More than 100 migrants have been intercepted in a week trying to make the dangerous Channel crossing in inflatable boats despite coronavirus fears.
The Home Office has flown offenders out of the UK to Jamaica even though a Court of Appeal judge ordered against it.
The government has been criticised for planning to deport those convicted of non-violent offences.
The UK submitted the request for Anne Sacoolas on Friday after she was charged with causing Harry Dunn’s death by dangerous driving.
The Sunday Times reported that two other IS brides in Syria have been stripped of their UK citizenship by the Home Office.
More white people were arrested last year under terror legislation than Asian people, Home Office figures show.
Sajid Javid's decision is only permissible under international law if it does not leave the individual stateless.
More than half of failed asylum seekers remain in the UK, according to a report from ex-Home Office chief David Wood, published by think-tank Civitas.
Police have told the parents of Madeleine McCann they have two new lines of inquiry into her disappearance, it has been reported.
The report from the Commons Home Affairs Committee called for ministers to prioritise policing in the Autumn budget, or risk public safety.
The Home Office has confirmed that it is considering an application from Scotland Yard for more funding to extend the investigation into Madeleine McCann's disappearance.
Former Conservative leader William Hague called for changes to the laws on cannabis following the Billy Caldwell case.
Ministers have previously insisted that a decline in the number of officers could not be linked to a rise in violent crime.
The 63-year-old arrived in the UK in 1973 from Jamaica when hew was a teenager.
The Home Office granted a request by the Metropolitan Police for more funds for the investigation into Madeleine McCann's disappearance.
During a select committee hearing on Tuesday, I listened carefully as Marissa Begonia from the Voice of Domestic Workers described a harrowing story of how one of her members died after being too worried to seek medical help for a persistent cough. Thanks to a clause within the Health and Social Care Act (2012), confidential information provided to the NHS by patients is being used to help trace immigration offenders. A hastily-produced Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Home Office and NHS Digital, introduced at the beginning of last year, provides a framework for something that is legal and has been ‘happening for years’, according to Department of Health and Social Care officials.
Last week, the chancellor pledged to invest £20m in schemes to support people on the brink of homelessness and end rough-sleeping by 2027. This is a welcome step towards resolving the UK’s rapidly escalating homelessness crisis. As the chancellor spoke, representatives of the Home Office were in the nearby Royal Courts of Justice, defending its policy of removing EEA nationals for sleeping rough.
Most hoped, not unreasonably, that the year ahead would bring with it some measure of clarity on the future of Britain’s relationship with the EU (and the rest of the world), the status of 3 million EEA nationals in the UK, and the likely shape of Britain’s post-Brexit immigration system. Humiliation at the polls, scheming and scandal in the cabinet, and deadlock in Brexit negotiations have left Theresa May’s government fractured and weak. Britain is now faced with the unenviable prospects of another early election, an economic crisis, a breakdown in talks or some combination of all three.