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  • Response to police numbers speculation

    Nick Herbert emphasises that police must share the burden of reducing the public deficit but reiterates the government's desire to protect t...
  • Home Secretary at Police Bravery Awards

    Theresa May presented awards to officers from the Metropolitan police for their bravery tackling armed and violent youths during the theft o...
  • Crackdown on drug dealing

    Crime Prevention Minister James Brokenshire visits Woking to talk to police and local residents about Operation Guardian which was set up to...
  • Limit on non-EU workers

    The Home Secretary announces a temporary limit on the number of workers from outside Europe that can come to the UK to work....
  • Crime stats and children

    Home Office minister Nick Herbert says figures released today which include the experiences of victimised children will help give a fuller p...
  • Keeping vulnerable people safe

    Lynne Featherstone announces that registration with the vetting and barring scheme has been halted to allow the government to review it...
  • Home Secretary visits Heathrow airport

    Theresa May visited Heathrow airport to see first-hand the anti-forgery equipment, drug detection scanners and border control checks used to...
  • A safe World Cup

    Specialist officers from a Home Office-backed unit are stationed at key airports stopping people with football banning orders from travellin...
  • Fake football shirt crackdown

    Criminal gangs trading in counterfeit football shirts face seeing their profits slashed after the UK Border Agency launched a major crackdow...
  • Language test for partners

    Immigration minister Damian Green announces that, from this autumn, people coming to the UK from outside the EU to join their partner or mar...
  • Minister outlines World Cup policing preparations

    Minister for Crime Prevention James Brokenshire outlines preparations being made to ensure the World Cup is both enjoyable and safe for fans...
  • Home Secretary makes statement on events in Cumbria

    Theresa May pays tribute to police and emergency services ahead of an update to the House of Commons....
  • Bringing down crime in Kent

    New crime reduction minister James Brokenshire visited the Kings Farm Estate in Gravesend to see first hand how the local police, working wi...
  • Home Secretary announces ID card scrap

    Plans to scrap identity cards for British citizens within 100 days were announced today by the Home Office. The National Identity Register, ...
  • Policing minister visits Dorset

    On his first visit as minister for policing and criminal justice, Nick Herbert went out on the beat with police in Bournemouth to find out a...

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