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  • Policing for the public

    On the day the Police Reform and Responsibility Act receives royal assent, Home Office Minister Nick Herbert talks about how new powers will...
  • London violence

    Home Secretary, Theresa May, issued a statement on the violence and looting which broke out in London this weekend.\r\rhttp://www.homeoffice...
  • Largest ever cocaine haul

    Officers from the UK Border Agency have seized the largest ever cocaine haul from a luxury yacht off the coast of Southampton.\r\rFind out m...
  • Taking the cash out of crime

    Criminals will have their finances hit harder as part of the Home Office's organised crime strategy. \r\rUnder the new proposals, the abilit...
  • Crackdown on organised crime

    Crime and security minister, James Brokenshire explains how the government's organised crime strategy will get law enforcement agencies toge...
  • Gearing up for the Games

    With one year to go to the start of the 2012 Olympics, crime and security minister, James Brokenshire, reflects on the Home Office preparati...
  • Exceptional talent route

    Damian Green announces how leaders in the fields of science, humanities, engineering and the arts can come to the UK.\r\rhttp://www.homeoffi...
  • Action on human trafficking

    Immigration minister, Damian Green, launches a new strategy to help tackle human trafficking....
  • Have your say on family migration

    Immigration minister Damian Green launches a consultation on family migration proposals that will crack down on sham and forced marriages an...
  • New counter-terrorism plans published

    CONTEST, the government's counter-terrorism strategy, has been changed to take account of the terrorist threats the UK faces and the governm...
  • UK terror threat

    The Home Secretary has announced that the threat level from international terrorism in the UK has been changed from 'severe' to 'substantial...
  • UK Border Agency trafficking raids

    Around 150 UK Border Agency and police officers have been involved in a series of raids targetting a gang suspected of trafficking sex worke...
  • Gervelie Mambs meets Theresa May

    Gervelie Mambs and her father came to the UK as refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo.\r\rTo mark refugee week, Gervelie, her fathe...
  • A chance to live in peace

    This video shows interviews with three refugees from the Democractic Republic of Congo who have settled in Norwich: Jules Mulundu, John King...
  • Settling in the UK

    Immigration minister Damian Green launches a public consultation on reforms to the work routes leading to settlement for non-EU workers.\r\r...

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