With free movement now set to end abruptly on 31 October, the Home Office remains unable to answer key questions
Department declares former minister’s resignation pledge project a success
Dominic Hornberger remanded in custody until 13 September
Injuries to official said to be not life threatening after attack on Marsham Street yesterday
Cabinet secretary says that there is ‘no evidence to suggest that the attack was anything other than an isolated incident’ at this stage
Home secretary says her thoughts are with victim of “unprovoked knife attack”
Think tank also calls for merger of policing watchdogs after warning current set up 'places a heavy bureaucratic burden on individual forces'
Lord Carlile will consider if programme is fit for purpose
Johnson said the Treasury would provide £2.5bn to increase prison spaces
Director general posts announced in January in shake-up after challenging year for HMPPS
The Right to Rent scheme has been beset by criticism and fears that it could stoke discrimination since before its rollout in 2016, culminating in a damning High Court judgement this year. All the while the Home Office has said a panel of experts has helped to implement and monitor the scheme – but a long hiatus, ignored warnings and a lack of transparency have raised questions.
Document contradicts legally-binding code of practice for scheme, which the High Court ruled in March breachs human rights law