The Government has promised the biggest cash boost for police “in a decade” as it announced its funding plans for the coming financial year.
The Government has defended its use of lie detector tests after it announced plans to use them on terrorists to see if they had reformed.
More than 2.45 million EU citizens have been told they can live and work in the UK after Brexit, while six “serious or persistent” criminals have been refused.
Some 163,300 EU citizens applied last month to live and work in the UK after Brexit.
Plans to impose a £30,000 salary "barrier" on unskilled workers could create new job opportunities for locals in Dundee, according to a senior council official.
A Congolese man who was almost deported from the UK after seeking political asylum has been granted refugee status following an outcry by supporters.
Deaths caused by the drug fentanyl are on the rise, an independent advisory board has warned.
A charity boss has called on the Government to “right the wrongs” blighting the lives of refugees by overhauling the way decisions are made on asylum claims.
The Home Office has said it will “leave no stone unturned” in its bid to tackle child sexual grooming after it was reported that nearly 19,000 minors in England were exploited in the past year.
UK defence company Cobham has revealed a series of promises made by its private equity suitor that led to the Government waiving through its £4 billion takeover.
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.
Almost £3 million worth of fake luxury scarves, jackets and headphones were prevented from hitting shop shelves in the run-up to Christmas by the Border Force.
Compensation payments for victims of the Windrush scandal are taking too long to be paid, campaigners have claimed as they hit out at the “slow and onerous” Home Office process.
Some 69 migrants – including 10 children – were caught trying to cross the cold English Channel in the dark during the early hours of Tuesday morning.
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.