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Home Affairs Committee Nov 14
We are now live with the Policing Minister , taking evidence on the Home Office's policing and security preparations for Brexit. Watch live here:
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Home Affairs Committee Nov 13
We are now live, taking evidence from the Permanent Secretary and other senior Home Office officials
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Home Affairs Committee Nov 13
This afternoon at 2.30pm, we take evidence from the Permanent Secretary in a wide-ranging session looking at key business areas of the Home Office
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Home Affairs Committee Nov 6
We are now live taking evidence from , , and in the second evidence session of the Committee's inquiry into Modern Slavery. Watch live:
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Home Affairs Committee Nov 6
This afternoon, we hold the next oral evidence session for our inquiry into Modern Slavery, hearing from organisations which provide help and support to victims
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Home Affairs Committee Oct 31
We have published the transcript from yesterday's evidence session with the Immigration Minister on Government preparations for a 'no deal' Brexit
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BBC Parliament Oct 30
What will happen at the border on day one after Brexit? Minister Caroline Nokes answering questions at Home Affairs Committee now
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Home Affairs Committee Oct 30
We are now taking evidence from NCA Director General and DAC Richard Martin of the on 'no deal' policing and security preparations. You can watch the session live here:
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Home Affairs Committee Oct 30
We are now live with the Immigration Minister , 2nd Permanent Secretary at the Home Office, Director General of Border Force and the Permanent Secretary of HMRC, taking evidence on border and security operations post-Brexit. Watch live here:
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Police Federation Oct 26
The has backed us in calling for an urgent injection of funds into the ailing police service – or face ‘dire consequences’ Hear from :
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Yvette Cooper Oct 25
Shocking new Home Office data out today shows arrests almost halved over 10 yrs & down 8% last yr. Also 24% drop in fraud arrests in a year. Confirms our report view that police badly overstretched & arrests are falling at same time as crimes are rising
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Home Affairs Committee Oct 25
Our 'Policing for the future' report contains over 60 recommendations and conclusions - the Government is expected to respond within 2 months. Read the full list here:
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policesupers Oct 25
"This report highlights the need for political leadership to take some tough decisions with the service" responds to the 'Policing for the Future report":
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Home Affairs Committee Oct 25
Just one of the conclusions from our report on the future of policing, published today
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NPCC Oct 24
Today's 'Policing for the future' rightly recognises that forces and officers have come under ‘serious strain’ and concludes ‘that forces are badly overstretched’ as they deal with rising crime and demand that is more complex
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Stephen Doughty MP / AS Oct 25
Our face a crisis + need a huge shift in funding and support from if they are to cope with rising + changing - this could not be more serious. Our report from today. Good to talk to on it.
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Yvette Cooper Oct 25
Policing urgently needs more money in Budget & CSR. Our ⁦⁦⁩ report found police officers doing remarkable job in difficult circs, but forces badly overstretched. Report warns of serious consequences if funding not increased
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Home Affairs Committee Oct 25
Read our latest report on 'Policing for the future' and comments from the Chair
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Home Affairs Committee Oct 25
Today, we have published a report on 'Policing for the future'. Read the report here:
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Home Affairs Committee Oct 24
We have published our report on 'Policing for the future'. Read the report and more here:
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