British Home Office

The UK government has launched a new pilot campaign to help tackle modern slavery within the Nigerian community in the UK. It will focus on helping those trapped in domestic slavery, where victims are typically kept against their will, mistreated more

30 Mar 2017 00:00 News

Voluntary Returns 1c

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The UK Home Office is accelerating its drive for “illegal” migrants and those refused asylum to return home voluntarily – a tactic publicised as more cost-effective and “humane” than forced returns. But how “voluntary” are these returns really? And more

23 Mar 2017 12:21 News

The United Kingdom's Home Secretary has reaffirmed the Government’s commitment to stamp out modern slavery by announcing £8.5 million of funding to help law enforcement agencies to tackle this horrendous crime. more

18 Oct 2016 00:00 News

Since I became Home Secretary four and a half years ago, I have been briefed about many hundreds of terror suspects intent on attacking Britain, the British people and our interests overseas. The Security Service believes that since the attacks on more

24 Nov 2014 00:00 World

Britain has confirmed that it is going ahead with a pilot scheme demanding a £3000 refundable bond for visas of 'high-risk' visitors from Nigeria, Ghana, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. more

29 Jul 2013 00:00 News