The Liberal Democrats have vowed to move thousands of staff from the Home Office to strip it of responsibility for immigration and asylum if they win the election.
Campaigning will be disrupted on Saturday in the wake of the London Bridge terror attack.
An armed forces charity is backing calls for the Government to scrap visa costs for veterans from overseas who want to remain in the UK.
Boris Johnson endured a difficult day on the campaign trail as the Tories came under fire over the NHS and allegations they tried to “buy off” Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party.
Boris Johnson has appeared to row back from a promise to cut immigration if the Tories are returned power in the General Election on December 12.
EU citizens are being urged to apply for settled status rather than the Home Office “pursuing” them, the Home Secretary has said.
The Tories have pledged they will cut immigration if they return to power in the General Election but said they will not set “arbitrary targets” for getting the numbers down.
The Home Office has insisted it has “no plans” to decriminalise the possession of drugs – despite a second Westminster committee now calling for this.
The number of full-time firefighters has fallen 23% in a decade.
A workshop on the government’s European Union Settlement Scheme is being held in Aberdeen
A woman who lost a challenge against a Home Office ruling that she is British by birth has vowed to continue her legal battle.
The Home Office has won its appeal against an immigration tribunal ruling which found that people born in Northern Ireland are not automatically British.
EU citizens could be deported if they do not apply for settled status after Brexit by the deadline, a Home Office minister has said.
An online passport photo checking system was launched by the Home Office despite it being aware that the technology struggled with very light or very dark skin tones, it has emerged.
More than 1.8 million people have asked to stay in the UK after Brexit under the Government’s EU Settlement Scheme, new figures show.
Campaigners have said the UK’s immigration system “defies basic common sense” after a young doctor who has spent the majority of her life in the country was asked to leave.
Kick It Out says a rise in hateful behaviour at football matches and in wider society is “undeniable” following the publication of new Home Office figures.
A record number of people took Class A drugs in the last year amid a rise in the use of cocaine and ecstasy, according to official figures.
Hate crime reports at football matches rose by almost 50 per cent during the 2018-19 season compared to the previous campaign.
A young black man hoping to renew his passport online was stunned when the automated photo checker mistook his lips for an open mouth.
Scientific testing on live animals has fallen to its lowest level since 2007, official figures show.
The Home Office has given another £5 million to a police force testing software that predicts whether someone will commit a crime.
A police boss has blasted a north-east MP who claimed special centres where drug addicts can inject themselves safely don’t work.
The UK Government has yet to find anyone to run a citizenship test centre in Aberdeen.
Musicians have called for the Government to preserve their freedom of movement in a post-Brexit Europe.
The couple say they’re in “the fight of our lives” to secure residency for Susan, who has already sold her home in the United States and has given up her job as a hospice worker.
An Aberdeen MSP has hit out at the government for delaying launching a citizenship test centre in the city.
Owner Syed Abdul Hamid, known as Raj, said the men were not employed at the restaurant and had just been visiting. He said: “I don’t know who they are. That’s for immigration to prove they were working."
Sajid Javid has warned internet giants they could face new laws unless they step up efforts to tackle child abuse content.
A senior north-east medic has called spousal immigration rules a “human tragedy”.