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  • Civil partnerships on religious premises

    Equalities minister Lynne Featherstone announces that, under the Equality Act, religious institutions who wish too will be able to conduct c...
  • Protection of Freedoms Bill published

    Millions of people will be protected from unwarranted state intrusion in their private lives, the Home Secretary has outlined today.\r\rAn a...
  • ID card database destroyed

    A database built to hold the fingerprints and personal details of millions of ID card holders has been destroyed.\r\rhttp://www.homeoffice.g...
  • Augmented reality

    Home Office security minister Baroness Neville Jones takes a look at counter-terrorism technology at a central London event....
  • Anti-social behaviour: new proposals

    A range of measures to tackle anti-social behaviour have been unveiled by the government today.\r\rHere James Brokenshire explains new plans...
  • Funding to tackle knife crime

    Following a report into knife crime by former Eastenders actor Brooke Kinsella, the Home Secretary has announced more than £18m to tackle kn...
  • Crime on your street

    Interactive maps at http://www.police.uk allow you to enter your post code and find out what crime or anti-social behaviour has happened nea...
  • Counter-terrorism powers

    The Home Secretary Theresa May outlines new measures to restore civil liberties while continuing to protect the public from terrorism.\r\rht...
  • New rules on alcohol pricing

    Crime prevention minister, James Brokenshire, announces that retailers will be banned from selling alcohol below the rate of duty plus VAT.\...
  • Stonewall's top employer

    Stonewall, a leading charity for lesbian, gay and bisexual people has names the Home Office employer of the year for 2011.\r\rhttp://www.hom...
  • Ending child detention at Yarl's Wood

    Immigration minister Damian Green announces that children will no longer be detained in Yarl's Wood immigration removal centre.\r\rhttp://ww...
  • Domestic violence support at Christmas

    Equalities minister Lynne Featherstone visited Solace Women's Aid and spoke to support workers and victims about their experiences.\r\rIf yo...
  • Contribute to our consultation on students

    Tougher entrance criteria, limits on work and an end to students staying in the UK to look for a job are among changes proposed by the immig...
  • World Aids Day 2010

    World Aids Day 2010 message from equalities minister Lynne Featherstone....
  • Policing for the public

    The new Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill will see the public able to directly influence how the police tackle crime in their are...

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