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# home-office - Friday 23 October, 2020

Migrants arriving wet and freezing after crossing English Channel are processed at 'rubble-strewn building site'

Charities said the findings were “extremely disturbing” and show the “brutal reality of how refugee children are treated in Priti Patel’s Britain”.

# home-office - Wednesday 29 July, 2020

UK government spent over £55,000 on legal fees against Emma DeSouza

“You have to be at the very bottom or you have to be rich to use the legal system,” DeSouza said.

# home-office - Thursday 16 July, 2020

Woman who went to Syria to join IS should be allowed return to UK to fight citizenship case, court rules

Former home secretary Sajid Javid had revoked her British citizenship on national security grounds.

# home-office - Thursday 26 March, 2020

UK records over 100 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours as police in England given new powers

Those who ignore tougher restrictions on movement could also be fined.

# home-office - Saturday 23 November, 2019

UK tribunal dismisses appeal against ruling that all NI citizens are automatically born British

The tribunal made its initial ruling following an appeal by the Home Office in October.

# home-office - Tuesday 15 October, 2019

Varadkar says Emma DeSouza 'is an Irish citizen' and that he will raise case with Johnson

The Home Office won an appeal against a ruling which found that people born in the North are not automatically British.

# home-office - Tuesday 10 September, 2019

Court case begins on whether the North's citizens can self-identify as Irish

Emma DeSouza has won three court cases against the UK’s Home Office, which has argued that she is a British citizen.

# home-office - Wednesday 28 August, 2019

'Misleading' Home Office ad on how EU citizens apply to stay in the UK banned

The advert claimed all that was needed to apply was a passport or ID card, which was found to be “misleading”.

# home-office - Thursday 15 August, 2019

UK's Home Office branded 'racist or unfathomably stupid' for anti-knife crime ads on chicken boxes

A UK minister said the messages will “bring home” the consequences of knife crime to young people.

# home-office - Thursday 21 February, 2019

Shamima Begum calls for 'mercy' from British authorities after having citizenship revoked

Begum was 15 when she ran away to join the jihadists in 2015.

# home-office - Tuesday 3 July, 2018

Naptime deadlines and ignoring the dishes: 9 realistic tips for working from home with kids

I’ve learnt to put my blinkers up and ignore the crumb-encrusted floor, writes Sheena McGinley.

# home-office - Saturday 16 June, 2018

'Billy's case pulled on their heartstrings': Cannabis oil treatment for Tyrone boy approved

Billy Caldwell’s mother had met with UK government officials to discuss returning his medicine earlier this week.

# home-office - Wednesday 23 August, 2017

'I couldn't believe my eyes': EU citizens in UK given deportation letters by mistake

The Home Office said letters had been mistakenly sent out to around 100 people.

# home-office - Wednesday 28 October, 2015

There will be just 4 police officers investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann

That number has been cut from 29.

# home-office - Wednesday 19 November, 2014

From The Daily Edge Pick-up artist Julien Blanc could be also barred from Ireland after UK visa ban Barred

Pick-up artist Julien Blanc could be also barred from Ireland after UK visa ban

The Department of Justice declined to comment on Blanc’s case, but confirmed that the Minister would have the right to deny him entry.

# home-office - Monday 7 July, 2014

British Government expected to launch child sex abuse investigation

The Home Office has admitted that 114 official files relating to claims of child abuse have been lost or destroyed.

# home-office - Tuesday 10 June, 2014

Should you answer work emails from home? Most employers think so Home Office This post contains a poll

Should you answer work emails from home? Most employers think so

A new survey has shown that 60 per cent of employers expect workers to check emails outside office hours.

# home-office - Thursday 25 July, 2013

From The Daily Edge 16 things only people who work from home will understand Home Office

16 things only people who work from home will understand

Freelancer? Jobseeker? Stay-at-home parent? We’re talking to you.

# home-office - Tuesday 6 November, 2012

Column: Most would jump at the chance to work at home, but it has its downsides

Working at home is not as relaxing as one might think, writes Ann-Marie Scully who says she even misses the morning commute.

# home-office - Sunday 7 October, 2012

10 tips for working effectively at home Top Tips This post contains videos

10 tips for working effectively at home

Clear the clutter, stay in touch – and take off those pyjamas.

# home-office - Sunday 1 April, 2012

Plans for UK web monitoring could affect Irish users

It’s reported that the UK government is seeking the power to monitor calls, texts, emails and web visits under new legislation.

# home-office - Tuesday 29 November, 2011

Russian woman accused of spying wins case to stay in Britain

The British government had claimed that Ekaterina Zatuliveter had used her job at MP Mike Hancock’s office to pass intelligence information back to Russia.

# home-office - Wednesday 26 January, 2011

UK Home Secretary announces new control order measures

After a review of counter-terrorist measures, Theresa May has announced her recommendations for restoring “British freedoms” – but civil rights group is not convinced.

# home-office - Friday 24 September, 2010

UK raises threat level of Irish republican terrorism

The UK’s Home Office says there is a “strong possibility” that Britain could be attacked by republican paramilitaries.