Cabinet ministers have been accused of attempting to sabotage Brexit as the Tory leadership race hots up.
The next leader of the Conservative Party must be somebody who “believes in Brexit” and has the “passion” to drive it forwards, an MP in the running to replace Theresa May has said.
Foreign agents could be required to register with British authorities under a fresh crackdown on “hostile state” activity.
The contest to succeed Theresa May is hotting up, with potential leadership candidates setting out their stalls.
British nationals could be banned from travelling to the last remaining rebel enclave in Syria under new counter-terror laws, Home Secretary Sajid Javid will warn.
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.
Michael Gove has urged the Home Secretary to introduce flexible immigration rules for skilled workers after Brexit to avoid vacancies in certain industries.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has delivered a fresh warning to Tory Brexiteers that they could lose Brexit altogether unless they back Theresa May’s deal.
Sajid Javid has launched a scathing attack on Jeremy Corbyn, claiming the Labour leader would “rig our precious democracy” if he got into power.
Plans to change the law around police chases have moved a step closer amid fears current rules are undermining efforts to stop moped gangs.
Employers could be kept in the dark about the criminal records of some job applicants under a review of rules by the Home Secretary.
Sajid Javid has revealed he could have been drawn into a life of crime, as he admitted the bloodshed on Britain’s streets has left him fearing for his children’s safety.
Serious violence should be treated like the outbreak of a “virulent disease”, Sajid Javid will say as he outlines his blueprint for stopping the bloodshed on Britain’s streets.
A “small number” of British children have left Syria and returned to the UK via other countries in the last year, it has emerged.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has said “we cannot ignore the crimes being committed on social networks” at the launch of a Government white paper on online harms.
Sajid Javid has defended the issuing of British passports without the words European Union on the front cover despite the Brexit delay.
Thousands of Windrush scandal victims will share in a £200 million compensation scheme launched on Wednesday by the Government.
Thousands more police officers can now authorise enhanced stop and search activity after ministers relaxed rules on the tactics as part of efforts to tackle the knife crime crisis.
The family of Islamic State bride Shamima Begum are reported to have begun legal proceedings to review the decision to strip her of British citizenship.
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.