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  • Supporting victims of violence

    Home Secretary has announced that more than £28 million will be allocated for specialist services to tackle violence against women and girls...
  • Student protests

    Home Secretary Theresa May comments on the student demonstration in London on the 24th November 2010....
  • Olympic progress

    Home Office security minister Baroness Neville-Jones visits the 2012 Olympics' site in east London....
  • Limit for non-EU workers

    The Home Secretary, Theresa May, sets out a limit for the number of non-European workers who can come to the UK.\r\rhttp://www.homeoffice.go...
  • Transgender Day of Remembrance

    Equalities minister Lynne Featherstone's message of support for Transgender Day of Remembrance. The day commemorates those who have been kil...
  • Tackling inequality

    The Home Secretary has outlined a new approach to equalities that rejects political correctness and social engineering.\r\rhttp://www.homeof...
  • English tests for partners

    From 29 November 2010 any non-European Economic Area migrant who wants to enter or remain in the UK as the partner of a British citizen or a...
  • Theresa May migration speech

    In first major speech on immigration, the Home Secretary has committed to shaking up government policy, managing numbers in the economy's in...
  • Device found at airport - Theresa May's statement

    The Home Secretary -- who chaired a meeting of COBR earlier today -- makes a further statement on a package found at East Midlands airport y...
  • Suspected sham marriage

    A bride and groom are arrested moments before a wedding ceremony at Sheffield Town Hall as part of a UK Border Agency operation targeting sh...
  • Review to protect vulnerable

    Home Office minister Lynne Featherstone announces a review of the Vetting and Barring Scheme that will look at what scheme, if any, is neede...
  • National security strategy

    Security minister, Baroness Neville-Jones, discusses the government's updated approach to security....
  • The real Dagenham strikers

    To mark the release of new British film Made in Dagenham, veterans of the dispute meet Theresa May to talk about their struggle for equal pa...
  • Tackling antisocial behaviour

    Home Secretary Theresa May responds to a Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary report which raises serious concerns about how antisocia...
  • Home office finds rhino horn

    The plot to smuggle the stolen horns of a much loved zoo Rhino out of the UK has landed a man in jail.\r\rUsing DNA samples, the UK Border A...

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