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  • Not safe, not legal

    James Brokenshire launches a government campaign to warn students about the risks of taking 'legal highs.'...
  • Legal highs: an unknown quantity

    Senior forensic scientist Dr. Phil Yates tests the chemical compounds of drugs for the police. He explains why taking a so-called legal hig...
  • 'Smarter' immigration controls needed

    Watch an edited version of immigration minister Damian Green's speech which sets out how the government will control migration to the UK....
  • Net migration figures

    Immigration minister Damian Green responds to the latest net migration figures released today....
  • New UK passport

    The Identity and Passport Service has unveiled a new UK passport design with enhanced security features offering better protection against f...
  • Temporary ban on legal highs

    James Brokenshire announces that new legislation will enable police to confiscate new 'legal high' drugs in certain cases....
  • Stopping underage drinking

    Home Office minister James Brokenshire visits Newquay to find out how partnership working has helped crackdown on underage drinking in this ...
  • Home Secretary and Boris Johnson anti-knife crime visit

    Theresa May and Mayor of London saw police action to combat knife carrying at West Croydon bus station....
  • Damian Green visits Harmondsworth

    Immigration minister Damian Green visited Harmondsworth immigration removal centre to open a two new wings to house difficult detainees....
  • Have your say on policing

    Home Office police minister Nick Herbert explains why you should have your say on a consultation paper which outlines new ways to change the...
  • The future of science

    Home Office Minister Baroness Neville-Jones visited the Farnborough Airshow where she presented the award to the 2009 UK Young Scientist of ...
  • Community action against crime

    Eastender Joan Parrott stood up to anti-social behaviour in her community in Poplar, London and now helps to make the Lincoln Estate a bette...
  • The future of policing

    The Home Secretary has launched a consultation paper - Policing in the 21st Century - which outlines new ways to change policing in the UK....
  • Stolen mobile phones

    A new code of practice will ensure mobile phone recycling companies check against a national database to see if phones are stolen....
  • Crime stats released

    Crime statistics published today show total crimes in England and Wales dropped by 9% in 2009-10 compared to the previous year....

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