A youth-focused trio will lobby the Government with knife crime solutions written on chicken boxes distributed by the Home Office.
Courts will be given extra powers to tackle knife crime and serious violence, the Home Office has announced.
The stab victim knifed in an “unprovoked” attack outside the Home Office in London is a government worker.
A bloodied stab victim went into the Home Office for help after being knifed in an “unprovoked” attack outside the Government building in central London.
A Home Office-chartered deportation flight is lacking “common decency” towards detainees who were restrained for up to 14 hours and refused privacy while using a toilet, an inspection has warned.
Home Office managers have been reminded to spend taxpayers’ money “carefully and wisely” after splashing thousands on a team-building trip to the Crystal Maze experience at the height of the Windrush scandal.
Forced evictions of unsuccessful asylum seekers have been condemned as “regrettable and harsh” by the Archbishop of Glasgow.
The image of a man lying with a needle in his hand in broad daylight is a sign Scotland needs to “do more” to support drug users, the public health minister says.
Scientific testing on live animals has fallen to its lowest level since 2007, official figures show.
The Home Office has given another £5 million to a police force testing software that predicts whether someone will commit a crime.
A Home Office minister has been criticised over claims she has refused to give evidence to an inquiry about drug use in Scotland.
Manchester United supporters have been involved in more football-related arrests where racism was an aggravating factor or a feature than any other club in England in the four seasons up to 2017-18, data from the Home Office shows.
Charities have expressed “outrage” at news that around 300 asylum seekers are to be evicted from their current homes.
Hundreds of asylum seekers are facing eviction after an accommodation provider announced it is to begin a long-planned lock-changing programme.
Around 1,600 fake items worth more than £850,000 have been seized on just two occasions at an airport.
A gay rugby player said he is feeling “hopeless and depressed” after losing his deportation battle and being ordered to leave the UK.
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.
Musicians have called for the Government to preserve their freedom of movement in a post-Brexit Europe.