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The Home Office is the lead UK government department for immigration and passports, drugs policy, crime, fire, counter-terrorism and police.
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NationalCrimeAgency 4h
Replying to @NCA_UK
A common feature in drug supply is the exploitation of young and vulnerable people. Find out more and learn how you can spot the signs on our website:
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NCSC UK 5h
Read our advice on what the US temporary general licence means to customers. Users should be able to update handsets as normal during the period of the licence. We continue to assess and will update advice if we become aware of security concerns
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Ministry of Justice 10h
We’re taking action to better protect vulnerable children, victims of domestic abuse & other serious offences within . We’re committed to identifying how the current system can be improved & we’ll be reviewing concerns raised through a panel of experts.  1/2
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NationalCrimeAgency 8h
Nikki Holland, National Crime Agency County Lines lead, said: “Tackling county lines and the misery it causes is a national law enforcement priority and these results demonstrate the power of a whole-system response to a complex problem that we’re seeing in every area of the UK.”
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Home Office 9h
We want your views on options to support a multi-agency approach to preventing :
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Home Office 20h
In his speech at this morning, Home Secretary highlighted the importance of collaborating with our international partners to keep our country safe. Find out more:
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Home Office 21h
Stricter laws to tackle terrorism recently came into force. This morning Home Secretary spoke about security, terrorism, and international collaboration. Read more:
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Home Office 22h
This morning Home Secretary spoke about security & the threat from terrorism. Under the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Act, the Home Secretary can designate a region and make it an offence for British nationals to be there. Read more:
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Home Office 23h
Jonathan Hall QC has been appointed as the government’s new Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, Home Secretary announced today. Read more:
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Home Office 24h
Home Secretary spoke at this morning about the importance of security, the threat from terrorism, and how we're working with international partners to keep our country safe. Read the full text of his speech:
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Home Office May 20
Are you a national from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea or the USA and coming to the UK to study for less than 6 months? Find out what you need to do on arrival:
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Home Office May 20
From today, nationals from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and the USA can use eGates for through the UK border. Home Secretary explains why this is good for our economy.
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Home Office May 20
Nationals from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and the USA can now use eGates for faster UK arrival. Find out if you’re eligible:
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Sajid Javid May 20
Today I delivered a speech setting out how international collaboration is key in fighting terror & protecting national security. Read it here 👇🏽
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Home Office May 20
Replying to @sajidjavid
Read Home Secretary 's speech in full: (7/7)
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Home Office May 20
Replying to @sajidjavid
.: “The threats against us are many and varied. But that is no reason to be fearful… From every challenge we have emerged stronger. Determined. Unafraid. And, most importantly of all, united. (6/7)
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Home Office May 20
Replying to @sajidjavid
.: “We are preparing the way for an Espionage Bill. This will bring together new and modernised powers, giving our security services the legal authority they need to tackle this threat.” (5/7)
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Home Office May 20
Replying to @sajidjavid
.: "In two months’ time… we will host the [Five Eyes] summit in Manchester. There we will take forward an agenda with our allies on emerging threats – from drones to cyber." (4/7)
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Home Office May 20
Replying to @sajidjavid
.: "In the past two years, [our security services] have foiled 19 major terrorist attacks… For each attack prevented, there are dozens more that never have the chance to begin in the first place.” (3/7)
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Home Office May 20
Replying to @sajidjavid
.: “Security underpins the unity of our society and our values… Those that challenge us – whether it’s the twisted ideology of religious or political extremism, or the cold calculation of state actors – do so because they detest our values." (2/7)
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