Shamima Begum cannot return to the UK to pursue an appeal against the removal of her British citizenship, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Shamima Begum will find out if she can potentially return to the UK to pursue an appeal against the removal of her British citizenship when the Supreme Court rules on her case.
Shamima Begum will find out if she can potentially return to the UK to pursue an appeal against the removal of her British citizenship when the Supreme Court gives a ruling on her case next week.
A photographer who was slapped with an “unlawful” Covid-19 fine after reporting on a protest outside Napier Barracks says he is “deeply concerned” about the freedom of the press.
The Home Office has been accused of “grossly” misstating coronavirus rules after it said “all gatherings are currently against the law”.
A doctor has accused the Home Office of “moral failure” over the continued housing of asylum seekers at an ageing and virus-hit military barracks.
Lawyers representing six asylum seekers previously housed at a former army barracks have called on the Home Office to “immediately” close it down, after a legal challenge to “unlawful” conditions at the site was given the go-ahead.
Asylum seekers housed at a former army barracks are left “powerless to protect themselves” because the Home Office has “failed to prevent the spread of Covid-19”, the High Court has heard.
The Government did not reject the European Union’s post-Brexit visa offer over an “ideological issue”, Culture Minister Caroline Dinenage has said.
Aberdeen Central MSP Kevin Stewart is demanding Prime Minister Boris Johnson grants automatic settlement rights to all EU nationals living in Scotland ahead of a deadline for applying.
Police patrols will be stepped up at airports and ports as hotel quarantine rules for travellers come into force, the Home Secretary said.
Communities are to be given access to a fund worth more than £35 million to help tackle serious violence and prevent young people from getting mixed up in such crimes.
Police have defended using force on an asylum seeker to move him back into Napier Barracks after a video of the incident drew criticism.
Thousands of police records accidentally wiped from a major crime database are “recoverable” but retrieving them will take “some weeks”, the Home Office’s most senior civil servant has said.
A fire has broken out at a virus-hit army barracks in Kent where hundreds of asylum seekers have been living.
Police forces have hired more than 6,000 officers in the first year of the Government’s recruitment drive to sign up 20,000 by 2023.
Asylum seekers being moved out of a virus-hit army barracks were given “only 15 minutes” notice and not told where they were going, it is claimed.
Thousands of people are calling for controversial military barracks where asylum seekers are being housed to be shut down.
A national strategy focused on collecting more detailed data about child grooming gangs has been launched by the Home Office.
A Fife family fear their 70-year-old grandmother could be taken from them at any moment, after being "left in the dark" by the Home Office over her deportation.
A migrant fleeing persecution in Iran, who was picked up by Border Force in the English Channel, has been jailed and faces possible deportation.
The Home Office is considering extending its use of Napier Barracks to house asylum seekers despite calls to shut the facility down amid concerns of a “major health crisis”.
Britain is open to the prospect of granting refuge to supporters of the detained Kremlin critic and opposition leader Alexei Navalny, the Foreign Secretary has suggested.
Hundreds of thousands of fingerprint, DNA and arrest history records were accidentally wiped from police databases because of “human error” and “defective code”, according to the policing minister.
The policing minister has said officers are “working at pace” to recover 150,000 fingerprint, DNA and arrest history records that were accidentally wiped from police databases.
Labour is demanding answers from Home Secretary Priti Patel after 150,000 arrest records were accidentally wiped from police databases last week.
An asylum seeker living at a military barracks in Kent has said conditions are “unbearable”, with 34 people sharing one shower.
The Home Office has been threatened with legal action after being accused of trying to build a “prison-style” camp for asylum seekers while their claims are being considered.
Asylum seekers living at a controversial military barracks have gone on hunger strike and are sleeping outdoors in protest at conditions inside.
Three children have been rescued from the English Channel after their migrant boat got into difficulty.