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Home secretary pledges to ensure Home Office “fundamentally shifts its way of working” after report
Warning comes as department forms a cross-government working group to "address the challenges faced by the Windrush generation and their descendants"
JCWI says the algirith discriminates on the basis of nationality – by design"
MHCLG “had not assessed how its timeframe for completing remediation would be affected” by Covid-19
Inquiry comes after Race Disparity Audit, which was published in 2017 when Theresa May was prime minister
Private companies cut out of unpaid work and behavioural programmes in further reversal of Grayling reforms
Government "need to make it a priority to understand the needs of disabled people in the system"
"Lack of joined-up thinking and activity across Whitehall is impeding progress," commission says
Jenrick says government needs the backing of people "most affected by" its response to inquiry recommendations
PM tells committee of senior MPs it is time to move on from row over adviser's possible lockdown breaches
Department seeks partner to support ongoing work to build a range of services
Charities will receive a share of £600,000
Building new partnerships and changing perceptions – does government need a fresh approach to reducing county lines activity?
Courts and prisons need hundreds of millions more in spending to deal with capacity pressures, IfG finds
Competition launched after a court challenge forced the department to remove its previous appointee from the role
JCWI will take case to Supreme Court after appeal finds some landlords discriminate because of scheme requirements
Union says Home Office agency has agreed to talks on how to ensure onsite staff safety amid coronavirus crisis
Low Incomes Tax Reform Group applauds round-the-clock efforts of ‘invisible cohort’ of departmental staff
Cabinet secretary also encourages departmental staff to make time to relax – safely – over the Easter weekend
Boris Johnson has been hospitalised as “precautionary” measure as health secretary accuses people out sunbathing of “putting lives at risk”
Resolution Foundation calls on ministers to extend eligibility and encourage new claims as demand for support spikes
McCallum, currently deputy director general of the Security Service, will take over from Sir Andrew Parker at the end of April