberts of Llandudno (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)

Question to the Ministry of Defence:

To ask Her Majesty's Government how long the former Napier barracks were vacant between service personnel leaving and its use to accommodate refugees in 2020.

Answered by Baroness Goldie - Minister of State (Ministry of Defence)

Prior to the transfer of Napier Barracks to the Home Office on 21 September 2020, the site was last used by military personnel on 10 September 2020 to support military training. It was vacant for 11 days.

3 Mar 2021 Penally Camp Lord Roberts of Llandudno (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)

Question to the Ministry of Defence:

To ask Her Majesty's Government how long the former army barracks at Penally were vacant after service personnel left; and what assessment was made of the living conditions of the billets upon vacation.

Answered by Baroness Goldie - Minister of State (Ministry of Defence)

Prior to the transfer of Penally to the Home Office on 21 September 2020, the site was last used by military personnel from 7 to 14 September 2020 to support military training. The Ministry of Defence (MOD) maintained Penally through the National Training Estate Prime (NTEP) contract, which included an inspections regime to maintain legal compliance. No additional assessment of living conditions was made by the MOD upon its vacation by MOD and transfer of use to the Home Office.

2 Mar 2021 Roads: Antisocial Behaviour and Speed Limits Stephanie Peacock (Labour - Barnsley East)

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what steps the Government is taking to ensure a coordinated inter-departmental approach to tackling (a) speeding and (b) anti-social behaviour on roads.

Answered by Rachel Maclean - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

The Government believes that any form of dangerous or inconsiderate driving behaviour is a serious road safety issue. All available research shows a link between excessive speed and the risk of collisions.

Enforcement of road traffic laws is for the police. Last autumn the Department for Transport launched a Call for Evidence, part of a wider roads policing review, a thorough examination of roads policing of roads policing in England and Wales and its relevance to road safety. Responses to the Call for Evidence will inform the action plan that is being developed by the roads policing review governance board. This is jointly chaired by officials from the Home Office and the Department for Transport. The Call for Evidence closed in October and we are planning to publish our response later this year.

The Road Safety Statement, ‘A Lifetime of Road Safety’, published in July 2019, describes many actions that will contribute towards safer driving and riding all round. By improving the training of new drivers, exposing them to a better understanding of hazards on the road and explaining road safety message through ‘THINK!’ campaigns, we aim to produce novice drivers with a better understanding of the importance of sensible speeds.

The Department has allocated £500 million for the period 2020/21 to 2021/22 to local highways authorities in England, outside of London, through the Integrated Transport Block for small scale transport schemes, including road safety measures. The Integrated Transport Block is not ring-fenced, allowing authorities to spend their allocations according to their own priorities. It is therefore for each authority to decide how it allocates its resources and which transport improvement projects to support.

2 Mar 2021 Road Traffic Offences Stephanie Peacock (Labour - Barnsley East)

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what steps his Department is taking to ensure that local authorities have the resources they need to tackle (a) speeding and (b) anti-social behaviour on roads.

Answered by Rachel Maclean - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

The Government believes that any form of dangerous or inconsiderate driving behaviour is a serious road safety issue. All available research shows a link between excessive speed and the risk of collisions.

Enforcement of road traffic laws is for the police. Last autumn the Department for Transport launched a Call for Evidence, part of a wider roads policing review, a thorough examination of roads policing of roads policing in England and Wales and its relevance to road safety. Responses to the Call for Evidence will inform the action plan that is being developed by the roads policing review governance board. This is jointly chaired by officials from the Home Office and the Department for Transport. The Call for Evidence closed in October and we are planning to publish our response later this year.

The Road Safety Statement, ‘A Lifetime of Road Safety’, published in July 2019, describes many actions that will contribute towards safer driving and riding all round. By improving the training of new drivers, exposing them to a better understanding of hazards on the road and explaining road safety message through ‘THINK!’ campaigns, we aim to produce novice drivers with a better understanding of the importance of sensible speeds.

The Department has allocated £500 million for the period 2020/21 to 2021/22 to local highways authorities in England, outside of London, through the Integrated Transport Block for small scale transport schemes, including road safety measures. The Integrated Transport Block is not ring-fenced, allowing authorities to spend their allocations according to their own priorities. It is therefore for each authority to decide how it allocates its resources and which transport improvement projects to support.

2 Mar 2021 Stalking: Sentencing Dan Jarvis (Labour - Barnsley Central)

Question to the Ministry of Justice:

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, how many people convicted of a stalking offence received a custodial sentence in the last 24 months.

Answered by Chris Philp - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Home Office)

The Ministry of Justice has published information on convictions and sentences for stalking offences in England and Wales, up to December 2019, available in the ‘Principal offence proceedings and outcomes by Home Office offence code’ data tool, which can be found here:

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/938554/HO-code-tool-principal-offence-2019.xlsx.

In the data tool linked above, use the ‘Offence code’ filter to select each/all of the following offences:

  • 00856 - Racially or religiously aggravated stalking without violence
  • 00858 - Racially or religiously aggravated stalking with fear of violence
  • 00865 - Stalking involving fear of violence
  • 00866 - Stalking involving serious alarm/distress
  • 00874 - Breach of stalking order / interim stalking order
  • 06816 - Various offences under sect 11(1)(A) & (2) of the Stalking Protection Act 2019
  • 19512 - Pursue course of conduct in breach of S.1(1) of Protection from Harassment Act 1997 which amounts to stalking.

Number of convictions will populate Row 32; number of immediate custodial sentences will populate Row 41.

1 Mar 2021 National Insurance Contributions: ICT Zarah Sultana (Labour - Coventry South)

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, when the digital service for issuing National Insurance Numbers will be ready for public use.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Work and Pensions)

The digital application service is currently available to applicants, who have already had their identity verified through another government department, primarily the Home Office.

The digital service enables Non EU/EEA nationals who have been granted a visa with the right to work, EU/EEA nationals who have been granted settled or pre-settled status, through the EU Settlement Scheme, and UK passport holders to make application using this service.

1 Mar 2021 Immigration: EU Nationals Marsha De Cordova (Labour - Battersea)

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, whether EU nationals who moved to the UK after March 2020 and prior to 31 December 2020 are eligible to apply for a National Insurance number.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Work and Pensions)

EU Nationals who moved to the UK after March 2020 and prior to December 2020 are eligible to apply for a National Insurance number.

Prior to allocating a National Insurance Number, the applicant’s identity must be confirmed. For those who have already had their identity verified through another government department, primarily the Home Office, they are able to apply for a National Insurance Number. This includes EU/EEA nationals who have been granted settled or pre-settled status through the EU Settlement Scheme

1 Mar 2021 Offenders: Rehabilitation Lyn Brown (Labour - West Ham)

Question to the Ministry of Justice:

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what recent discussions he has had with the (a) Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, (b) Minister for Housing, Communities and Local Government and (c) Chancellor of the Exchequer on the steps he plans to take to meet the target set by the Crime and Justice Task Force to get 75 per cent of prison leavers with an assessed substance misuse need to engage in treatment within three weeks of leaving prison.

Answered by Lucy Frazer - Minister of State (Ministry of Justice)

The Prime Minister’s Crime and Justice Taskforce (CJTF) was established last year to consider matters relating to the prevention of crime and the effectiveness of the Criminal Justice System including combating drug misuse.

It is a long-established precedent that information about the discussions that have taken place in Cabinet and its Committees, and how often they have met, is not normally shared publicly.

In response to diverting people away from offending, the Ministry of Justice is strengthening out of court disposals by putting into legislation the framework for a nationally consistent two-tier system, based on that developed by the National Police Chief Council (NPCC).This involves close working with the Home Office, the NPCC and the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners who are involved routinely at both a strategic and working level.

Additionally, DHSC have received £80m to tackle drug misuse in 2021-22. The bulk of the funding (£65m circa) will be given to for local authorities via a specific grant allocation to support delivery of services specifically for the offender cohort. This funding will be used to introduce specialist criminal justice drug and alcohol workers who will be based in police stations, courts or prisons with a remit to identify and screen individuals in order to divert them into treatment.

1 Mar 2021 Offenders: Rehabilitation Lyn Brown (Labour - West Ham)

Question to the Ministry of Justice:

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what his timescale is for meeting the target set by the Crime and Justice Task Force to get 75 per cent of prison leavers with an assessed substance misuse need to engage in treatment within three weeks of leaving prison.

Answered by Lucy Frazer - Minister of State (Ministry of Justice)

The Prime Minister’s Crime and Justice Taskforce (CJTF) was established last year to consider matters relating to the prevention of crime and the effectiveness of the Criminal Justice System including combating drug misuse.

It is a long-established precedent that information about the discussions that have taken place in Cabinet and its Committees, and how often they have met, is not normally shared publicly.

In response to diverting people away from offending, the Ministry of Justice is strengthening out of court disposals by putting into legislation the framework for a nationally consistent two-tier system, based on that developed by the National Police Chief Council (NPCC).This involves close working with the Home Office, the NPCC and the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners who are involved routinely at both a strategic and working level.

Additionally, DHSC have received £80m to tackle drug misuse in 2021-22. The bulk of the funding (£65m circa) will be given to for local authorities via a specific grant allocation to support delivery of services specifically for the offender cohort. This funding will be used to introduce specialist criminal justice drug and alcohol workers who will be based in police stations, courts or prisons with a remit to identify and screen individuals in order to divert them into treatment.

1 Mar 2021 Offenders: Rehabilitation Lyn Brown (Labour - West Ham)

Question to the Ministry of Justice:

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what recent discussions he has had with (a) the Home Secretary, (b) the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, (c) National Police Chiefs’ Council and (d) other stakeholders on improving opportunities for diversion for people whose offending is linked to substance misuse.

Answered by Lucy Frazer - Minister of State (Ministry of Justice)

The Prime Minister’s Crime and Justice Taskforce (CJTF) was established last year to consider matters relating to the prevention of crime and the effectiveness of the Criminal Justice System including combating drug misuse.

It is a long-established precedent that information about the discussions that have taken place in Cabinet and its Committees, and how often they have met, is not normally shared publicly.

In response to diverting people away from offending, the Ministry of Justice is strengthening out of court disposals by putting into legislation the framework for a nationally consistent two-tier system, based on that developed by the National Police Chief Council (NPCC).This involves close working with the Home Office, the NPCC and the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners who are involved routinely at both a strategic and working level.

Additionally, DHSC have received £80m to tackle drug misuse in 2021-22. The bulk of the funding (£65m circa) will be given to for local authorities via a specific grant allocation to support delivery of services specifically for the offender cohort. This funding will be used to introduce specialist criminal justice drug and alcohol workers who will be based in police stations, courts or prisons with a remit to identify and screen individuals in order to divert them into treatment.

1 Mar 2021 Labour Market: Unfair Practices Imran Hussain (Labour - Bradford East)

Question to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy:

To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, when his Department plans to publish the Labour Market Enforcement Strategy 2020 to 2021.

Answered by Paul Scully - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy)

We are working with our colleagues at the Home Office to publish the Labour Market Enforcement Strategy 2020-21 in due course. It was important to take the time to work with the former Director of Labour Market Enforcement and the enforcement bodies to ensure that the Strategy is making the right recommendations in the face of the new challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic. The 2020/21 will be published as an agreed Strategy and so we will be taking forward all the recommendations in the final version.

1 Mar 2021 Peat Bogs: Fires Robert Goodwill (Conservative - Scarborough and Whitby)

Question to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs:

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what steps he is taking to mitigate the risk of wildfires on peat soils and priority habitats where the vegetation fuel load and soil conditions may combine to increase that risk.

Answered by Rebecca Pow - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)

Wildfire is a devolved matter and therefore, the information provided relates to England only.

It is the responsibility of the relevant Fire and Rescue Service to investigate the reasons for any particular wildfire, with these findings being collated by the Home Office. Where appropriate the findings of the relevant Fire and Rescue Service will be shared with Defra so that lessons can learned, as appropriate.

The Met Office developed the Fire Severity Index, which is an assessment of how severe a fire could become if one were to start. It enables landowners and land managers to take action where the severity is identified as high risk.

We recognise that the primary cause of wildfire is people. We are encouraging sustainable land management practices that mitigate wildfire risk by reducing fuel loads and returning the land to a naturally wildfire resilient state. This includes encouraging landowners and land managers to adopt or create good quality wildfire management plans to reduce wildfire risk and prepare for any eventualities of wildfire. We are also exploring with Natural England and the Forestry Commission the possible development of suitable training around wildfire for landowners and land managers.

The Government will be setting out further measures to restore, protect and manage England's peatlands this year, as part of a package of measures to protect England's landscapes and nature-based solutions.

1 Mar 2021 Moorland: Fires Robert Goodwill (Conservative - Scarborough and Whitby)

Question to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs:

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what assessment he has made of the reasons for wildfires (a) on Bodmin Moor, (b) on Dartmoor, (c) on Benbecula and (d) in Northern Ireland in February 2021; and which other areas of high fuel load he has identified as being at risk of those fires.

Answered by Rebecca Pow - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)

Wildfire is a devolved matter and therefore, the information provided relates to England only.

It is the responsibility of the relevant Fire and Rescue Service to investigate the reasons for any particular wildfire, with these findings being collated by the Home Office. Where appropriate the findings of the relevant Fire and Rescue Service will be shared with Defra so that lessons can learned, as appropriate.

The Met Office developed the Fire Severity Index, which is an assessment of how severe a fire could become if one were to start. It enables landowners and land managers to take action where the severity is identified as high risk.

We recognise that the primary cause of wildfire is people. We are encouraging sustainable land management practices that mitigate wildfire risk by reducing fuel loads and returning the land to a naturally wildfire resilient state. This includes encouraging landowners and land managers to adopt or create good quality wildfire management plans to reduce wildfire risk and prepare for any eventualities of wildfire. We are also exploring with Natural England and the Forestry Commission the possible development of suitable training around wildfire for landowners and land managers.

The Government will be setting out further measures to restore, protect and manage England's peatlands this year, as part of a package of measures to protect England's landscapes and nature-based solutions.

25 Feb 2021 National Insurance: Migrants Christine Jardine (Liberal Democrat - Edinburgh West)

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, on what date people who have not entered the UK on a visa will be able to apply for a national insurance number.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Work and Pensions)

Prior to allocating a National Insurance Number, the applicants identity must be confirmed.

For the majority of applicants, who have already had their identity verified through another government department, primarily the Home Office, they are able to apply for a National Insurance Number. This includes visa holders, EU/EEA nationals who have been granted settled or pre-settled status through the EU Settlement Scheme and UK passport holders.

For applicants who have not had their identity verified, they will still be required to attend a face to face identity check. The reopening of our face to face service is linked to the recent government guidelines on Covid-19 restrictions and we are currently working on plans to reopen the service at the earliest opportunity in line with these guidelines.

25 Feb 2021 Ministry of Defence: Crime and Justice Taskforce Lyn Brown (Labour - West Ham)

Question to the Ministry of Defence:

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what targets the Crime and Justice Task Force has set for his Department.

Answered by Johnny Mercer - Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (jointly with the Ministry of Defence)

The Ministry of Defence is not aware of being subject to any targets set by the Crime and Justice Task Force within the Home Office.

25 Feb 2021 Latin America: Sanctions Baroness Hooper (Conservative - Life peer)

Question to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office:

To ask Her Majesty's Government how many, and which, countries in Latin America are subject to UK sanctions; and how such sanctions and any possible infringements are monitored, in particular in any country where there is no UK Embassy.

Answered by Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon - Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office)

Currently there are 42 individuals designated under the UK's Nicaragua and Venezuela sanctions regimes, as well as three Venezuelan nationals designated under the Global Human Rights regime. These individuals are subject to asset freezes and travel bans. The Venezuela sanctions regime also includes trade restrictions on specified goods and technology, such as military goods (e.g. arms) or goods and technology which may be used to repress the civilian population of Venezuela or to intercept and monitor communications. Under UK autonomous regimes, travel ban measures apply solely in the UK, and financial sanctions are only binding on UK nationals, UK registered companies and their subsidiaries.

Various HMG departments and offices hold responsibility for monitoring sanctions compliance and enforcing action against non-compliance, and individuals and companies themselves can also report information on suspected breaches to the relevant enforcement bodies. The Office for Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) takes civil action for breaches of financial sanctions, and can work with the National Crime Agency (NCA) if criminal action is appropriate. The Home Office implement and enforce travel bans.

25 Feb 2021 Students: Migrants Darren Jones (Labour - Bristol North West)

Question to the Department for Education:

To ask the Secretary of State for Education, for what reason the Student Loans Company is not permitted to support young people who have Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK with access to student finance for the purposes of undertaking higher education courses.

Answered by Michelle Donelan - Minister of State (Education)

Generally, to be eligible for student support a student must be resident in England and have ‘settled’ status or a recognised connection with the UK on the first day of the first academic year of the course and must have been resident in the UK and Islands (Channel Islands and the Isle of Man) for the 3 years prior to that date.

Student finance is, therefore, available to those persons who have indefinite leave to enter or remain in the UK provided they meet the relevant residence and other requirements.

The Student Loans Company relies on information from the Home Office in relation to immigration matters when assessing eligibility.

Early Day Motions

Date Tabled Title Signatures
8 Mar 2021

EU Settlement Scheme documentation for married women

Tabled by: Angela Crawley (Scottish National Party - Lanark and Hamilton East)
That this House is aware EU Settlement Scheme paperwork has been issued to married women showing names they do not currently use; understands that when processing EU Settlement Scheme documentation the Home Office takes information only from the machine readable zone of an applicant’s passport; notes that passports from many …
1 signatures
(Most recent: 8 Mar 2021)
Signatures by party:
Scottish National Party: 1

Tweets

Date Source
8 Mar 2021, 5:32 p.m. Alistair Carmichael (Liberal Democrat - Orkney and Shetland)
Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Home Affairs)

Clear that the Government has not only treated these asylum seekers appallingly, but also ignored the advice of public health experts. Home Office was warned that putting people in such cramped conditions would make a Covid outbreak inevitable, and that’s exactly what happened. https://t.co/o3yPpf2nhU - Tweet Link

8 Mar 2021, 5:27 p.m. Alistair Carmichael (Liberal Democrat - Orkney and Shetland)
Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Home Affairs)

Completely unacceptable for the Home Office to place vulnerable people in accommodation that has been declared ‘unfit for habitation’ by inspectors – especially during this pandemic. As always with the Home Office, it’s hard to tell how much is cruelty and how much incompetence. https://t.co/VIJuZmyOId - Tweet Link

8 Mar 2021, 4:36 p.m. Liz Saville Roberts (Plaid Cymru - Dwyfor Meirionnydd)
Plaid Cymru Westminster Leader

How on earth can UK Home Office continue to insist that Penally asylum seekers’ accommodation is covid-secure? Key findings of Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigrations are damning https://t.co/b1LjySCO00 https://t.co/gGT4fD72Yb - Tweet Link

8 Mar 2021, 3:57 p.m. Stuart C McDonald (Scottish National Party - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Home Affairs)

Little wonder the Home Office has been so reluctant to publish the public health advice it purported to be “following”. It has been doing nothing of the sort. No public health advice can justify this scandal. #CloseTheBarracks https://t.co/3LvGdXZJGQ - Tweet Link

8 Mar 2021, 3:26 p.m. Alistair Carmichael (Liberal Democrat - Orkney and Shetland)
Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Home Affairs)

This change is a victory for fishermen who have been let down by the Home Office for too long. The decision should have been made months ago but I'm glad we have finally made govt see sense. In future ministers need to listen to skippers rather than dictating to the industry. https://t.co/8WXv2uDfeU - Tweet Link

8 Mar 2021, 3 p.m. Stuart C McDonald (Scottish National Party - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Home Affairs)

The more we learn, the more outrageous this whole episode. Using these barracks for asylum seekers was not so much negligent as utterly reckless. Also near impossible to square these findings with assurances that the Home Office has repeatedly given Parliament #CloseTheBarracks https://t.co/dTfPpU3YDl - Tweet Link

5 Mar 2021, 4:20 p.m. Lord Beecham (Labour - Life peer)

The government has been forced to pay £34000 damages and £30,000 on Costs to a senior civil servant b# in the Home Office forced out of his job- yert another triumph for not so Piti Patel. - Tweet Link

5 Mar 2021, 12:41 p.m. Stuart C McDonald (Scottish National Party - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Home Affairs)

Yet, shamefully, the Home Office is just going to carry on regardless. #CloseTheBarracks https://t.co/8FHeX8QaDj - Tweet Link

5 Mar 2021, 12:39 p.m. Tim Farron (Liberal Democrat - Westmorland and Lonsdale)
Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Housing, Communities and Local Government)

@ElliotTheUnread Absolutely. Part of the problem is that the Home Office system is so rubbish, it takes forever to reach a conclusion and decide where people are accepted or not. - Tweet Link

5 Mar 2021, 12:39 p.m. Stuart C McDonald (Scottish National Party - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Home Affairs)

Excellent work from @Channel4News & @TBIJ exposing the appalling 'reasoning' that led the Home Office to start warehousing asylum seekers in disused military barracks. #CloseTheBarracks https://t.co/QSXmhA0RBa - Tweet Link

5 Mar 2021, 8:59 a.m. Chris Law (Scottish National Party - Dundee West)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (International Development)

Six figure sums for bullying and breaching the ministerial code and not a peep out of the Tories for resignation. Struth! #hypocrisy #littlebritain # # Priti Patel reaches £340,000 settlement with ex-Home Office chief Philip Rutnam https://t.co/5u1PmglzR3 - Tweet Link

5 Mar 2021, 8:01 a.m. Ian Mearns (Labour - Gateshead)

If this was in Scotland it would surely be a resigning issue, but it’s Westminster so - Nothing to see here: Priti Patel reaches £340,000 settlement with ex-Home Office chief Philip Rutnam https://t.co/VG2p2BHFCl - Tweet Link

4 Mar 2021, 8:30 p.m. Holly Lynch (Labour - Halifax)
Shadow Minister (Home Office)

@UKLabour warned time and again that the UK government’s immigration reforms would put at risk the NHS at this crucial time. While this U-turn is necessary, the announcement snuck out by the Home Office shows just how misguided their approach is... https://t.co/eKj4jZhR2m - Tweet Link

4 Mar 2021, 11:25 a.m. Stuart C McDonald (Scottish National Party - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Home Affairs)

Well done to Holly Lynch for securing this damning document, again proving the urgent need to #CloseTheBarracks where asylum seekers are being warehoused. No wonder Home Office resist calls to publish anything. The more we see, the more scandalous use of these barracks is. https://t.co/qCOYTqC0kx - Tweet Link

3 Mar 2021, 4:46 p.m. Olivia Blake (Labour - Sheffield, Hallam)

As the #lockdown continues, Asylum seekers are still being made to travel long distances to report to the Home Office. Join the campaign launch tonight to hear what needs to change, and how you can help #AbolishReporting #TheseWallsMustFall https://t.co/rKPKgdPIxv - Tweet Link

28 Feb 2021, 2:53 p.m. Baroness Fox of Buckley (Non-affiliated - Life peer)

Chilling. Patel says although she appreciates protest is “a cornerstone of our democracy”, immediately shows she doesn't by asking how Home Office can help police ensure future protests don't impact on “rights of others to go about their daily business” https://t.co/smZOn4AQzm - Tweet Link

27 Feb 2021, 9:13 p.m. Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour (Co-op) - Brighton, Kemptown)

@FieryFart @mattiexoxxx Yes but UK not followed, partly because of the setting of the schedule by home office. The hangover of drugs laws more generally are based on a outdated prohibition model, but its not out of the frying pan into the fire - it should be health focused and non criminal justice. - Tweet Link

27 Feb 2021, 9:07 p.m. Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour (Co-op) - Brighton, Kemptown)

@FieryFart @mattiexoxxx Current regs set by home office put cannabis in a schedule (legal uses) higher than heroin. This is just stupid. Changing that is not full legalisation of rec. drugs, its decriminalisation or all drugs and then a harm based system for both scheduling/class and for enforcement. - Tweet Link

27 Feb 2021, 9:01 p.m. Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour (Co-op) - Brighton, Kemptown)

@mattiexoxxx @FieryFart At the moment the regulations are set by Home office in the crime unit with advice (that they ignore) by experts. That should change the law should change to give the full power to the health regulator (like we do with medical drugs where MPs can't overrule the regulator). - Tweet Link

27 Feb 2021, 2:28 p.m. Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour (Co-op) - Brighton, Kemptown)

@LiquidPanda_ @OmegaJak That's I, in the preceding tweet, say that the scheduling should be removed from the home office and put in dept of health and be based on medical evidence only. Read the thread and not just one tweet. - Tweet Link

25 Feb 2021, 7:33 p.m. Olivia Blake (Labour - Sheffield, Hallam)

The Home Office must #StopTheDeportation of #OsimeBrown. If you’ve not already, join @FreeOsimeBrown’s campaign now & take action 👇🏼 #JusticeForOsimeBrown #OsimeNeedsHisFamily https://t.co/3GiGK8fqeA - Tweet Link

25 Feb 2021, 5:20 p.m. Ian Murray (Labour - Edinburgh South)
Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland

In the space of 15 minutes the crown for the most delayed response comes from everyone’s favourite the Home Office. Sent on 21 July, answered today. Not good enough @pritipatel https://t.co/rGXnZzP8GW https://t.co/ELBBUQC2SU - Tweet Link

25 Feb 2021, 3:38 p.m. Home Affairs Committee

On cultural change within the Home Office, the Home Secretary said staff training was encouraging empathy and better communication with individuals. Rycroft added that the Home Office has a vision set out with values to be respectful, compassionate, collaborative and courageous. - Tweet Link

25 Feb 2021, 9:19 a.m. Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle (Green Party - Life peer)

"Home Office announced in November it would “shortly be restarting resettlement”; 232 places under the scheme would be filled “early in the new year” It is now end of February. Seems Home Office just can't manage #RefugeesWelcome https://t.co/z3mBuv3AsC - Tweet Link

24 Feb 2021, 6:58 p.m. Stuart C McDonald (Scottish National Party - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Home Affairs)

These questions should be REALLY EASY for the Home Secretary & Permanent Secretary. That they can’t answer properly is a really worrying indication of lack of Home Office thinking on impact of the Settled Status deadline. Solution - scrap the deadline. Make status automatic. https://t.co/YWVIRa0Urq - Tweet Link

24 Feb 2021, 1:36 p.m. Yvette Cooper (Labour - Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford)

99% of people arriving in country are not going into hotel quarantine. Evidence from Home Office to @CommonsHomeAffs this am. 15,000 people arriving a day. 150 go to hotels - only 1%. Majority can still go straight onto public transport home without being tested on arrival https://t.co/9eMtOWpmD8 - Tweet Link

24 Feb 2021, 10:44 a.m. Conor McGinn (Labour - St Helens North)
Shadow Minister (Home Office)

This is a welcome & much-needed resource from the Mayor of London to combat the worrying trends we’ve seen during the pandemic. Home Office Ministers should follow @SadiqKhan’s lead & act now to prevent the spread of terrorist & extremist material online. https://t.co/oGEk1n87W6 - Tweet Link

24 Feb 2021, 7:52 a.m. Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Economy)

Where else can those with visa queries go to find out why the home office hasn’t replied to them for 9 months and is still holding on to their passport? Where else can folk go to get a response from HMRC or DWP when they’re not answering the phone? - Tweet Link

24 Feb 2021, 12:47 a.m. Naomi Long (Alliance - Belfast East)

@BelfastEnd @allianceparty Yep - though we will need support beyond these shores as this is a UK wide policy controlled by the Home Office. - Tweet Link

Dept. Publications

Guidance and Regulation

Date Department Title Type
Mar. 09 2021 Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Source Page: National Action Plan for the Safety of Journalists
Document: National Action Plan for the Safety of Journalists (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: From: Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and Home Office Published: 9 March 2021

Mar. 08 2021 Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office Source Page: El Salvador: funeral directors
Document: El Salvador: funeral directors (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Stability and Security Fund: South, Southeast Asia and Afghanistan annual review summaries 2018 to 2019 Home

Mar. 08 2021 Ministry of Justice Source Page: Prison adjudications policy: PSI 05/2018
Document: Prison adjudications policy: PSI 05/2018 (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: ) in r elation to foreign national prisoners or immigration detainees who refuse to comply with Home

Mar. 04 2021 Department for Education Source Page: Quarantine arrangements for boarding school students from red list countries
Document: Quarantine arrangements for boarding school students from red list countries (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: The Home Office will consider what action is appropriate, in accordance with the policy, if any regulatory

Feb. 23 2021 Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office Source Page: El Salvador: doctors and medical facilities
Document: El Salvador: doctors and medical facilities (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Related content Cattle: TSE surveillance statistics Home Office board: hospitality, October

Policy and Engagement

Date Department Title Type
Mar. 04 2021 Department of Health and Social Care Source Page: DHSC evidence for the NHSPRB: pay round 2021 to 2022
Document: DHSC evidence for the NHSPRB: pay round 2021 to 2022 (PDF)
Policy and Engagement

Found: Government policies in place to support internationally trained health and care staff in the UK: (a) The Home

Mar. 04 2021 Department of Health and Social Care Source Page: DHSC evidence for the DDRB: pay round 2021 to 2022
Document: DHSC evidence for the DDRB: pay round 2021 to 2022 (PDF)
Policy and Engagement

Found: Government policies in place to support internationally trained health and care staff in the UK: The Home

News and Communications

Date Department Title Type
Mar. 04 2021 Cabinet Office Source Page: Letter from Sir Mark Sedwill to Sir Philip Rutnam: 29 February 2020
Document: Letter from Sir Mark Sedwill to Sir Philip Rutnam: 29 February 2020 (webpage)
News and Communications

Found: 2020 Letter from former Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark Sedwill to former Permanent Secretary of the Home

Research and Statistics

Date Department Title Type
Mar. 04 2021 Department for Education Source Page: Study of children joining family in England under the Dublin III Regulation
Document: Study of children joining family in England under the Dublin III Regulation (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: Preparing for a young person™s arrival 26 Home Office notification 26 How notification was received

Feb. 25 2021 HM Treasury Source Page: Public Spending Statistics release: February 2021
Document: Public Spending Statistics release: February 2021 (ODS)
Research and Statistics

Found: group Health and Social Care 113710 117031 120650 125278 134137 Education 63947 69831 75148 70444 78665 Home

Transparency

Date Department Title Type
Mar. 02 2021 Department for Education Source Page: Department for Education commercial pipeline data: 2020 to 2021
Document: Department for Education commercial pipeline data: 2020 to 2021 (ODS)
Transparency

Found: Associated implications with Home Office. 0 Direct Award 0 Extension.

Mar. 02 2021 Department for Education Source Page: Department for Education commercial pipeline data: 2020 to 2021
Document: Department for Education commercial pipeline data: 2020 to 2021 (Excel)
Transparency

Found: Associated implications with Home Office.0Direct Award0Extension.MediumOtherShahid.omer@education.gov.ukproject

Non-Dept Publications

Guidance and Regulation

Date Non Ministerial Department Title Type
Mar. 08 2021 Public Health England (PHE) Source Page: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK
Document: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: The programme is delivered in collaboration with the UK Home Office.

Mar. 08 2021 Public Health England (PHE) Source Page: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK
Document: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Pre - entry screening is done in collaboration with the UK Home Office.

Mar. 08 2021 Public Health England (PHE) Source Page: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK
Document: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: We would also like to acknowledge the successful collaboration with the UK Home Office, and in particular

Mar. 08 2021 Public Health England (PHE) Source Page: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK
Document: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Pre - entry screening is done in collaboration with the UK Home Office.

Mar. 08 2021 Public Health England (PHE) Source Page: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK
Document: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: , other overseas panel physicians, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) p osts and the Home

Mar. 08 2021 Public Health England (PHE) Source Page: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK
Document: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: , other overseas panel physicians, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) p osts and the Home

Mar. 08 2021 Public Health England (PHE) Source Page: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK
Document: Tuberculosis: pre-entry screening in the UK (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Pre - entry screening is done in collaboration with the UK Home Office.

Mar. 08 2021 Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) Source Page: Prison adjudications policy: PSI 05/2018
Document: Prison adjudications policy: PSI 05/2018 (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: ) in r elation to foreign national prisoners or immigration detainees who refuse to comply with Home

Mar. 04 2021 HM Passport Office Source Page: Cancelling passports: non-payment of child maintenance
Document: Cancelling passports: non-payment of child maintenance (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: child main tenance Page 2 of 11 Published for Home

Mar. 04 2021 HM Passport Office Source Page: Names: evidence to change a name
Document: Names: evidence to change a name (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Page 1 of 17 Published for Home Office staff on 16 February

Mar. 04 2021 HM Passport Office Source Page: Names: aligning names on foreign documents
Document: Names: aligning names on foreign documents (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Page 1 of 36 Published for Home Office staff on 24 Febr

Mar. 04 2021 HM Passport Office Source Page: Names: change of name passport applications
Document: Names: change of name passport applications (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Page 1 of 62 Published for Home Office staff on 31 January 2021

Mar. 04 2021 Office of the Parliamentary Counsel (OPC) Source Page: Common legislative solutions: a guide to tackling recurring policy issues in legislation
Document: Common legislative solutions: a guide to tackling recurring policy issues in legislation (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: The Home Office Code of Practice on Powers of Entry issued under sections 47 to 53 of the n - -

Mar. 01 2021 Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Source Page: How to find a digital specialist on Digital Marketplace
Document: requirements template (ODS)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: The individual will be working with a large team supporting the wider Home Office and related departments

Feb. 25 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: British National Overseas (BNO) visa: application processing times
Document: British National Overseas (BNO) visa: application processing times (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: 2021 Last updated 25 February 2021 — see all updates From: Home

News and Communications

Date Non Ministerial Department Title Type
Mar. 05 2021 HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) Source Page: Police super-complaints: police response to BAME victims of sexual abuse
Document: Police super-complaints: police response to BAME victims of sexual abuse (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: police officers sharing the data of people reporting crimes or coming forward as witnesses with the Home

Research and Statistics

Date Non Ministerial Department Title Type
Mar. 05 2021 Department of Justice (Northern Ireland) Source Page: Police Remuneration Review Body 6th report: 2020 Northern Ireland
Document: Police Remuneration Review Body 6th report: 2020 Northern Ireland (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: to recruit, retain and motivate suitably able and qualified officers; the funds available to the Home

Mar. 05 2021 Department of Justice (Northern Ireland) Source Page: Police Remuneration Review Body 6th report: 2020 Northern Ireland
Document: Police Remuneration Review Body 6th report: 2020 Northern Ireland (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: to recruit, retain and motivate suitably able and qualified officers; the funds available to the Home

Feb. 25 2021 Government Office for Science (GO-Science) Source Page: Rebuilding a resilient Britain: summary report
Document: Rebuilding a resilient Britain: summary report (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: for Science HMRC Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs H MT Her Majesty's Treasury HO Home

Feb. 24 2021 Regulatory Policy Committee (RPC) Source Page: Removing home fee status and access to Student Finance England for EU, other EEA, and Swiss nationals: RPC Opinion
Document: Removing home fee status and access to Student Finance England for EU, other EEA, and Swiss nationals: RPC Opinion (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: The Home Office also used this baseline projection to appraise the points -based immigration system

Feb. 24 2021 Commission for Countering Extremism Source Page: Operating with impunity: legal review
Document: Operating with impunity: legal review (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: D According to the Home Office, fimixed, unstable or unclear ideologyfl reflects fiinstances where the ideology

Feb. 24 2021 Commission for Countering Extremism Source Page: Operating with impunity: legal review
Document: Operating with impunity: legal review (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: D According to the Home Office, fimixed, unstable or unclear ideologyfl reflects fiinstances where the ideology

Policy paper

Date Non Ministerial Department Title Type
Mar. 04 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021
Document: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021 (PDF)
Policy paper

Found: Queries should be directed to the Home Office immigration pages of the GOV.UK websit e at https

Mar. 04 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021
Document: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021 (PDF)
Policy paper

Found: Queries should be directed to the Home Office immigration pages of the GOV.UK websit e at https

Mar. 04 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021
Document: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021 (PDF)
Policy paper

Found: Introduction 1.1 This Explanatory Memorandum has been prepared by the Home Office and is laid before

Mar. 04 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021
Document: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021 (PDF)
Policy paper

Found: management information reporting : Resettlement, Asylum Support and Integration (RASI) maintain Home

Mar. 04 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021
Document: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021 (PDF)
Policy paper

Found: Home Office: processing costs of £ 1 2 0 million.

Mar. 04 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021
Document: Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 1248, 4 March 2021 (webpage)
Policy paper

Found: From: Home Office and UK Visas and Immigration Published: 4 March 2021 Documents Statement

Transparency

Date Non Ministerial Department Title Type
Feb. 26 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Immigration & Protection data: February 2021
Document: Immigration & Protection data: February 2021 (ODS)
Transparency

Found: 00:00:00 Q1 2012-Q4 2020 2021-02-25 00:00:00 ALAR_01A The volume of oral hearings represented by the Home

Feb. 26 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Immigration & Protection data: February 2021
Document: Immigration & Protection data: February 2021 (webpage)
Transparency

Found: Published 26 February 2021 From: Home Office and UK Visas and Immigration

Feb. 26 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Windrush Task Force Data: February 2021
Document: Windrush Task Force Data: February 2021 (webpage)
Transparency

Found: Published 26 February 2021 From: UK Visas and Immigration and Home Office

Feb. 26 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Visas and Citizenship data: February 2021
Document: Visas and Citizenship data: February 2021 (ODS)
Transparency

Found: defined reports supplied and reconciled by PSI Services and are not subject to detailed checking by the Home

Feb. 26 2021 UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Source Page: Visas and Citizenship data: February 2021
Document: Visas and Citizenship data: February 2021 (webpage)
Transparency

Found: Published 26 February 2021 From: Home Office and UK Visas and Immigration

Feb. 26 2021 Border Force Source Page: Immigration Enforcement data: February 2021
Document: Immigration Enforcement data: February 2021 (ODS)
Transparency

Found: 30 00:00:00 Q1 2015-Q4 2020 2021-02-25 00:00:00 DT_03 Reports made by a medical practitioner to the Home

Feb. 26 2021 Border Force Source Page: Immigration Enforcement data: February 2021
Document: Immigration Enforcement data: February 2021 (webpage)
Transparency

Found: per day to hold an individual in immigration detention reports made by a medical practitioner to the Home

Feb. 26 2021 Border Force Source Page: Border Force transparency data: February 2021
Document: Border Force transparency data: February 2021 (ODS)
Transparency

Found: international trade of endangered species (CITES) volume Counting Rules The data has been compiled using the Home

Feb. 26 2021 Border Force Source Page: Border Force transparency data: February 2021
Document: Border Force transparency data: February 2021 (webpage)
Transparency

Found: Published 26 February 2021 From: Home Office and Border Force

Statistics

Date Non Ministerial Department Title Type
Feb. 26 2021 Department of Justice (Northern Ireland) Source Page: Experience of Crime: Findings from the 2019/20 Northern Ireland Safe Community Survey
Document: Experience of Crime: Findings from the 2019/20 Northern Ireland Safe Community Survey (Excel)
Statistics

Found: In April 2008 the Home Office issued clarification to police forces on how to record offences of wounding

Feb. 26 2021 Department of Justice (Northern Ireland) Source Page: Experience of Crime: Findings from the 2019/20 Northern Ireland Safe Community Survey
Document: Experience of Crime: Findings from the 2019/20 Northern Ireland Safe Community Survey (ODS)
Statistics

Found: In April 2008 the Home Office issued clarification to police forces on how to record offences of wounding

Feb. 26 2021 Department of Justice (Northern Ireland) Source Page: Experience of Crime: Findings from the 2019/20 Northern Ireland Safe Community Survey
Document: Experience of Crime: Findings from the 2019/20 Northern Ireland Safe Community Survey (PDF)
Statistics

Found: Recorded crime statistics are produced by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) in line with Home

Feb. 25 2021 Office for National Statistics (ONS) Source Page: Migration Statistics Quarterly Report: February 2021
Document: Migration Statistics Quarterly Report: February 2021 (webpage)
Statistics

Found: A coordinated release between the ONS, Home Office and DWP.

Feb. 25 2021 Office for National Statistics (ONS) Source Page: Homicide in England and Wales: year ending March 2020
Document: Homicide in England and Wales: year ending March 2020 (webpage)
Statistics

Found: Homicide in England and Wales: year ending March 2020 Analyses of information held within the Home