Arrests for racist and indecent chanting more than doubled last season compared to the campaign before despite severe restrictions on fan attendance, a Home Office report states.
Hate crime incidents were reported in relation to 287 matches across the UK in the 2019-20 season, a Home Office report states.
The Government is introducing legislation allowing undercover agents to participate in crime to protect their identity in long-term operations.
The Home Office has been accused of basing immigration policies on “anecdote, assumption and prejudice” instead of evidence, and having no idea of the effect they have on migrants.
Scotland’s immigration minister has said he has not had talks with Westminster for more than a year – despite sending seven letters to politicians in the UK Government.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has been accused of using “divisive and deceptive” language after complaining “activist lawyers” were frustrating the removal of migrants.
French members of Parliament have been accused of “putting around misconceptions” about life in the UK for undocumented migrants on small boats.
Senior Government officials will face a grilling by MPs on Thursday over record numbers of migrants crossing the Channel to reach the UK.
A former drug addict has converted a minivan into a safe consumption room for substance users in a bid to reduce death rates.
The Home Office has been forced to abandon using a video which accuses “activist lawyers” representing migrants of trying to disrupt the asylum system after a barrage of complaints.
The Home Office has been accused of an “assault on the rule of law” over its comments about “activist lawyers” who are representing migrants.
More than 190,000 people have applied for EU settled status from Scotland, new figures show.
More than £1 million has now been paid out by the Windrush Compensation Scheme – but the vast majority of claimants have still not received payment.
The widow of Pc Andrew Harper is due to meet the Home Secretary next month in an effort to harness major political support for a new law meaning those who kill emergency workers are jailed for life.
The director of the BBC’s Windrush scandal drama Sitting In Limbo has said that the Home Office tried to view the programme before it aired on television.
Fines of up to £10,000 for those organising illegal raves in England will come into force ahead of the bank holiday as authorities clamp down on unlawful gatherings.
The Government has called on councils to “take responsibility” as it urgently tries to find care for lone migrant children who have crossed the Channel to the UK.
A bishop has called on the Government to “take a lead” in dealing with the global issues that drive migrants to risk their lives on unsafe journeys.
A 16-year-old Sudanese migrant has been found dead on a French beach after officials were told a makeshift boat had capsized at sea.
Any new unaccompanied migrant children arriving on small boats will now be left with Border Force after Kent County Council announced it has reached capacity.
Kent County Council has reached its capacity to care for asylum-seeking children arriving on its shores, its leader has said.
Young children were carried ashore by officials as the latest wave of Channel migrant crossings continued.
More than two million people have been granted the right to carry on living and working in the UK permanently after freedom of movement ends, figures suggest.
Sending the Royal Navy into the English Channel to deal with migrant crossings is a “declaration of maritime war”, the mayor of Calais has said.
Around 20 migrants waved as they were spotted motoring across the English Channel on a rubber dinghy.
Defence chiefs are considering a formal request from the Home Office for naval support to deal with migrants attempting to cross the English Channel in small boats.
Any attempts to “push” migrant boats back to French waters risks potentially fatal capsizings, the Government has been warned amid calls for the UK to instead broker an agreement with France.
Britain is to call on France to crack down harder on migrants attempting to cross the Channel by boat, including taking them back to French ports rather than shepherding them to the UK.
Dozens more migrants arrived on UK shores on Friday as one council revealed it had taken 400 unaccompanied migrant children into its care already this year.
Sending in the Royal Navy to tackle the surge in Channel migrant crossings has been branded a “completely potty” idea which could put people’s lives at risk.