More migrants have been picked up trying to cross the Channel this month than in December, when a “major incident” was declared.
Government policy on young asylum seekers is unlawful and “creates a real risk” of children being wrongly detained, senior judges have ruled.
The Home Office has reversed its decision to refuse a visa for the father of the Scottish Refugee Council’s chief executive, meaning he can now see his son receive an honorary doctorate.
Boats carrying 20 migrants have been found off the Kent coast.
An MP has blasted his colleagues for “not taking seriously” the issue of violent crime after only a handful turned up for a debate on the issue.
More than 700 migrants planned or attempted to cross the Channel in small boats in just over a year, according to Government figures.
A “critical” overhaul of the communications network used by Britain’s emergency services is likely to be hit by further delays and cost £3.1bn more than the original budget.
Musicians have called for the Government to preserve their freedom of movement in a post-Brexit Europe.
Forensic science in England and Wales has plunged into crisis – raising the risk of crimes going unsolved and miscarriages of justice occurring, a new report warns.
A group of MPs has referred the Home Office to the equalities watchdog over the Windrush scandal, urging an investigation into whether British citizens were unlawfully discriminated against on the basis of their race.
A judge has dismissed a legal challenge brought by asylum seekers at the centre of an eviction row in Glasgow.
The Home Office has apologised after making a data protection blunder when circulating information about the Government’s Windrush compensation scheme.
Millions of EU nationals can secure their right to stay in the UK after Brexit from Saturday as the Home Office fully launches its Settlement Scheme.
The Church of England has criticised the Home Office after it quoted the Bible to question an asylum seeker’s claim that he converted to Christianity because it is a peaceful religion.
The Home Office has come under fire after it emerged that fewer than half of immigration detainees depart the country when they leave detention.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has doubled Government funding for security at mosques and other places of worship in the wake of the New Zealand attack.
The Home Office is preparing a multimillion-pound publicity campaign to mark the full launch of its Brexit settlement scheme.
More than two in five suspects arrested in terror investigations last year were white, official figures show.
Asylum seekers could be given the right to work under changes to the system being proposed in Glasgow.
More than 2,000 air passengers bypassed border checks after being sent the wrong way upon arrival in the UK last year, new figures show.