Police have made more than 650 arrests and seized cash and drugs worth more than £3 million during a crackdown on “county lines” gangs.
Fewer than 5% of claims made under the Government’s Windrush Compensation Scheme have been paid out, according to official figures.
Oil and gas workers will be exempted from quarantine measures requiring travellers to isolate for 14 days after arriving in the UK.
Anyone arriving in the UK from abroad could be fined or even removed from the country if they fail to self-isolate for 14 days, Home Secretary Priti Patel has announced.
A citizenship campaigner has welcomed a move to allow people in Northern Ireland to be treated as European citizens under immigration laws.
More than 3.5 million applications have now been received for the EU settlement scheme, according to the Home Office.
Police forces have hired 3,005 extra officers in the first six months of the Government’s recruitment drive to sign up 20,000 more over the next three years.
Images released by the Home Office show how four Albanians were squashed into a tiny compartment in a van so they could be smuggled into the UK.
There will be “new norms” when the UK comes out of lockdown and social distancing will be expected “in every single work area”, the Home Secretary has said.
The Home Secretary will be grilled by MPs about how her department has responded to the coronavirus outbreak.
Former top Home Office civil servant Sir Philip Rutnam has formally launched legal action against Priti Patel, according to his union representatives.
An American woman who was facing the threat of deportation during the coronavirus lockdown has been given a six-month reprieve.
The SNP has urged the Home Secretary to waive rules meaning some refugees cannot access government support.
Top-level discussions have been held about reopening Parliament after Easter but the focus is on “making sure we save lives”, said Priti Patel.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has been accused by a group of senior MPs of avoiding scrutiny during a time of national emergency.
Doctors, nurses and paramedics from abroad are to have their visas extended so they can “focus on fighting coronavirus”.
People who continue to flout coronavirus lockdown rules will be breaking the law and could be arrested by police.
Those who refuse to comply could be issued with a fixed penalty notice of £60, which will be lowered to £30 if paid within 14 days.
A woman being held at Yarl’s Wood immigration removal centre has tested positive for coronavirus, prompting calls for detainees to be released.
The independent review into the Windrush scandal, published on Thursday, was critical of the Home Office and set out a series of recommendations for it to follow.
The Windrush scandal was “foreseeable and avoidable” and victims were let down by “systemic operational failings” at the Home Office, according to an official report.
The Windrush scandal was “foreseeable and avoidable” and victims were let down by “systemic operational failings” at the Home Office, according to a report.
A campaigner has lost a legal challenge against the Government over gender-neutral passports.
A campaigner has lost a Court of Appeal challenge over gender-neutral passports.
Charities are being given a share of £3 million in funding to help UK nationals apply for residency to continue living in the EU after Brexit.
The Home Office is providing an extra £8 million of funding to help vulnerable people apply to the EU Settlement Scheme after it came under fire over the support available.
The number of fast-track visas allowing elite scientists from abroad to undertake research at UK universities will double from 62 to more than 120, the Home Office has confirmed.
A workshop on the government’s European Union Settlement Scheme is being held in Aberdeen
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.
A young black man hoping to renew his passport online was stunned when the automated photo checker mistook his lips for an open mouth.