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Information since 19 May 2021, 2:26 a.m.


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Home Office
4 Jun 2021, 11:30 a.m.

🎥 DRUGS RAID: We go behind-the-scenes with @Kent_Police and Policing Minister @KitMalthouse to see brave frontline officers seizing drugs and weapons as part of #OpSceptre https://t.co/4Zr7Pui86R

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Home Office
4 Jun 2021, 4 p.m.

The Places of Worship protective security funding scheme is now open for applications. It provides funding for protective security measures, such as CCTV and intruder alarms, to places of worship that are vulnerable to hate crime. 👉 https://t.co/uwhhVunj7K https://t.co/856RtZIiYc

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Home Office
3 Jun 2021, 11:39 a.m.

❣️ Everyone should feel safe on our streets ❣️ We’re giving an extra £25m to help improve the safety of public spaces. The #SaferStreets Fund will encourage innovative ideas to ensure everyone, particularly women and girls, feel safe on our streets. https://t.co/8EaSzkS7bE

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Home Office
3 Jun 2021, 1:15 p.m.

Criminal gangs are putting profits before people’s lives through these dangerous and unnecessary crossings. Our #NewPlanForImmigration will break the business model of these heinous people smuggling networks and save lives. https://t.co/fqWAchm1rj

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Home Office
3 Jun 2021, 3 p.m.

It's #VolunteersWeek and so many give up their free time to make our communities safer. The #LordFerrers Awards provides an opportunity to recognise their outstanding contributions. Nominations are now open ⤵️ https://t.co/fqdsPuj19T

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Home Office
6 Jun 2021, 7:15 p.m.

Worried someone you know is experiencing #DomesticAbuse? Do they seem withdrawn, isolated or afraid? No concern is ever too small and you can be there to listen, believe and direct to support. Find out ways you can help 👉 https://t.co/2mgsZoWKlf #YouAreNotAlone 💜 https://t.co/GcctWaSq2c

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Home Office
7 Jun 2021, 8 a.m.

If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen resident in the 🇬🇧 by 31 December 2020 and need help applying to the EU #SettlementScheme, there is support available 📲 Find out more and apply at https://t.co/2ta1NkpJ5a https://t.co/9F4tKuXo9Y

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Home Office
2 Jun 2021, 1:07 p.m.

Join the over 500,000 Italian citizens who have applied to the EU #SettlementScheme so they can continue living, working or studying in the UK after 30 June 2021 🇬🇧 🇮🇹 There’s less than 30 days to apply at: https://t.co/2ta1NkpJ5a https://t.co/EaTkcJ8HVX

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Home Office
2 Jun 2021, 7:30 p.m.

It’s not all men at the top: A female police detective reveals all 🕵️‍♀️ The three-part series, Untold: The Police, is available to stream now on @All4 at https://t.co/dwDRrFQPyV https://t.co/HvAKDd2VMe

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Home Office
6 Jun 2021, 11 a.m.

Is your passport due to expire? You'll need to allow up to 10 weeks to process your passport application. Remember, applying online is the cheapest and easiest way to get your passport 📲 #PlanAhead #10weeks #CheckYourPassport 👉 https://t.co/XwfJOtH5VM https://t.co/rIZ1ciTp3i

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Home Office
4 Jun 2021, 5:17 p.m.

@Peston Letters are being sent out to those who may be eligible for the EU #SettlementScheme. It makes clear that if you are a British citizen who has received a letter you do not need to take any action and it can be ignored. Our thread on this 👇 https://t.co/2jSStlo2ZH

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Home Office
4 Jun 2021, 6 p.m.

"I think they're the real villains in all of this" UK law enforcement agencies are on the front line witnessing the human misery created by criminal gangs. Our #NewPlanForImmigration will break the business model of the people-smugglers endangering migrant lives. https://t.co/ylmPnK2yna

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Home Office
4 Jun 2021, 8 p.m.

“You do not deserve abuse, you deserve support” Being controlled, isolated or belittled by a partner or family member is not normal & it is never your fault. #DomesticAbuse services and helplines can offer help & support. Visit 👉 https://t.co/2mgsZoF9tH https://t.co/7DUE4D6Txb

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Home Office
5 Jun 2021, 8 a.m.

❣️ Everyone should feel safe on our streets ❣️ We’re giving an extra £25m to help improve the safety of public spaces. The #SaferStreets Fund will encourage innovative ideas to ensure everyone, particularly women & girls, feel safe on our streets. 📲 👉 https://t.co/Th1gaEonEl https://t.co/TMUbFHWk4p

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Home Office
3 Jun 2021, 7:30 p.m.

It's #VolunteerWeek and so many give up their free time to make our communities safer. The #LordFerrers Awards provide an opportunity to recognise their outstanding contributions. Nominations are now open 👇 https://t.co/zLT68Ee1nW

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Home Office
27 May 2021, 3:38 p.m.

Over 500k EU #SettlementScheme applications made by Italians wishing to stay in the UK.🇮🇹 Future Borders & Immigration Minister, @kevin_j_foster today gave the news to Italian Deputy Minister, Della Vedova. If you’re eligible, apply by 30 June 2021 https://t.co/0UUcZDZZgQ https://t.co/dAbQDTCWTu

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Home Office
25 May 2021, 1 p.m.

🚨The Police, Crime, Sentencing & Courts Bill will double the maximum penalty for those who assault our brave police and emergency workers 🚨 https://t.co/dEnYYtPnH0

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Home Office
25 May 2021, 4 p.m.

Thanks to our world-leading safe and legal routes, we have been resettling refugees in need, who fled the conflict in Syria, from countries including Iraq and Lebanon. We will continue our proud record with our #NewPlanforImmigration https://t.co/64U3cSVJXd

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Home Office
26 May 2021, 4:30 p.m.

Get help for #DomesticAbuse. Call 999 if in immediate danger. If you can’t speak and are calling from a mobile, listen to the operator and, when prompted, dial 55 to connect to the police, who will help. Find support: https://t.co/2mgsZoF9tH #YouAreNotAlone https://t.co/0YrK8muRXU

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Home Office
25 May 2021, 7 a.m.

The UK Government is publicly testing cell broadcasting technology that will alert people to emergencies, both nationwide and in their local areas. Find out more at 👉 https://t.co/a2EClSrtQl https://t.co/W9BXYx785e

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Home Office
27 May 2021, 9:14 a.m.

“County Lines are scarring our towns & villages” Policing Minister @kitmalthouse saw a @metpoliceuk @PoliceChiefs #CountyLines raid targeting criminals who sell illegal drugs & exploit vulnerable people. Since 2019 we've made over 5000 arrests helping to make communities safer. https://t.co/I3kZsAyB0l

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Home Office
25 May 2021, 7 p.m.

Being yourself in the force: A gay police officer reveals all. 📺 The three-part series, Untold: The Police, is available to stream now on @All4 at https://t.co/dwDRrG8qXv #JoinThePolice https://t.co/pnZVQrsgFe

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Home Office
25 May 2021, 9 p.m.

📅 Please allow up to 10 weeks for your passport to be processed when applying from the UK. Remember, applying online is the cheapest and easiest way to obtain your passport. ➡️ https://t.co/F60oW5u3OH #PlanAhead #CheckYourPassport https://t.co/GlAQ9zJOrc

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Home Office
26 May 2021, 11:30 a.m.

#ICYMI: We have awarded funding to @VictimSupport, @MaudsleyNHS, @CruseCare & @peacefoundation so they can continue to provide vital practical and emotional support to anyone affected by terror attacks. 👇 https://t.co/v8vBtHbNLA https://t.co/gFkwoDSWfY

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Home Office
27 May 2021, 7 a.m.

Mr Darkoh was helped by the #Windrush Compensation Scheme and wanted to share his story 📽️ If you faced similar difficulties, you too may be eligible for compensation – find out more about the scheme and how to apply. ➡️ https://t.co/GgW6SDNy3c https://t.co/1FiNyMQckR

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Home Office
28 May 2021, 9:56 a.m.

Our latest #Windrush Compensation Scheme statistics published show that by the end of April, we had offered or paid nearly £30 million in compensation to those affected. https://t.co/ZmGYiWQl9V

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Home Office
28 May 2021, noon

❗Nobody should suffer from #DomesticAbuse ❗ With lockdown lifting, if you’re worried or suspect that someone you know may be a victim of domestic abuse, help and support is available. https://t.co/2mgsZoF9tH #YouAreNotAlone 💜 https://t.co/IWL3MUOe0W

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Home Office
28 May 2021, 12:24 p.m.

@OfficialMelB @womensaid Thank you @OfficialMelB for sharing. 💜💜💜 #YouAreNotAlone

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Home Office
1 Jun 2021, 10:30 a.m.

If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen or their family member resident in the UK by 31 December 2020 and need help applying to the EU #SettlementScheme, there is support available. Find out more here ➡️ https://t.co/fJPxRexMjV https://t.co/4oOnxYo7Gn

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Home Office
1 Jun 2021, 12:30 p.m.

Since the start of 2020 there have been 65 convictions related to small boats offences adding up to 53 years in custodial sentences. We continue our work to stop the criminals behind these dangerous, illegally-facilitated crossings. https://t.co/J1LOf5c5se

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Home Office
28 May 2021, 3:57 p.m.

🎥 We challenged the Policing Minister @kitmalthouse to explain the Police and Crime Bill in 10 seconds. 👇👇👇 https://t.co/GizyHOSdEJ

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Home Office
28 May 2021, 5:34 p.m.

Inquests into terrorist attacks can be difficult for those who have been affected by terrorism. 🤝 Emotional and practical support is available to you.🤝 ➡️ https://t.co/WW2aw4mQUn https://t.co/SiYzNCGgY0

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Home Office
2 Jun 2021, 11:32 a.m.

The Police, Crime, Sentencing & Courts Bill will double the maximum penalty for those who assault our brave police and emergency workers 🚨 https://t.co/OtyyMXryJA

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Home Office
1 Jun 2021, 2:10 p.m.

When arriving in the 🇬🇧, please ensure you are aware of the necessary requirements. Passengers will incur further delays for themselves and others if they do not complete the relevant documentation before arrival 🛬 https://t.co/ie7V7tG4yA

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Home Office
31 May 2021, 9:37 a.m.

Serious Violence Reduction Orders will give police the tools they need to take knives off the streets and protect lives. We sat down with Patrick Green, CEO of @kinsellatrust to discuss how the Police & Crime Bill will support efforts to tackle knife crime. https://t.co/cBEop1QC7c

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Home Office
31 May 2021, 11:35 a.m.

Mr Darkoh was helped by the #Windrush Compensation Scheme and wanted to share his story 💬 If you faced similar difficulties, you too may be eligible for compensation – find out more about the scheme and how to apply. ↪️ https://t.co/2Vzzr8xDtQ https://t.co/8naQdc5Oey

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Home Office
29 May 2021, 8:15 a.m.

#ICYMI “County Lines are scarring our towns & villages” Policing Minister @kitmalthouse saw a @metpoliceuk @PoliceChiefs #CountyLines raid targeting criminals who sell illegal drugs & exploit vulnerable people. 📲 Read more 👉 https://t.co/f8qqu43gD6 https://t.co/GP5dApdlSB

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Home Office
29 May 2021, 11:28 a.m.

From today, please allow up to 10 weeks for your passport to be processed when applying from the UK. Remember, applying online is the cheapest and easiest way to obtain your passport 🛂 Find out more 👉 https://t.co/Mj9aCYH0Ts #PlanAhead #CheckYourPassport https://t.co/gA08kq767y

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Home Office
30 May 2021, 9:01 a.m.

This week we have deported 53 foreign criminals from the UK with combined sentencing of over 250 years. Over 900 have now been returned this year. Our #NewPlanForImmigration will make it easier to deport foreign criminals with no right to be in the UK & keep our citizens safe. https://t.co/AcLUv7IsGW

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Home Office
30 May 2021, 10:48 a.m.

#YouAreNotAlone 💜 With lockdown lifting, if you are at risk or experiencing #DomesticAbuse you can seek refuge and support is available to you. The National Domestic Abuse Helpline is free to call 24/7 on 0808 2000 247. 📲 Find out more 👉 https://t.co/2mgsZoF9tH https://t.co/CuMrYMWEmF

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Home Office
21 May 2021, 9:30 a.m.

Our latest #Windrush Compensation Scheme statistics published last week show that by the end of March, we had offered or paid £26 million in compensation to those affected. ➡️ https://t.co/9P5WzGE9Ct https://t.co/dP2OEeeqm2

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Home Office
21 May 2021, 11:17 a.m.

UPDATE: The Government is sending letters to those who may be eligible for the EU #SettlementScheme (EUSS) to encourage them to apply by 30 June 2021. [THREAD]

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Home Office
21 May 2021, 11:17 a.m.

We are writing to encourage eligible citizens to apply by 30 June to protect their existing rights in the UK to work, rent property and access benefits and services, including healthcare.

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Home Office
21 May 2021, 11:17 a.m.

We are doing everything we can to reach people who may need to apply.

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Home Office
21 May 2021, 11:17 a.m.

If you are a British citizen who has received a letter (including a dual British/EEA citizen), or you’ve have already applied to the EUSS, you do not need to take any action and can ignore the letter.

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Home Office
21 May 2021, 11:17 a.m.

EU, EEA and Swiss citizens, and their family members, who were resident in the UK by 31 December 2020 should apply to the EUSS at https://t.co/0UUcZEhAFq by 30 June 2021 to ensure they protect their rights in the UK.

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Home Office
19 May 2021, 10:50 a.m.

Serious Violence Reduction Orders will give police the tools they need to take knives off the streets and protect lives. Patrick Green, CEO of @kinsellatrust told us how the Police & Crime Bill will support efforts to tackle knife crime. https://t.co/Ja3rwoPJsd

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Home Office
19 May 2021, noon

When arriving in the 🇬🇧, please ensure you are aware of the necessary requirements. Passengers will incur further delays for themselves and others if they do not complete the relevant documentation before arrival 🛬 https://t.co/CI77oLOrLp

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Home Office
20 May 2021, 7 a.m.

What's the #ProtectDuty? Watch the video to find out. Let us know what you think of our proposals at ⤵️ https://t.co/rqUf4iJczs #CounterTerrorism #MartynsLaw https://t.co/0w85iCOAWZ

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Home Office
19 May 2021, 4:30 p.m.

⛓ The Police & Crime Bill will get knives off the streets, protect lives and give police the tools they need to tackle the root causes of serious violence ⛓ https://t.co/xkJtukeEA9

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Home Office
19 May 2021, 7:29 p.m.

'It's vital that we smash up these criminal gangs' Home Secretary @PritiPatel joins the @NCA_UK on a raid as they make a significant arrest in the fight against people smuggling in the 🇬🇧 https://t.co/rw5wGRyQmp

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Home Office
19 May 2021, 9 p.m.

Effecting change from the inside: A Black police officer reveals all. The three-part series, Untold: The Police, is available to stream now on All 4 at https://t.co/dwDRrG8qXv https://t.co/4floR3MA6g

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Home Office
24 May 2021, 3:59 p.m.

We are awarding funding to @VictimSupport, @MaudsleyNHS, @CruseCare & @peacefoundation so they can continue to provide vital practical and emotional support to anyone affected by terror attacks. Read the full story: https://t.co/v8vBtGUcU2 https://t.co/cICh8NRZPU

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Home Office
21 May 2021, 3 p.m.

🔨 This week we have conducted a number of raids targeting the criminal gangs putting migrant lives at risk via illegal immigration ❌ https://t.co/cXcWbKM80c

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Home Office
21 May 2021, 4:16 p.m.

Mr Darkoh was helped by the #Windrush Compensation Scheme and wanted to share his story 💬 If you faced similar difficulties, you too may be eligible for compensation – find out more about the scheme and how to apply. ➡️ https://t.co/GgW6SDNy3c https://t.co/EMhvCZhxNi

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Home Office
21 May 2021, 8 p.m.

Serious Violence Reduction Orders will give police the tools they need to take knives off the streets and protect lives. We sat down with Patrick Green, CEO of @kinsellatrust to discuss how the Police & Crime Bill will support efforts to tackle knife crime. https://t.co/54qsjfoZUt

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Home Office
22 May 2021, 8 a.m.

The anniversary of a terrorist attack can be difficult for those who have been affected by terrorism. 🤝 Emotional and practical support is available to you. ➡️ https://t.co/WW2aw4mQUn https://t.co/g7MbIcnWg5

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Home Office
23 May 2021, 6:30 p.m.

👮 Nearly 9,000 more police officers. 🛂 New points-based immigration system. 🤝 New migration deal with India. ✍️ The Domestic Abuse Act. 💜 The Domestic Abuse Codeword Scheme. ✅ 160k VAWG responses. 🌟 New Plan for Immigration launched. We're delivering for the 🇬🇧 public. https://t.co/BBJ7hfxI8C

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Home Office
23 May 2021, 7:30 a.m.

'It's vital that we smash up these criminal gangs' ICYMI: Home Secretary @PritiPatel joined the @NCA_UK on a raid as they make a significant arrest in the fight against people smuggling in the 🇬🇧 https://t.co/1zantMAgR0

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Home Office
23 May 2021, 10 a.m.

In the past 10 days, we have deported over 140 foreign criminals, meaning over 700 have been removed from the UK since the start of the year. Our New Plan for Immigration will make it easier to deport foreign criminals with no right to be in the UK and keep our citizens safe. https://t.co/GFyjQIFc3X

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Home Office
23 May 2021, 2 p.m.

The UK Government is publicly testing cell broadcasting technology that will alert people to emergencies, both nationwide and in their local areas. Find out more at 👉 https://t.co/a2EClSrtQl https://t.co/tf6Zbq8WVe

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Home Office
22 May 2021, 5 p.m.

Get help for #DomesticAbuse. Call 999 if in immediate danger 🚨 If you can’t speak and are calling from a mobile, listen to the operator and, when prompted, dial 55 to connect to the police, who will help 📞 Find support: https://t.co/2mgsZoF9tH #YouAreNotAlone https://t.co/eBAWY8UKt7

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Home Office
24 May 2021, 6 p.m.

We are introducing a fully digital border system to keep the 🇬🇧 public safe. It will feature an Electronic Travel Authorisation scheme requiring travellers to complete an electronic application before entry into the UK. https://t.co/wfIScN144l

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Home Office
24 May 2021, 3:59 p.m.

If you have been affected by a terrorist attack in any way, emotional and practical support is still available for you. Visit https://t.co/WW2aw4mQUn or contact Victim's Support's 24/7 hour helpline for free on 08081689111.

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Home Office
7 Jun 2021, 7 p.m.

DRUGS RAID: Watch as we went behind-the-scenes with @Kent_Police and Policing Minister @KitMalthouse to see brave frontline officers seizing drugs and weapons as part of #OpSceptre 👮📹 https://t.co/e9KH1TKEhX

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Department Publications - Statistics
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Migrant journey: 2020 report
Document: Migrant journey: 2020 report (PDF)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Migrant journey: 2020 report
Document: Migrant journey: 2020 report (Excel)
Thursday 3rd June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify statistics UK, Quarter 1 2021 – January to March
Document: Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify statistics UK, Quarter 1 2021 – January to March (ODS)
Thursday 3rd June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify statistics UK, Quarter 1 2021 – January to March
Document: Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify statistics UK, Quarter 1 2021 – January to March (webpage)


Department Publications - News and Communications
Monday 24th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Home Secretary Priti Patel speech on immigration
Document: Home Secretary Priti Patel speech on immigration (webpage)
Tuesday 1st June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Lord Ferrers Awards recognise outstanding contributions to volunteering in policing
Document: Lord Ferrers Awards recognise outstanding contributions to volunteering in policing (webpage)
Monday 24th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Further £500,000 to support victims of terrorism
Document: Further £500,000 to support victims of terrorism (webpage)
Wednesday 2nd June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: G7 UNGASS statement
Document: G7 UNGASS statement (webpage)
Wednesday 19th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Girls' education and ending violence against women and girls focus of world-leading experts
Document: Girls' education and ending violence against women and girls focus of world-leading experts (webpage)
Monday 7th June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Heather Baily appointed as Chair of the SIA
Document: Heather Baily appointed as Chair of the SIA (webpage)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Home Office publishes EU Settlement Scheme quarterly statistics
Document: Home Office publishes EU Settlement Scheme quarterly statistics (webpage)


Department Publications - Transparency
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Windrush Compensation Scheme data: May 2021
Document: Windrush Compensation Scheme data: May 2021 (ODS)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Windrush Compensation Scheme data: May 2021
Document: Windrush Compensation Scheme data: May 2021 (webpage)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Windrush Task Force Data: Q1 2021
Document: Windrush Task Force Data: Q1 2021 (ODS)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Windrush Task Force Data: Q1 2021
Document: Windrush Task Force Data: Q1 2021 (webpage)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: RASI (Resettlement, Asylum Support and Integration) data: Q1 2021
Document: RASI (Resettlement, Asylum Support and Integration) data: Q1 2021 (ODS)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: RASI (Resettlement, Asylum Support and Integration) data: Q1 2021
Document: RASI (Resettlement, Asylum Support and Integration) data: Q1 2021 (webpage)
Friday 28th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Home Office: ministerial gifts, hospitality, travel and meetings, October to December 2020
Document: Home Office: ministerial gifts, hospitality, travel and meetings, October to December 2020 (webpage)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Home Office procurement card spend over £500: 2021
Document: Home Office procurement card spend over £500: 2021 (ODS)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Home Office procurement card spend over £500: 2021
Document: Home Office procurement card spend over £500: 2021 (ODS)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Home Office procurement card spend over £500: 2021
Document: Home Office procurement card spend over £500: 2021 (ODS)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Home Office procurement card spend over £500: 2021
Document: Home Office procurement card spend over £500: 2021 (webpage)
Friday 28th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Home Office: special advisers' gifts, hospitality and meetings, October to December 2020
Document: Home Office: special advisers' gifts, hospitality and meetings, October to December 2020 (webpage)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Immigration and protection data: Q1 2021
Document: Immigration and protection data: Q1 2021 (ODS)
Thursday 27th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Immigration and protection data: Q1 2021
Document: Immigration and protection data: Q1 2021 (webpage)


Department Publications - Guidance
Monday 7th June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: View and prove your immigration status (eVisa)
Document: View and prove your immigration status (eVisa) (PDF)
Monday 7th June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: View and prove your immigration status (eVisa)
Document: View and prove your immigration status (eVisa) (webpage)
Tuesday 1st June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Guidelines for PCCs on publishing information
Document: Guidelines for PCCs on publishing information (PDF)
Tuesday 1st June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Guidelines for PCCs on publishing information
Document: Guidelines for PCCs on publishing information (webpage)
Tuesday 1st June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Explosives precursors and poisons licences: application guidance
Document: Explosives precursors and poisons licences: application guidance (webpage)
Tuesday 1st June 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Lord Ferrers Awards 2020 and 2021
Document: Lord Ferrers Awards 2020 and 2021 (webpage)


Department Publications - Consultations
Wednesday 26th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Immigration Fees Public Consultation
Document: Immigration Fees Public Consultation (PDF)
Wednesday 26th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Immigration Fees Public Consultation
Document: Immigration Fees Public Consultation (PDF)
Wednesday 26th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Immigration Fees Public Consultation
Document: Immigration Fees Public Consultation (webpage)


Department Publications - Policy paper
Monday 24th May 2021
Home Office
Source Page: New plan for immigration: legal migration and border control
Document: New plan for immigration: legal migration and border control (PDF)



Home Office mentioned

Calendar
Tuesday 22nd June 3 p.m.
European Affairs Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: Citizens’ Rights
At 4.00pm: Oral evidence
Kevin Foster MP - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at Home Office
Wendy Morton MP - Minister for the European Neighbourhood at Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
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Monday 7th June 1:45 p.m.
Public Accounts Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: Home Office recall: Spring 2021
At 2.30pm: Oral evidence
Matthew Rycroft CBE - Permanent Secretary at Home Office
Tom Greig - Deputy Director of Windrush compensation scheme at Home Office
Paul Lincoln - Director General Border Force at Home Office
Charu Gorasia - Director General, Capabilities and Resources at Home Office
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Parliamentary Debates
Professional Qualifications Bill [HL]
202 speeches (40,301 words)
Monday 14th June - Lords Chamber
Department for International Trade
Mentions:
1: For the 5 million-plus EU nationals who have applied for settled status, the Home Office has only - Link to Speech
2: understanding is that this is not his department’s doing but part of the hostile environment that the Home - Link to Speech
3: We need to know from the Minister whether the Home Office is gathering the data, what will happen if - Link to Speech
4: The Government themselves have said in a Home Office statement that they forecast a 70% reduction in - Link to Speech
5: to its website, who wish to see information about visa and nationality matters, are directed to the Home - Link to Speech
6: The Home Office already provides guides and tools to the public to help them understand immigration - Link to Speech

Ofsted Review of Sexual Abuse in Schools and Colleges
25 speeches (6,425 words)
Thursday 10th June - Commons Chamber
Department for Education
Mentions:
1: Friend the Minister confirm that she will be working with the Home Office, local government and other - Link to Speech

Oral Answers to Questions
129 speeches (8,906 words)
Thursday 10th June - Commons Chamber
Department for International Trade
Mentions:
1: Will the Minister work with colleagues in the Home Office to allow multiple entries so that the UK is - Link to Speech
2: I will continue to work closely with fellow Ministers at the Home Office to make sure that the visa system - Link to Speech

Hillsborough: Collapse of Trials
56 speeches (9,110 words)
Thursday 10th June - Commons Chamber
Ministry of Justice
Mentions:
1: The important work that now needs to be done by colleagues in the Home Office—I have taken the - Link to Speech
2: difference from the Taylor inquiry, which was, if you like, an administrative inquiry ordered by the Home - Link to Speech
3: Gentleman makes, colleagues at the Home Office will now be working closely with the families with regard - Link to Speech
4: That is why the work will continue in the months ahead, particularly the important work that the Home - Link to Speech
5: James Jones’s inquiry; and, importantly, the work that quietly but effectively goes on between the Home - Link to Speech

Youth Justice Statistics
27 speeches (1,553 words)
Thursday 10th June - Lords Chamber

Mentions:
1: So what is the Ministry of Justice going to do, and how will it approach the Home Office to try to clear - Link to Speech

Professional Qualifications Bill [HL]
293 speeches (61,971 words)
Wednesday 9th June - Lords Chamber
Department for International Trade
Mentions:
1: Minister may be able to help me out here as I do not know, but it may be that the Government are using the Home - Link to Speech
2: Yet we have a Home Office that lets in only people who already have a job, and BEIS, which will measure - Link to Speech
3: However, because the Home Office chose not to verify their previous information in order to give them - Link to Speech
4: We know that in the impact assessment the Government are forecasting through the Home Office—because - Link to Speech
5: If you add the combination of the new restrictive measures of the Home Office for EEA staff, plus the - Link to Speech

Protecting the Public and Justice for Victims
88 speeches (25,618 words)
Wednesday 9th June - Commons Chamber
Ministry of Justice
Mentions:
1: which the Justice Department in the Government is letting down that important relationship with the Home - Link to Speech

Human Rights in Hong Kong
31 speeches (13,011 words)
Wednesday 9th June - Westminster Hall
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Mentions:
1: generous offer that befits a global Britain that takes this issue seriously, and I am pleased that the Home - Link to Speech
2: I hope that the Foreign Office and Home Office will bring that home soon. - Link to Speech

Draft Immigration and Nationality (Fees) (Amendment) Order 2021 Draft Immigration (Collection, use and retention of Biometric information and related Amendments) Regulations 2021
32 speeches (2,460 words)
Wednesday 9th June - General Committees

Mentions:
1: Home Office teams will be able to focus on processing applications instead of waiting for applicants - Link to Speech

0.7% Official Development Assistance Target
85 speeches (27,033 words)
Tuesday 8th June - Commons Chamber
HM Treasury
Mentions:
1: I recall in the Home Office that we used ODA spending to fund some of the work we did with refugees. - Link to Speech

Oral Answers to Questions
137 speeches (10,093 words)
Tuesday 8th June - Commons Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Mentions:
1: What recent discussions has the Secretary of State had with the Home Office regarding the successful - Link to Speech

Social Distancing Restrictions: Support for the Night-Time Economy
8 speeches (4,146 words)
Tuesday 8th June - Westminster Hall
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Mentions:
1: Clearly that is something that we are aware of and we are working through the Home Office to see what - Link to Speech

Points of Order
11 speeches (1,217 words)
Monday 7th June - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: It has been, at best, challenging for me and my team to get prompt responses from the Home Office over - Link to Speech
2: In an answer to me during Home Office questions, the Home Secretary said that data is available - Link to Speech
3: Today, at Home Office questions, I brought this to the Home Secretary’s attention, but she accused me - Link to Speech

Animal Welfare
28 speeches (14,077 words)
Monday 7th June - Westminster Hall
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: concerns and those of colleagues across the political divide in her conversations with colleagues in the Home - Link to Speech

Covid-19 Update
67 speeches (10,084 words)
Monday 7th June - Commons Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Mentions:
1: I am happy to talk to colleagues at the Home Office about allowing that to happen. - Link to Speech

Information Commissioner (Remuneration)
32 speeches (4,391 words)
Monday 7th June - General Committees
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Mentions:
1: the remit of the ICO and the other is, to some extent, within the remit of law enforcement and the Home - Link to Speech
2: have said, discussions are going on between the ICO, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the Home - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Tuesday 15th June 2021
Correspondence - Joint Ministerial letter from the Department for Education and the Home Office announcing changes to the National Transfer Scheme, dated 10 June 2021
Education Committee

Found: Joint Ministerial letter from the Department for Education and the Home Office announcing changes to

Thursday 10th June 2021
Correspondence - Correspondence from Matthew Rycroft CBE, Permanent Secretary, Home Office, re Recommendation 1 Forty-Eighth report of the 2019-2021 – Digital Services at the Border, dated 3 June 2021
Public Accounts Committee

Found: Correspondence from Matthew Rycroft CBE, Permanent Secretary, Home Office, re Recommendation 1 Forty-Eighth

Monday 7th June 2021
Written Evidence - Refugee Council
HOR0001 - Home Office recall: Spring 2021
Public Accounts Committee

Found: HOR0001 - Home Office recall: Spring 2021 Refugee Council Written Evidence

Monday 7th June 2021
Written Evidence - London Borough of Hackney
HOR0003 - Home Office recall: Spring 2021
Public Accounts Committee

Found: HOR0003 - Home Office recall: Spring 2021 London Borough of Hackney Written Evidence

Monday 7th June 2021
Written Evidence - Miss Gertrude Chinegwundoh
HOR0004 - Home Office recall: Spring 2021
Public Accounts Committee

Found: HOR0004 - Home Office recall: Spring 2021 Miss Gertrude Chinegwundoh Written Evidence

Monday 7th June 2021
Written Evidence - Dr Patrick Vernon OBE
HOR0005 - Home Office recall: Spring 2021
Public Accounts Committee

Found: HOR0005 - Home Office recall: Spring 2021 Dr Patrick Vernon OBE Written Evidence



Written Answers
LGBT People
Asked by: Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour (Co-op) - Brighton, Kemptown)
Monday 14th June 2021

Question

To ask the Minister for Women and Equalities, with reference to the National LGBT Action Plan 2018, which of the recommendations she has instructed her Department to implement.

Answered by Kemi Badenoch - Exchequer Secretary (HM Treasury)

The 2018 LGBT Action Plan was introduced by the previous administration. We have set out our plan for LGBT advancement for this Government and our priorities are banning Conversion Therapy and hosting the Global LGBT Conference. The objective was, and continues to be, to defend, extend and promote the rights and freedoms of LGBT people here and abroad.

We have achieved a great deal for LGBT people since 2018, including appointing the UK’s first National LGBT Health Adviser, more than doubling the number of places available on the PrEP Impact Trial, running a world-leading anti-homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying programme in schools and working with the Home Office to update the Hate Crime Action Plan.

Overseas Aid
Asked by: Preet Kaur Gill (Labour (Co-op) - Birmingham, Edgbaston)
Monday 14th June 2021

Question to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, pursuant to the Answer of 25 May 2021 to Question 4661 on Overseas Aid: Cost Effectiveness, if he will publish a list of the attendees of each of the four meetings to review, revise and approve proposals on Official Development Assistance.

Answered by Nigel Adams - Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office)

As per the answer to Question 4661 all departments subject to the ODA prioritisation exercise were represented at ministerial level in the review meetings. This included the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (as was at the time), Department for International Development (as was at the time) Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Department for Health and Social Care, Department for International Trade, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the Home Office, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports, Ministry of Defence and the Cabinet Office (under the Paymaster General for the Cross Government Funds).

Mental Illness: Offenders
Asked by: Janet Daby (Labour - Lewisham East)
Monday 14th June 2021

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what recent discussions he has had with ministerial colleagues in the (a) Home Office and (b) Ministry of Justice on the way in which the police can deal sensitively with people undergoing mental health crises; and whether he has plans to review the need for mental health professionals to attend to such circumstances.

Answered by Nadine Dorries - Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)

The Department for Health and Social Care and the Home Office have established a Crisis Care Senior Operational Group, with membership from both Departments, the National Police Chiefs Council, the Association for Police and Crime Commissioners, NHS England and NHS Improvement, Mind and others. This group recently discussed a national agreement between mental health services, social care and the police to ensure that people detained by the police under section 136 are safely and effectively transferred into health services.

Department of Health and Social Care and Home Office officials meet regularly and are members of the cross-Government governance group overseeing implementation of the Mental Health Act 1983 reforms, as set out in the White Paper published earlier this year. This work includes our commitment to remove police stations as a designated place of safety under the Act. The Ministry of Justice is not responsible for policing.

The NHS Long Term Plan and the Mental Health Act reforms proposed in the recent White Paper aim to improve the provision of community mental health and crisis care services to ensure that people in crisis receive the care and support they urgently need from health professionals.

National Wildlife Crime Unit: Finance
Asked by: Hilary Benn (Labour - Leeds Central)
Monday 14th June 2021

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

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what the future funding arrangements will be for the National Wildlife Crime Unit; and whether that funding will be for 12 months or on a longer term basis.

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

Since 2016, Defra and the Home Office have committed £300,000 a year to fund the National Wildlife Crime Unit (NWCU). This contribution has been continued into the financial year 2021/22. The NWCU's other funding partners, the Scottish Government, the Northern Ireland Executive and the National Police Chiefs Council, have similarly undertaken to maintain their contributions through 2021/22. Decisions on the government's future funding of the NWCU will be taken as part of the next Spending Review.

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: Retail Trade
Asked by: Bell Ribeiro-Addy (Labour - Streatham)
Monday 14th June 2021

Question to the Ministry of Justice:

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, if the Government will support amendments to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill to strengthen protections for shopworkers.

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

The Government recognises that the violence and abuse faced by retail workers can have a significant impact. It also understands that the pandemic has resulted in some shop workers feeling more vulnerable and susceptible to adverse societal behaviours and at an increased risk of harm from members of the public. The Government is clear that no worker should be made to suffer such abuse or violence in providing a service to the public – it is wholly unacceptable.

We therefore understand the motivations behind the campaigns to create a new assault offence for retail workers but there are already a wide range of offences which exist, and which cover assaults against any worker, including shop workers. In all cases, the fact that an offence has been committed against a person serving the public will be considered as an aggravating factor for the purpose of passing sentence.

The Government is committed to keeping our retail environments safe by driving down violence and abuse towards shop staff and this is being tackled by other means. That is why we are working with retail stakeholders through the Home Office led National Retail Crime Steering Group chaired by the Minister for Crime and Policing and the British Retail consortium to ensure the response to these crimes is as robust as it possibly can be. We are taking necessary steps to ensure that abuse and violence towards retail workers are reported to the police by victims and/or their employers. We believe these practical steps will offer a more direct and robust solution in the longer term.

We are also aware that two amendments have been tabled to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill. For now, we remain unpersuaded of the necessity of a new criminal offence to deal with assaults against retail workers. But we will continue to keep the matter under review and listen to the debate on this matter.

Universal Credit
Asked by: Lord Taylor of Warwick (Non-affiliated - Life peer)
Thursday 10th June 2021

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask Her Majesty's Government what steps they are taking to expand Universal Credit accessibility for those who are ineligible due to (1) their partner's earnings, (2) savings, or (3) migration status.

Answered by Baroness Stedman-Scott - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Work and Pensions)

Universal Credit is a means-tested system of welfare support. Where claimants have income available to meet their household's everyday living costs, such as through a partner's earnings or savings, their entitlement to Universal Credit is adjusted accordingly, we have no plans to change this.

While we keep the Universal Credit capital limit, and those which apply to other means tested benefits
under review, we have no plans to change them. In doing so the Government has to strike a balance between the value of increasing the capital limit and focussing resources on other priority areas such as helping people to return to work.

Non-UK nationals and family members who are issued with a residence permit with a No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) condition are not eligible to access taxpayer-funded benefits, including Universal Credit, for the duration of their leave. Public funds do not include contributions-based benefits and the State Pension. The Department has no powers to award taxpayer-funded benefits to an individual whose Home Office immigration status specifies no recourse to public funds.

Antisemitism
Asked by: Marquess of Lothian (Conservative - Life peer)
Thursday 10th June 2021

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

To ask Her Majesty's Government how many anti-Semitic attacks were reported during May in (1) England, and (2) London; and what steps they are taking to address such abuse.

Answered by Lord Greenhalgh - Minister of State (Home Office)

There is no place in our society for antisemitism. The Home office do not release monthly statistics – these will be published in due course. However, the recent figures from the Community Security Trust have recorded 267 antisemitic incidents between the 8th and the 24th of May. Of those, 115 were registered in London specifically.

This Government takes hate crime against any community very seriously and are clear that victims should be supported and the individuals who carry out these heinous crimes must be brought to justice. We are providing £14 million this year to the protective security grant to protect Jewish schools and community buildings. We were also the first country to take the important step of adopting the international holocaust remembrance alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism in 2016; and, following our encouragement, over 3/4s of local councils have adopted the definition, along with many other organisations, including the Premier League and over 80 Universities– demonstrating their willingness to support the Jewish community.

Afghanistan: Home Country Nationals
Asked by: Dan Jarvis (Labour - Barnsley Central)
Wednesday 9th June 2021

Question to the Ministry of Defence:

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what plans he has to offer former locally employed staff, who fall outside the Afghan Relocation and Assistance Policy (ARAP) scheme as they fled to third countries due to security threats, a route to relocation in the UK.

Answered by James Heappey - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Ministry of Defence)

The Afghan Relocation and Assistance Policy for locally engaged staff requires applicants to be in Afghanistan where they are likely to face the greatest risk. The Government keeps the Immigration Rules under regular review, and officials from the Ministry of Defence continue to work with the Home Office to consider options to support those under threat. We will always consider exceptionally compelling and compassionate circumstances on a case-by-case basis, as demonstrated by a recent relocation from a third country.

Mobile Phones: Fraud
Asked by: John Spellar (Labour - Warley)
Tuesday 8th June 2021

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

To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what recent discussions he has had with phone companies on increasing cooperation between (a) phone companies and (b) public authorities to counter mobile phone fraud.

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

Law enforcement partners have stepped up their efforts to tackle this type of crime, arresting over a hundred criminals involved in some of the most despicable types of fraud and taking down thousands of phone numbers as well as fake websites and email addresses.

The DCMS and Home Office are working closely with telecommunications providers, regulators and consumer groups to protect the public from crimes such as mobile phone fraud. As part of this work, we are developing a voluntary charter of the actions telecoms companies will take to prevent fraud.

The Government is also exploring a range of measures aimed at tackling the criminal abuse of mobile telecommunications across a range of different crime types including fraud.

  • We are encouraging the public to forward suspicious text messages to 7726 (which is free of charge) and continue to encourage anyone who has been targeted by a scam to report it to Action Fraud.

  • We have supported the National Trading Standards Scams Team to roll out call blocking devices to vulnerable people, to protect some of the most vulnerable in society from nuisance calls and scams.

  • The Government has banned cold calls from personal injury firms and pensions providers unless the consumer has explicitly agreed to be contacted. It has introduced director liability for nuisance calls.

  • The Government will take further action through our Fraud Action Plan, an ambitious approach grounded in prevention, education, effective enforcement and regulatory reforms.

  • The Government has launched a dedicated web page on protecting individuals and businesses from COVID-19 related fraud, with easy-to-follow tips and a list of places you can get help and advice if you think you are being scammed.

Internet: Children
Asked by: Sharon Hodgson (Labour - Washington and Sunderland West)
Tuesday 8th June 2021

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

To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, with reference to his Department's press release entitled Landmark laws to protect children and stop abuse online published, published on 12 May 2021, what his timetable is for launching the consultation on online advertising and online fraud.

Answered by Caroline Dinenage - Minister of State (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport)

My department continues to work closely with other government departments, including the Home Office as the government department responsible for tackling fraud, to develop a coherent approach to online advertising that supports competition and protects consumers.

We are working with industry, regulators and consumer groups to understand the specific harms that are being linked to advertising, including online fraud and scams.

Following a call for evidence in 2020, the Online Advertising Programme will launch a public consultation later this year to examine how best to strengthen standards around the placement and content of online advertising, and to ensure they can be effectively enforced.

More information about the Programme can be found here:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/online-advertising-call-for-evidence/online-advertising-call-for-evidence

National Security and Terrorism
Asked by: Lord Shinkwin (Conservative - Life peer)
Tuesday 8th June 2021

Question to the Ministry of Defence:

To ask Her Majesty's Government what policy priority they place on (1) defence of the Realm, (2) defending UK citizens from terrorist rocket attacks, and (3) neutralising the threat of terrorist rocket attacks on UK citizens.

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

The Defence, security and resilience of the UK and its overseas territories is the primary task of the MOD. Defence works with partners across government to ensure that the UK continues to protect its citizens from terrorism within its borders and overseas.

The Home Office are the lead department for domestic terrorist threats. Should their assessment be that the risk from a particular terrorist methodology such as rockets has increased, consideration will be given to what additional policies, if any, are required to mitigate them. The UK has well-developed systems and capabilities to mitigate the threat from terrorism, including a range of response capabilities that can be deployed to mitigate the effects of the aftermath of any such attack and pursue those responsible.

The NATO ballistic missile defence system, of which the UK is a part, protects European NATO nations from ballistic missile threats from outside the Euro-Atlantic area.

Rape: Criminal Proceedings
Asked by: Liz Saville Roberts (Plaid Cymru - Dwyfor Meirionnydd)
Monday 7th June 2021

Question to the Ministry of Justice:

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, how many (a) reported cases, (b) prosecutions and (c) convictions of rape there have been in Wales since March 2020.

Answered by Kit Malthouse - Minister of State (Home Office)

The Ministry of Justice has published information on prosecutions and convictions for rape offences in England and Wales, up to December 2020, available in the ‘Principal offence proceedings and outcomes by Home Office offence code’ data tool.

This can be found here:

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/987731/HO-code-tool-principal-offence-2020.xlsx

In the data tool linked above, type ‘rape’ into the ‘Offence’ filter and select all results that appear (19C-19H).

In order to isolate defendants dealt with in Wales, use the ‘Police Force Area’ filter to deselect all options except Gwent, Dyfed-Powys, North Wales and South Wales. In order to isolate defendants dealt with since the end of March 2020, deselect all years except 2020, then drag the ‘Quarter’ variable into the ‘Columns’ field of the pivot tool. Q2-Q4 shows figures for April to the end of December 2020.

Information on ‘reported cases’ is not centrally held within the Ministry of Justice Court Proceedings database.

NHS: Migrant Workers
Asked by: Sarah Owen (Labour - Luton North)
Monday 7th June 2021

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, pursuant to the Answer of 24 May 2021 to Question 4046 on NHS: Migrant Workers, if he will collect data on the number of NHS workers from overseas who (a) are charged the Immigration Health Surcharge and (b) successfully received a refund of the Immigration Health Surcharge since the government announced the policy in May 2020.

Answered by Edward Argar - Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)

The Department of Health and Social Care and Home Office will continue to consider the most effective way of ensuring data transparency. Our partners are responsible for collecting information on the operation of the policy, which is used to maintain an effective service.

NHS and Social Services: Migrant Workers
Asked by: Sarah Owen (Labour - Luton North)
Monday 7th June 2021

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, pursuant to the Answer of 27 May 2021 to Question 6485, when he plans that data on the number of successful refunds of the Immigration Health Surcharge to health and social care workers will be centrally validated so that that data can be published.

Answered by Edward Argar - Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)

The Department of Health and Social Care and Home Office are continuing to consider to options for validation and will provide a further update in due course.

Joint Maritime Security Centre
Asked by: Emma Lewell-Buck (Labour - South Shields)
Monday 7th June 2021

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, pursuant to the Answer of 17 May to Question 258 on Joint Maritime Security Centre; what the financial contributions are of (a) his Department, (b) the Ministry of Defence and (c) the Home Office; which other Departments contribute financially; what the financial contribution is of those other Departments; and which Department has lead responsibility.

Answered by Robert Courts - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

In 2020/21, the Joint Maritime Security Centre received £16m funding for its ongoing operations and investment in maritime security capability specific to the end of the Transition Period. This funding was contributed by the Department for Transport, Home Office, Ministry of Defence, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and their agencies. JMSC is governed by cross-Whitehall structures comprising the funding departments, as well as ongoing Ministerial oversight including via the Maritime Security Ministerial Small Group.

Territorial Waters: Protection
Asked by: Lord West of Spithead (Labour - Life peer)
Friday 4th June 2021

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they intend to conduct a review to ensure adequate monitoring and protection of the UK’s exclusive economic zone, territorial seas and coastline.

Answered by Baroness Vere of Norbiton - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

The monitoring and protection of UK waters is a priority for maritime security leads across Whitehall including the Ministry of Defence, Home Office and the Department. As part of this joined up, multilayered approach, the Joint Maritime Security Centre (JMSC) monitors UK waters using a range of maritime domain awareness technology such as sensors, radar and aerial surveillance. This capability, as well as the level of data and awareness it provides, is reviewed regularly by officials and Ministers.

Animal Experiments: Porton Down
Asked by: Cat Smith (Labour - Lancaster and Fleetwood)
Wednesday 2nd June 2021

Question to the Ministry of Defence:

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many experiments were conducted on animals by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory on behalf of his Department in (a) 2019 and (b) 2020.

Answered by Jeremy Quin - Minister of State (Ministry of Defence)

Animal experiments are regulated by the UK Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 (ASPA). Under ASPA, "animal experiments" are referred to as "scientific procedures". In accordance with ASPA, the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) makes an annual report of scientific procedures to the Home Office.

The numbers of scientific procedures using animals conducted at Dstl in 2019 was 1,500 and in 2020 the figure was 1,194.

Animal experiments at present remain a necessary part of Defence research and enable Dstl to develop protective measures for the UK and its Armed Forces that save lives. Examples of protective measures are vaccines and treatments that prevent or reduce the effects of exposure to chemical and biological agents and treatments for traumatic injuries. Dstl does not conduct animal experiments for the development or testing of offensive weapons and the Home Office does not grant licences for these purposes.



Early Day Motions
Monday 7th June

Post-WWII forced deportation of Chinese seafarers

18 signatures (Most recent: 15 Jun 2021)
Tabled by: Kim Johnson (Labour - Liverpool, Riverside)
That this House notes that this is the 75th anniversary of the forced deportations of thousands of Chinese seafarers after the Second World War, which left many families abandoned without support and with no idea of what had happened; notes that the restricted papers, made public after 50 years, show …


Bill Documents
Jun. 15 2021
Public Bill Committee Amendments as at 15 June 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Amendment Paper

Found: comple te each individual domestic homicide review; (b)that the data must be recorded centrally in a Home

Jun. 14 2021
Notices of Amendments as at 14 June 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Amendment Paper

Found: comple te each individual domestic homicide review; (b)that the data must be recorded centrally in a Home

Jun. 11 2021
Notices of Amendments as at 11 June 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Amendment Paper

Found: comple te each individual domestic homicide review; (b)that the data must be recorded centrally in a Home

Jun. 11 2021
Written evidence submitted by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust (PCSCB34)
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Written evidence

Found: sentence and 86 received a community sentence. 3 Principal offence proceedings and outcomes by Home

Jun. 10 2021
All proceedings up to 10 June 2021 at Public Bill Committee stage
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Bill proceedings: Commons

Found: (e)the National Police Chiefs Council, (f)the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, (g)the Home

Jun. 10 2021
Public Bill Committee Amendments as at 10 June 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Amendment Paper

Found: comple te each individual domestic homicide review; (b)that the data must be recorded centrally in a Home

Jun. 09 2021
Notices of Amendments as at 9 June 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Amendment Paper

Found: comple te each individual domestic homicide review; (b)that the data must be recorded centrally in a Home

Jun. 09 2021
Written evidence submitted by Fair Trials (PCSCB28)
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Written evidence

Found: services for fear of being reported: 1.7.1 The government’s data-sharing between the NHS and the Home

Jun. 09 2021
Written evidence submitted by the Howard League for Penal Reform (PCSCB27)
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Written evidence

Found: public perceptions rather than the rights of either victims or the accused and convicted ( Home

Jun. 09 2021
Written evidence submitted by the Local Government Association (supplementary submission) (PCSCB30)
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Written evidence

Found: Whilst this is a Home Office and Ministry of Justice-led Bill, it will be vitally important for these

Jun. 09 2021
Written evidence submitted by Dr Robert Jones, Lecturer in Criminology, University of South Wales (PCSCB31)
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Written evidence

Found: This clause should also include an obligation on the Home Office and Ministry of Justice to produce

Jun. 09 2021
Written evidence submitted by the British Transport Police (PCSCB32)
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Written evidence

Found: has been issued as a result of a conviction of a BTP offence but the force will need to approach a Home

Jun. 09 2021
Written evidence submitted by Maureen Martin et al (re: Reject New Clause 43) (PCSCB33)
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Written evidence

Found: • In 2018 the Home Office did an extensive review on vigils around abortion clinics and concluded

Jun. 08 2021
Public Bill Committee Amendments as at 8 June 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Amendment Paper

Found: comple te each individual domestic homicide review; (b)that the data must be recorded centrally in a Home

Jun. 08 2021
All proceedings up to 8 June 2021 at Public Bill Committee stage
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Bill proceedings: Commons

Found: (e)the National Police Chiefs Council, (f)the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, (g)the Home

Jun. 07 2021
Notices of Amendments as at 7 June 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Amendment Paper

Found: comple te each individual domestic homicide review; (b)that the data must be recorded centrally in a Home

Jun. 04 2021
Notices of Amendments as at 4 June 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Amendment Paper

Found: comple te each individual domestic homicide review; (b)that the data must be recorded centrally in a Home

Jun. 03 2021
Notices of Amendments as at 3 June 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Amendment Paper

Found: comple te each individual domestic homicide review; (b)that the data must be recorded centrally in a Home

May. 28 2021
Notices of Amendments as at 28 May 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Amendment Paper

Found: comple te each individual domestic homicide review; (b)that the data must be recorded centrally in a Home

May. 28 2021
All proceedings up to 27 May 2021 at Public Bill Committee stage
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Bill proceedings: Commons

Found: (e)the National Police Chiefs Council, (f)the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, (g)the Home

May. 28 2021
Written evidence submitted by the Domestic Abuse Commissioner for England and Wales (PCSCB21)
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Written evidence

Found: Recommendations: 3 Home Office (2019), Consultation on a new legal duty to support a multi -

May. 28 2021
Written evidence submitted by the Centre for Women's Justice (re: pre-charge bail provisions) (PCSCB22)
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22 - Government Bill
Written evidence

Found: We understand that the Home Office and College of Policing are willing to consider including the



Tweets
Sarah Jones (Labour - Croydon Central)
Shadow Minister (Home Office)
15 Jun 2021, 2:22 p.m.

Daniel Morgan’s family have been waiting 34 years for justice. I asked @pritipatel to acknowledge the report's criticism of the Home Office, implement its key findings & come back to Parliament before recess with a response. Disappointed that she would not give that commitment. https://t.co/tFBbCBhtad

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Diane Abbott (Labour - Hackney North and Stoke Newington)
13 Jun 2021, 8:57 a.m.

The Home Office must stop the cruel deportation of autistic Osime Brown back to Jamaica. He was so young when he left that he doesn’t even remember the country #FreeOsimeBrown https://t.co/t3yt9BiEk8

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Meg Hillier (Labour (Co-op) - Hackney South and Shoreditch)
11 Jun 2021, 5:45 p.m.

,@commonsPAC pressed Home Office officials on the delays with the #WindrushCompensationScheme - if you or someone you know in #Hackney has been affected, see here: https://t.co/EMvB7hbg2d Also PAC on lessons learnt from COVID-19 and #vaccines open up to everyone aged 25 and over https://t.co/kYiv7wjNPE

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Caroline Nokes (Conservative - Romsey and Southampton North)
11 Jun 2021, 2:59 p.m.

This is a great proposal by @sajidjavid - we saw the impacts of child marriage at the Home Office and he is well placed to see this Bill made law. https://t.co/iUuzpouOS5

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Diane Abbott (Labour - Hackney North and Stoke Newington)
11 Jun 2021, 1:15 p.m.

FREE OSIME BROWN! Join protesters on Saturday day at 12 noon outside the Home Office. Support the campaign for Osime Brown, a vulnerable autistic young adult, facing deportation to Jamaica a country he left aged 4. @FreeOsimeBrown #FreeOsimeBrown #StopTheDeportation https://t.co/Td8myf74Eh

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Kate Osamor (Labour (Co-op) - Edmonton)
10 Jun 2021, 2:41 p.m.

The @ukhomeoffice is attempting to deport Osime Brown, who has severe autism and a reading age of 6 to a country he knows nothing of. This is Windrush all over again and we need to stop it. Rally this Sat 12th June at 12pm Home Office Marsham St. #OsimeBrown #FreeOsimeBrown https://t.co/svaFgft2Mu

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Alistair Carmichael (Liberal Democrat - Orkney and Shetland)
Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Home Affairs)
10 Jun 2021, 1:32 p.m.

Today I called for independent inspections of asylum facilities. Chris Philp says they already happen. An inspection did happen in February. The report is sitting, unpublished, with the Home Office. 1/2 @LD4SOS https://t.co/a6je0Dzrz3

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Alistair Carmichael (Liberal Democrat - Orkney and Shetland)
Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Home Affairs)
10 Jun 2021, 1:32 p.m.

Real independent inspections should not be dependent on when the Home Office decides it can handle the embarrassment. If Philp is not "marking his own homework" then he is saying that the dog has eaten it. 2/2

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Alistair Carmichael (Liberal Democrat - Orkney and Shetland)
Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Home Affairs)
10 Jun 2021, 1:07 p.m.

Happy to raise these concerns. There is a great deal of change needed in Home Office operations and more independent inspections would be a (minimal) first step. Sunlight is the best disinfectant. https://t.co/7985KCks1V

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Jess Phillips (Labour - Birmingham, Yardley)
Shadow Minister (Home Office)
9 Jun 2021, 6:25 p.m.

Just so you know, Domestic abuse and sexual violence don't count as serious violence according to this bill and the Home Office won't commit to it being so. Rape not serious enough? https://t.co/QMWmzq2VWE

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Ruth Cadbury (Labour - Brentford and Isleworth)
9 Jun 2021, 3:21 p.m.

I was pleased that at Home Office Questions this week Shadow Minister @Bambos_MP asked the Government for reassurances that those entitled to settled status won’t lose their rights or be detained if they miss the deadline. https://t.co/dDlomWKYwf

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Lucy Powell (Labour (Co-op) - Manchester Central)
Shadow Secretary of State for Housing
9 Jun 2021, 3:05 p.m.

Rupert Everett was a Manchester resident who lived in the UK for more than 50 years. He was wrongly classed as an illegal immigrant. A report by the Parliamentary Ombudsman has now found repeated errors by the Home Office. Mr Everett died in 2019 with no apology or compensation https://t.co/Yf3NxfCzKU

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Northern Ireland Office
8 Jun 2021, 9:49 a.m.

With less than 30 days to go before the #EUSS deadline, the Home Office are running a virtual event for EU nationals in Northern Ireland. The session takes place on Wednesday 9 June at 1400. Sign up here: https://t.co/kzD4HeHOY6 https://t.co/JI29yTgsXI

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Sarah Jones (Labour - Croydon Central)
Shadow Minister (Home Office)
7 Jun 2021, 3:09 p.m.

Assaults on emergency workers up 26% in month to 11 Apr 21 compared to 2019. Just called for home office research into why its happening, action on single patrol cars and better kit for officers. Minister wouldn't commit to any. Watch my question here: https://t.co/HEMMpvxn8S https://t.co/XjjE65bH2B

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Guy Opperman (Conservative - Hexham)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Work and Pensions)
3 Jun 2021, 7:17 p.m.

Huge support to my wonderful former boss at the Home Office. Looking forward to seeing you back in @HouseofCommons soon! https://t.co/rzv8Lq3JHX

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Yvette Cooper (Labour - Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford)
3 Jun 2021, 1:58 p.m.

1/ Damning court judgement shows Home Office failed to follow public health advice, using dormitories in a pandemic; “it was virtually inevitable that large numbers of residents would contract Covid 19” c200 people were to catch Covid in Jan as a result https://t.co/GnJJlS5VHW

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Stuart C McDonald (Scottish National Party - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Home Affairs)
3 Jun 2021, 11:22 a.m.

Use of unsafe barracks was a disgraceful policy decision by the Home Office. The Home Secretary ignored clear public health advice & put hundreds of people in danger with a Covid outbreak “inevitable”. She should take full responsibility & resign. https://t.co/B9j8EZ1sEx

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Barry Sheerman (Labour (Co-op) - Huddersfield)
3 Jun 2021, 8:20 a.m.

Why have they put a Home Office minister up on a major education issue? “Not all the children are the same” hardly an original insight! @BBCr4today

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Catherine West (Labour - Hornsey and Wood Green)
Shadow Minister (Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs)
2 Jun 2021, 11 a.m.

@HaringeyWelcome @DavidLammy @ukhomeoffice Thanks, I have a Home Office Oral question tabled to Ministers first day back in Parliament #RefugeesWelcome

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Matt Warman (Conservative - Boston and Skegness)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport)
2 Jun 2021, 9:05 a.m.

@yellabelly6 @pritipatel @BorisJohnson @celebrityradio We have discussed this issue, and the huge amount of resources the Home Office is putting into tackling it, repeatedly.

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Department Publications - Policy paper
Friday 11th June 2021
Ministry of Justice
Source Page: United Nation’s Subcommittee on the Prevention of Torture
Document: United Nation’s Subcommittee on the Prevention of Torture (PDF)

Found: The Home Office publishes force - level data on stop and search, including racial disparities, which

Thursday 3rd June 2021
Cabinet Office
Source Page: Procurement Policy Note 05/21: National Procurement Policy Statement
Document: Procurement Policy Note 05/21: National Procurement Policy Statement (PDF)

Found: The Home Office has published guidance to support organisations produce transparent modern slavery

Friday 28th May 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Source Page: Residence rights implementation of the Withdrawal Agreement, Part 2 (Citizens' Rights): third joint report, April 2021
Document: Residence rights implementation of the Withdrawal Agreement, Part 2 (Citizens' Rights): third joint report, April 2021 (PDF)

Found: Communication and outreach Since 2019, the Home Office has spent £6.1 million on a comprehensive communications



Department Publications - Guidance
Monday 7th June 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Source Page: Bolivia: funeral directors
Document: Bolivia: funeral directors (webpage)

Found: Related content Home Office: ministerial gifts, hospitality, travel and meetings, October to



Department Publications - Consultations
Monday 7th June 2021
HM Treasury
Source Page: Consultation on a Power to Block Listings on National Security Grounds
Document: Consultation on a Power to Block Listings on National Security Grounds (PDF)

Found: with officials within the Financial Conduct Authority, Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, Home

Wednesday 2nd June 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Source Page: Safety of journalists: call for evidence
Document: Safety of journalists: call for evidence (PDF)

Found: Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Rt Hon Victoria Atkins, Minister for Safeguarding, Home



Non-Departmental Publications - Services
Jun. 15 2021
UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI)
Source Page: Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme by post or email
Document: Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme by post or email (webpage)
Services

Found: From: UK Visas and Immigration and Home Office Published 15 June 2021 Documents Form



Non-Departmental Publications - Statistics
Jun. 15 2021
Regulatory Policy Committee (RPC)
Source Page: Rating (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill: RPC Opinion
Document: Rating (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill: RPC Opinion (PDF)
Statistics

Found: While t he IA doe s not monetise any benefits to society , it now includes some evidence from the Home



Non-Departmental Publications - Guidance and Regulation
Jun. 15 2021
Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC)
Source Page: Guidance for EUSS advisers
Document: Guidance for EUSS advisers (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: submit the application themselves and there is unlikely to be any ongoing correspondence between the Home

Jun. 14 2021
Public Health England (PHE)
Source Page: Tuberculosis (TB): migrant health guide
Document: directory of information for local authorities and clinical commissioning groups (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: No recourse to public funds (NRPF) is a condition set by the Home Office on people from abroad who are

Jun. 07 2021
UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI)
Source Page: Conducting asylum interviews
Document: Conducting asylum interviews (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Page 1 of 67 Publ ished for Home Office staff on 03 June 2021

Jun. 03 2021
UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI)
Source Page: Bangladesh: tuberculosis test clinics for a UK visa
Document: Bangladesh: tuberculosis test clinics for a UK visa (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: for a UK visa Vietnam: tuberculosis test clinics for a UK visa Collection Tuberculosis testing: Home

Jun. 02 2021
UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI)
Source Page: Discretionary leave
Document: Discretionary leave (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Page 1 of 29 Published for Home Office staff on 27 May

Jun. 02 2021
UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI)
Source Page: Discretionary leave
Document: Discretionary leave (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Discretionary Leave ( D L ) is granted outside the I mmigration R ules in accordance with the published Home

May. 28 2021
UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI)
Source Page: Asylum accommodation requests
Document: Asylum accommodation requests (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Page 1 of 17 Published for Home Office staff on 27 May

May. 28 2021
UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI)
Source Page: Fraud, tricks and scams
Document: Fraud, tricks and scams (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Guidance on what to do if you get an email, telephone call or letter from someone pretending to be the Home

May. 28 2021
Public Health England (PHE)
Source Page: Serious Violence Duty: strategic needs assessments
Document: Serious Violence Duty: strategic needs assessments (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: From: Public Health England, Department of Health and Social Care, and Home Office Published 28 May



Non-Departmental Publications - Transparency
Jun. 15 2021
Security Industry Authority (SIA)
Source Page: SIA Information Technology: strategy, plans and budgets
Document: SIA Information Technology: strategy, plans and budgets (PDF)
Transparency

Found: Arena Inquiry No TBD NB: SUBJECT TO BUDGET AVAILABILITY WHICH HAS YET TO BE CONFIRMED BY THE HOME

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on pension information provided to CNC officers
Document: The response to an FOI on pension information provided to CNC officers (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of reports the CNC received from whistleblowers
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of reports the CNC received from whistleblowers (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the demographic makeup of the CNC
Document: The response to an FOI on the demographic makeup of the CNC (PDF)
Transparency

Found: partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland at each site.

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the supply of body armour within the CNC
Document: The response to an FOI on the supply of body armour within the CNC (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of CNC employees that have faced sexual misconduct proceedings
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of CNC employees that have faced sexual misconduct proceedings (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of sexual misconduct complaints against CNC officers since 2012
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of sexual misconduct complaints against CNC officers since 2012 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of CNC officers that were employed with criminal convictions since 2018
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of CNC officers that were employed with criminal convictions since 2018 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of sexual misconduct allegations against CNC officers since 2016
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of sexual misconduct allegations against CNC officers since 2016 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of complaints of domestic violence against CNC officers since 2018
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of complaints of domestic violence against CNC officers since 2018 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of complaints of sexual assault against CNC officers since 2016
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of complaints of sexual assault against CNC officers since 2016 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of allegation of domestic abuse against CNC employees since 2016
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of allegation of domestic abuse against CNC employees since 2016 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of sexual misconduct allegations made against CNC officers since 2018
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of sexual misconduct allegations made against CNC officers since 2018 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of sexual misconduct complaints against CNC employees
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of sexual misconduct complaints against CNC employees (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of Covid-19 breaches by CNC officers
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of Covid-19 breaches by CNC officers (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on unconscious bias training within the CNC
Document: The response to an FOI on unconscious bias training within the CNC (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of formal complaints female CNC officers have made
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of formal complaints female CNC officers have made (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on the number of reports the CNC have received on vehicle thefts and car accidents
Document: The response to an FOI on the number of reports the CNC have received on vehicle thefts and car accidents (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on FOIs received by the CNC
Document: The response to an FOI on FOIs received by the CNC (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on driver training within the CNC
Document: The response to an FOI on driver training within the CNC (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Polic e Scotland

Jun. 07 2021
Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Source Page: The response to an FOI on Business change within the CNC
Document: The response to an FOI on Business change within the CNC (PDF)
Transparency

Found: T he Constabulary works in partnership with the appropriate Home Office Police Force or Police Scotland



Non-Departmental Publications - News and Communications
Jun. 14 2021
Government Chemist
Source Page: Government Chemist provides summary of CBD related activities
Document: Letter from Kit Malthouse to Government Chemist (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: Minister of State for Crime and Policing 2 Marsham Street London SW1P 4DF www.gov.uk/home

Jun. 10 2021
Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber)
Source Page: Northern Light Solutions Limited v The Commissioners for HM Revenue and Customs [2021] UKUT 0134 (TCC)
Document: Northern Lights Solutions Limited v HMRC (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: M r Lee would use a desk at NBS Northern Light did not provide any equipment beyond a home office

Jun. 07 2021
Legal Aid Agency (LAA)
Source Page: Pre-charge engagement work payment fees
Document: Criminal Bills Assessment Manual (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: Regional O ffice s should al so note fro m the Home Office guidance that it would rarely be reasonable