Cutting crime is “non-negotiable” and there must be “no weak spots” in efforts to do so, the Home Secretary has told police chiefs.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has said legal changes are required to better protect police, it has been reported.
The head of the civil service has ordered an end to media leaks in a missive to Government staff as claims of feuding at the top of the Home Office continue.
Priti Patel is a “demanding” boss but she is not a bully, one of her senior Home Office colleagues said following a series of claims about feuding at the top of her department.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has expressed her concern at “false allegations” that she says are being made about her amid claims of bullying and distrust from intelligence chiefs.
Allies have defended the Home Secretary over accusations she bullied officials after it emerged she sought to remove one of her department’s senior mandarins.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has been defended by allies over claims that she bullied officials.
The Home Secretary has hit back at business critics of the Government’s newly announced immigration system, telling private sector chiefs it is “about time” they started training up Britons.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has criticised rapper Dave for branding Boris Johnson a “real racist” during the Brit Awards.
The Home Secretary has said it is “right” that people should speak English before moving to work in the UK.
Sajid Javid quit as chancellor after Boris Johnson set conditions “any self-respecting minister” would reject, he said, as several senior heads rolled in a dramatic Cabinet reshuffle.
The Government has insisted it will take tough action against technology companies which do not adhere to its planned online harms regulations.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has pledged Ofcom will have the tools to ensure social media companies uphold the Government’s new duty of care statutes.
Pubs, clubs and cinemas will be able to stay open into the early hours to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day, the Home Secretary has confirmed.
The Home Secretary has said she fully supports growing pressure on Facebook for it to rethink encryption proposals.
A forty person ‘taskforce’ will lead the UK’s trade negotiations with the EU after the Brexit Department is abolished on January 31, the Government has confirmed.
The Government has promised the biggest cash boost for police “in a decade” as it announced its funding plans for the coming financial year.
A police chief is considering the use of CCTV and stop and search exercises at an RAF base after footage emerged of a driver on the wrong side of the road near where Harry Dunn was killed, the family’s spokesman has said.
Priti Patel has dismissed suggestions that the Duchess of Sussex has been subjected to racist press coverage, saying people of any background can “get on in life” in Britain.
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.
The family of Harry Dunn will meet with Home Secretary Priti Patel as her office considers extraditing the US suspect charged with causing the teenager’s death by dangerous driving.
Facebook has hit back at Home Secretary Priti Patel’s calls for a “backdoor” into planned encryption across its messaging apps, saying it would be a “gift to criminals”.
An “historic” agreement on sharing data will “dramatically speed up” investigations into criminals’ online activity, the Home Secretary has said.