Theresa May & Home Office

Theresa Mary May (née Brasier, born 1 October 1956) is a British Conservative politician who is Home Secretary in the Conservative – Liberal Democrat Coalition government. The Home Office is the United Kingdom government department responsible for immigration control, security, and order. 5.0/5

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We reveal how home office doc was written by officials answering directly to Theresa May - and A Rudd is attempting to…
Home Office under Theresa May hid report showing that just 1% of foreign students in Britain break the terms of their vis…
Theresa May's Home Office hid a study warning that Brexit could leave Britons at greater risk of crime and terrorism
The Home Office that Theresa May built continues to shame itself and the whole country. https…
Home Office under Theresa May 'fined' by Treasury after breaking rules over Dame Goddard pay  via
Not only was Manchester Bomber on the watch list, his father was aided and abetted by Theresa May at the Home Office to…
Anger mounting at Theresa May - these brutal cuts came under her premiership and long stint at Home Office. No more exc…
Abbot is not solely responsible for costing did Theresa May cost everything in home office, nope chancellors job!
Let's not forget Theresa May was in charge of the Home Office while her party were breaking the Law over
Theresa May reshapes Downing Street in the Home Office mould
That would be the same Home Office that Theresa May presided over for so long.
Theresa May pressured NHS to release data to track immigration offenders
Can we have a Slow Clap for Theresa May & Home Office destroying UK's world-leading sector for absolutely no reason. htt…
"No-one likes us, we don’t care” - The Protective State: Theresa May and the revenge of the Home Office
Fundamentally disagree with Theresa May on much, too authoritarian and paternalistic, but the Home Office will do that to a person.
Here you go: Theresa May's recent internet history - Freedom of Information request to Home Office - WhatDoTheyKnow
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Does anyone feel safe with Theresa May in charge at the Home Office & Mike Penning (yes I know who is he?) as Ministe…
Members of CSA Inquiry panel meeting Theresa May tomorrow morning at Home Office to learn their fate.
Officials at Home Office have arranged for Theresa May to meet *some* abuse survivors so that she can tell them what she has…
Members of panel have been summoned to see Theresa May at tmrw am at Home Office to learn their fate, Whitehall …
Using the excuse of terrorism – whose main victim is considered thought – Theresa May’s Home Office is making a law which attacks free expression, writes PETER HITCHENS.
David Cameron personally orders Tories to open Whips 'dirt books' to child abuse investigators! The Prime Minister's decision comes as 200 child abuse victims and campaigners meet in Parliament on Wednesday (today) David Cameron has agreed to throw open the records of Conservatives whips’ office and Tory central office to let investigators hunt for evidence of historic child abuse, The Telegraph can disclose. The Tory leader and Prime Minister has personally written to Theresa May, the Home Secretary, to make clear that both the whips and Tory headquarters had to “co-operate fully” with the Home Office’s inquiry into child sexual abuse, which is still seeking a chairman. This will mean that party’s infamous “dirt books”, in which whips recorded the indiscretions by MPs to help to keep them in check in Parliament, will be scrutinised by Home Office officials. It comes as victims of child abuse will hold 200-strong rally in Houses of Parliament on Wednesday to discuss how to take forward their ...
It looks like Theresa May's Home Office plans to restrict visas of foreign ... - CITY A.M.
Theresa May has been given an extraordinary warning that a toxic feud between the Home Office and Downing Street is damaging her chances of succeeding David Cameron as Tory leader.
Home Office did not request CIA redactions - Theresa May: yea right! nothing to worry the Americans won't tell!
Theresa May snubs sex abuse victims for trip to Brussels Theresa May's Home Office dictates to survi…
Yvette Cooper: Theresa May and the Home Office are turning a blind eye to the crisis in safe haven provision caused public service cuts
Theresa May says the Home Office could have covered up child sex abuse
Theresa May admits Home Office may have covered up child abuse allegations
Cameron contradicts Theresa May by saying Wanless rpt shows there was no Home Office cover-up -
Theresa May: Home Office could have covered up paedophile claims -
Theresa May - Privatising The Police, Alienating Them From Public Accountability There is no need to look any further than Westminster to see how Britain is being destroyed from within. There are no more intelligent debates in that house. Policy is made not by MPs but by 'civil servants', NGOs, Charities and 'Independent' Policy Units under 'Chatham House' rules of secrecy. No surprise then that Thersa May has been giving revealing speeches at the 'independent' Reform think tank. Thanks to an alert UKColumn reader who picked up on the text and the hidden meaning, we can now reveal what Theresa has really got planned for policing in UK. She lets things slip in the following excerpts of her speech: If responsibility for operational policing now lies squarely with Chief Constables, unimpeded by the Home Office, if responsibility for providing accountability now lies with the police and crime commissioners , unimpeded by the Home Office, If HMIC scrutinises police performance and the College of Policing prov ...
EXC Home Office minister Norman Baker resigns in anger at Theresa May's opposition to 'evidence-based policies'
Norman Baker resigns as Home Office minister: Lib Dem MP says working with the Home Secretary, Theresa May, ha...
Norman Baker has quit as a Home Office minister,complaining that working under the Home Secretary, Theresa May was like“walkin…
Home Office in dock as immigration fiascos mount: Theresa May under fire after ...
First thing the Home Office have got right in 4 1/2 years.
By WikiGuido Once source at the Home Office said what everyone was thinking after the Deputy PM described Theresa May's conference speech as “a new low for coalition relations”, telling MailOnline: “Nick Clegg is a w**ker”. 216 coalicious days to go… Tagged: Clegg, Spin Visit Site
Home Secretary Theresa May has announced the Passport Office is to be brought into the Home Office and made accountable t…
After ongoing backlogs, Theresa May announces today that UK Office to be brought into the Home Office
party at Home Office - 'freed' but still in US jail Shame on Theresa May for g…
Office Theresa May has her day in the grand Court of King Keith: … been a lot of Home Office furni...
MP Tom Watson's letters to Theresa May re alleged Home Office funding of Pedophile Information Exchange:
Theresa May says NSPCC boss will review Home Office handling of child abuse allegations
Will Theresa May advocate wholesale change to Home Office in viewof historic problems like missing files
Home Office found out a yr ago over 100 files on child abuse allegations were missing. Why didn't Theresa May reveal this?
Theresa May letters about allegations the Paedophile Information Exchange received Home Office funding:
How long does one have to be at the Home Office before wanting more surveillance? And EAW? Then ID cards? 3 yrs? 4? ht…
Nigerian *** battles UK deportation A Nigerian lady, Aderonke Apata, felt she had tried everything to persuade the Home Office that she was *** She had sent letters from former girlfriends – both in Britain and Nigeria – and supporting statements from friends, The Daily Independent, UK, reports. But once her claim that she could be killed because of her sexuality if sent back to Nigeria was rejected, she felt there was only one way of providing a judge with irrefutable evidence that she was *** – by sending a very personal home video. Apata will hand in a petition to Theresa May, the Home Secretary, demanding that the deportation of all LGBT asylum-seekers be halted until a review of their treatment is concluded. Sitting with her girlfriend, Happiness Agboro, in a bar on Manchester’s Canal Street, Apata, 47, reveals the traumatic ordeal she has experienced: “I was asked to bring my supporting documents for my judicial review for the court to look at. What evidence do we have to compile apar ...
in says to to Revealed: Asian slave labour producing prawns for supermarkets in US, UK Share 4 Email Rowena Mason, political correspondent Theguardian.com, Tuesday 10 June 2014 19.20 BST Jump to comments (6) Companies not asked to report slavery in supply chains under new laws Theresa May, the Home Secretary, will meet businesses on Wednesday to discuss eradicating slavery from supply chains. Photograph: WPA Pool/Getty Images New laws to tackle slavery will not ask companies to reveal forced labour in their supply chains because it could be too much of a burden, the government has indicated. On the day the Guardian published evidence that some seafood being sold in the UK is linked to slavery, it emerged the Home Office will not for the moment require companies to report on whether their suppliers are completely free of forced labour. The Home Office said it takes the issue extremely seriously and has not ruled out legislating to make reporting requirements tougher for companies. Theresa May, the home sec ...
Theresa May's special adviser has quit as the crisis deepened over the so-called Trojan Horse letter, which has caused a damaging row at the heart of the Cabinet. And Education Secretary Michael Gove was forced to apologise to the Prime Minister and Home Office counter-terror chief Charles Farr, to…
Home Office and Education Department at loggerheads as Michael Gove and Theresa May point finger over failure to tackle Islamist infiltration of schools
Press Release | Monday, May 12 Galloway slates Home Office in letter to Theresa May Bradford MP George Galloway has launched a bitter criticism of the Home Office response - or lack of it - over the incursions into mosques by the far-right Britain First. Speaking after touring three of the mosques which were attacked on Saturday, Galloway said: "It was first with dismay, then incredulity and finally anger that I learned that more than 48 hours after these jackbooted thugs had burst in on worshippers to desecrate holy places there has been absolutely no contact with any of the imams or members of the local Council for Mosques by the Home Office. It is unconscionable that there has not been a word of condemnation or sympathy from the Home Secretary and her department. Theresa May should have been on the first train to Bradford trailing officials and reassuring the Muslim community that not only would the perpetrators be punished but that she would ensure that an outrage like this never occurs again. Instead ...
Last week, on 14 May, the Immigration Act 2014 was given Royal Assent. According to the Home Office, the Act will 'ensure our immigration system is fairer to British citizens and legitimate migrants,' while being 'tougher on those with no right to be here.' Indeed, Home Secretary Theresa May was explicit when the Bill was introduced that its purpose is to create a 'hostile environment' for migrants in the UK. Unsurprisingly, then, the passage of the Bill has been controversial and heavily criticised. Pressure groups such as Migrants' Rights Network have called the Bill unfair and unworkable, while Movement Against Xenophobia damningly crowned it as 'the most racist and discriminatory piece of legislation' seen in many years.
Today Refugee Action won a High Court case against the Home Office regarding the freeze on support to asylum seekers, which is sometimes as little as £5.23 a day. The court ruled Theresa May must address the diminishingly low level at which asylum support is set. At NAT we see numerous cases of people with HIV, here lawfully as they apply for asylum, being unable to pay for adequate food, clothing and heating because the support they receive is too low. This can have a devastating impact on their health. You can read our full statement here.
To Theresa May, Home Secretary We, the undersigned, call on the United Kingdom Border Agency, Home Office to renew Mariam Harley Miller's visa and for both the UKBA and the NHS to apologise for their behaviour after the unjust...
An MP has written to the Home Office asking why a "dangerous criminal" had been rehomed in south Wales. Paul Flynn said there was "deep outrage and anger" at reports that a London gang leader was "dumped" on Newport. Mr Flynn said Joland Giwa, 24, who claims to be from Sierra Leone, should be deported. The Home Office refused to confirm Mr Giwa's location, but said it had opposed a judge's decision to release him from detention. The South Wales Argus reported that Mr Giwa was the leader of a gang in Croydon, south London, and had served a prison sentence for robbery. The newspaper said he had then been held pending a decision on deportation, until a judge released him on the condition that he lived at an address in Newport and reported to UK Border Agency officers in Cardiff. In his letter to Home Secretary Theresa May, the Newport West MP writes: "I understand that the Home Office is refusing to confirm the present location of Mr Giwa. I write presuming that the South Wales Argus story is accurate "Under ...
I've just sent them this message. - Original Message - From: david To: Esther.Blake Cc: stephenj.barber Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2014 5:35 PM Subject: Maybe you can help? Hi Esther, I live in Milton Keynes & was asked by Richard Solly to look at his 3 year report before he published it to see if I could make any suggestions on how he could reduce the cost of crime which was his remit with an annual budget of £30 Million which have been used nationwide. Unfortunately Richard has retired now & the new man in charge has simply ignored me & any messages I've sent to him since he started his new job. I have recently written to & meet my MP Mark Lancaster who assures me my concerns have been forwarded onto the Home Office. I have also written directly to Theresa May & David Blunkett. So far 2 local authorities have said Local Safeguarding Children Board's are exempt from the freedom of information act but neither has yet sent me a copy of the legislation which says they are & Stephen Barber did not answer m ...
Nica Dee mentioned in another post that Theresa May holds secret files relating to Madeleine McCann case and expressed an interest in a petition to lobby the government for their release. I felt this merits it's own post rather than reply on the other thread. I've had a scout around looking for more info on it and feel even a petition would be pointless. Below are some links to explain it further. Nica posted the Sonia Poulton - Stephen Birch interview to explain which documents she was talking about. That interview is at the 08/09/11 Daily Star Sunday journalist Jonathan Corke made a FOI request for all details exchanged between the Home Office and the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) regarding the MPS’ review of the Madeleine McCann case. On 01/12/11 the Information Commissioner replies confirming 7 documents in total, 1 document already released to public domain by Scotland Yard (Operation Grange - Remit) and can be viewed at other 6 documents are exempt from the FOI request. An appeal is lodged on ...
Reports of a leaked Home Office paper suggest Theresa May wants to introduce a cap on migration from the EU, possibly at 75,000 a year - around 30,000 lower than the current level. The changes would mean that professionals and highly-skilled migrants from wealthy countries such as Germany, Austria or the Netherlands could move to the UK only if they had a job offer and lower-skilled workers would be allowed to settle only if they were employed in posts where there was an identified shortage. BUT WE HAVE NICK ( THE A***HOLE ) CLEGG SCREAMING BLUE MURDER OPPOSING THIS AS ILLEGAL AND UNDELIVERABLE. If Theresa May can succeed in doing this, I say well done. She is finally a UKIP Member
Nick Clegg: 'My advice to the Home Office is to spend less time leaking policies that are illegal and undeliverable' htt…
Home Secretary Theresa May has been discussing the issue of free movement within the European Union "for some time now" with her counterparts in other countries, she has told the BBC. She refused to discuss a leaked Home Office report suggesting they wanted annual immigration from the EU to be ...
Support has been mounting for Prossie, but we need to keep up the fight and get more and more people acting,and demanding that her deportation is stopped. The story was covered by *** Star News - Raped and persecuted *** faces deportation from UK to Uganda - See more at: read Prevent UK Deportation petitions have been set up 'If This Woman is Deported Thursday, She Will Face Persecution and Worse to the petition that has had 13,869 asking the UK Home Office: Don’t deport Ugandan *** back into danger! targeting : Home Secretary Theresa May and Immigration Minister Mark Harper Michael CASHMAN 's office in the European Parliament has been in touch and assured us of the MEP's intervention, regarding her case. St. Pauls Voice Centre (SPAVOC) and EveryOne Group have joined GayAsylumUK and Movement for Justice to launch an urgent appeal to the institutions of the United Kingdom, the UNHCR, the European Parliament, the European Commission, the Council of Europe to request that the deportation is avoid ...
ACTION 1: Contact the Home Office! Email Theresa May and Mark Harper demanding that Prossie isn't deported tomorrow. Here's a template in case you don't have time to write your own: Dear , I am writing to ask that Prossie N, an asylum seeker currently held at Yarl's Wood and due to be deported on December 12th, be released and allowed to remain in the UK. Her home office reference is N0157846. Prossie is a Ugandan *** who came to the UK in order to escape persecution. She faces certain persecution and the likelihood of imprisonment and torture if she is deported. She has witnesses who can attest to her sexuality; the risk faced by LGBT people in Uganda is well-documented. Additionally, Prossie's health has deteriorated rapidly since being taken to Yarl's Wood on 21st July this year. Two previous attempts to deport her have failed due to her obvious ill-health. There is no good reason to send Prossie back to a country which will persecute and harm her, particularly given the significant decline in her ...
Theresa May has been accused by cabinet colleagues of undermining the government’s pro-business agenda by refusing to cut red tape in the Home Office. The Home Secretary was sent a “scathing letter” late last month by Michael Fallon, the
Tom Watson has asked Theresa May to explain how Leon Brittan's Home Office 'lost' the Dickens child abuse dossiers
The Home Secretary today opened the second reading debate for the controversial new Immigration Bill in Parliament.   The Movement Against Xenophobia campaign group held a protest against the Bill outside Parliament. And also today in related Immigration Bill news, the Home Office published its response to the consultation on 'migrant access to health services in the UK' and its response to the consultation on 'tackling illegal immigration in privately rented accommodation'. Opening the second reading of the Bill, Theresa May gave the following speech to Parliament:   I beg to move that the Bill now be read a second time. Mr Speaker, we have introduced a limit on economic migration from outside the EU, cut out abuse of student visas and reformed family visas. As a result net migration is down by a third. Our objective remains to reduce annual net migration to the tens of thousands by the end of the Parliament. We must also reform the immigration system that manages the flow of migrants in and ou ...
So Theresa May has finally cottoned on that the Home Office's "go home" vans are vile and divisive
Theresa May 'furious' over imposition of Norman Baker on Home Office via
Nick Clegg is clearly having fun at Theresa May's expense by pushing Norman Baker towards the Home Office, and I suspect Cameron nodded it through because if May is having to deal with internal ructions then she has less time to position herself as his successor
Criminal gangs are using Poland as a base for smuggling under-age prostitutes, professional benefit cheats and sham brides into Britain. Concerns that the country has become a ‘hotspot’ for people-smuggling operations mean that officers from the new National Crime Agency will be based in Poland for the first time. They have been given instructions to hunt down the gangmasters responsible before their victims can reach our shores. Poland is one of five ‘priority’ countries identified by the Home Office and the NCA. Vietnam, China, Albania and Nigeria will also have UK police bases. The former Eastern Bloc country is attractive for gangs trying to bring in under-age prostitutes and other sex workers because of its EU membership – granting its citizens full access to the UK. It is also at the heart of other scams, such as sending Polish women to the UK to take part in ‘sham weddings’ to non-EU citizens they have never even met. Bill: Theresa May will publish a new law targeting sex traffickers, ...
£3,000 UK Visa Bond, Insult to Nigeria – Oba of Lagos Posted on Jul 2 2013 - 2:32pm by naijamayor |  NEXT » Oba Rilwan Akiolu, Oba of Lagos, has described the £3000 visa bond being proposed by the United Kingdom’s Home Office for Nigerians wishing to enter the UK as an insult to Nigerians. Akiolu who spoke at an event where Peter Carter, deputy British High Commissioner, was present, berated the decision of the British government, saying the move was also an insult on Nigeria as a country. The monarch said “Nigerians do not welcome the idea and the government of the United Kingdom (UK) should do something urgently to reverse the decision.” The British envoy in a swift reaction, said the decision was meant to checkmate high risk applicants adding that media report over the matter had caused a lot of upset. He said the UK Home office initiated the pilot scheme involving a lot of countries, but said no form of decision had been taken yet over the matter. Public outcries in Nigeria and oth ...
Lagos has threatened to impose similar barriers to Britons entering Nigeria, should it be enforced, according to the Financial Times of London. Britain’s proposal for a migrant bond has been dismissed by Nigeria as a “blunt instrument” that will damage commercial ties. A pilot scheme, announced over the weekend by Theresa May, the UK Home Secretary, would levy a £3,000 bond on short-term visitors from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nigeria and Ghana, as part of Conservative efforts to bring down UK net migration to 100,000 by the next election. After confusion over how the bond would work, the Home Office confirmed on Tuesday that it would not apply to all visitors from the selected countries, but just a few considered to be at particularly high risk of breaching their visas. The scheme, which would involve forfeiture of the deposit, in the event of visitors overstaying, has run into fierce opposition from the countries targeted, amid signs the UK government is already thinking again. Ngoz ...
OK, people. The more I have thought of this "wisdom" by Theresa May and her co-sojourners at the Home Office to impose a £3000 bond payable by all intending visitors to the UK the more I am thinking maybe we should just let them do it (oh the legal migrant will obviously weigh his options here but the fraudster cares less anyway). The losers on the whole is the UK economy (and if anyone doubts that.they should consider that all those Nigerian faces they see at their universities already pay a premium in excess of £15000/annum for that luxury.never even mind the revenue from shopping to the British economy..visiting Nigerians are still the third largest group of people spending at our West End shops.never even mind the professionals, the London Underground, the NHS.).but I am leaning towards the idea simply because I believe a serious move from emigrating to the UK/US or anywhere else might actually benefit Nigeria the more. Imagine that all those actively lost to the diaspora now where still within the ...
It has cost the UK taxpayer more than £1.7 million since 2005 to try to deport radical cleric Abu Qatada from Britain. In a letter to the Home Affairs Select Committee,Home Secretary Theresa May said the £1,716,306 figure includes the terror suspect's legal aid costs of £647,658,as well as more than £1 million in Home Office costs for pursuing the case. (The Government has been trying to deport Qatada to Jordan,where he was convicted of terror charges in his absence in 1999,for eight years). Committee chairman Keith Vaz MP said: "I am shocked Abu Qatada's legal costs alone could have employed 90 new constables for a year." So why didn't you just bung him on a plane in 2005 and be done with it...Knobheads.
Theresa May has struck a deal with George Osborne agreeing to cut Home Office spending but protect police's budget for tackling terrorism
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Home Office clearly more interested in deporting ABU Q than outing PAEDOS
Home Office here - oops , accidentally sent to shredder whilst having a cover ... , clean out
The UK Border Agency is to be abolished wt its work returning 2d Home Office, Theresa May said "its performance was not good enough".
Eddie Mair: describe your personal journey into accepting *** marriage Theresa May: well, in 2010, I walked into the Home Office.
Stop the British Badger Cull shared the following link and had this to say about it: Britain's National Wildlife Crime Unit (NWCU) is facing closure in April due to a funding shortfall. The 10 member unit costs just £136,000, paid annually by the Home Office and DEFRA. The Home Office under Home Secretary, Theresa May has so far refused to settle its share. The NWCU is a key player in the fight against badger pe...
We thought Home Office had reached it's nadir with Jacqui Smith. Then along comes Theresa May...looks like she's in a dream
Hello Everyone! Please take time to send this letter/email to support Roseline Akhalu! *NEW* Letter in Response to Home Secretary's decision to challenge the immigration tribunal's finding in support of Roseline Akhalu's right to remain - please use or adapt to express your own sentiments. mayt Privateoffice.externalpost: Rt. Hon Theresa May, MP Secretary of State for the Home Office, 2 Marsham St London SW1P 4DF Fax: 0207 035 4745 Please mention Roseline Akhalu’s Home Office Reference Number in all correspondence – A1344782 Dear Home Secretary *** Ref No A1344782 I am shocked and saddened to learn of your decision to challenge the judgment of the immigration tribunal in Bradford, which found in favour of transplant patient Roseline Akhalu’s right to remain in the United Kingdom. You must be aware that the Home Office’s refusal to accept the judgment of the independent immigration tribunal, as Ms Akhalu’s MP Greg Mulholland has argued, will involve considerable unnecessary expenditure and will s ...
Batten: "The sight of the Home Office appealing the appeal is low comedy of the saddest kind. Theresa May must get a grip".
I heard a rumour that this is Theresa May's new anthem for the Home Office.
Dame Helen Ghosh, Perm Sec at Home Office, told head of Civil Service she was going for National Trust job but not Theresa May
Vince Cable to replace Theresa May at the Home Office? I doubt that's going to happen...
As Dame Helen Ghosh departs as Permanent Secretary at the Home Office, is it not time for her boss Theresa May to depart?
London Metropolitan University Tier 4 student visa licence suspended THIS POST WAS WRITTEN BY CHARLES KELLY ON JULY 25, 2012 POSTED UNDER: NEWS A government university has been banned from recruiting overseas after failing to inform the Home Office when overseas students failed to turn up for their courses. In a rare move the London Metropolitan University has become only the second Highly Trusted university to have its licence to recruit international students suspended by the UK Border Agency. The university announced that it had been suspended from the UK Border Agency’s list of Tier 4 Highly Trusted Sponsors while it worked to ‘clarify issues’ (usually known as breaches) over its handling of non-EU students, the Times reports. Concerns were raised during two recent Border Agency audits on the way data on non-EU students is collected and stored, said Malcolm Gillies, vice-chancellor of the university. In addition, issues regarding attendance monitoring and English-language testing data also neede ...
Home Office lets 250 foreign criminals stay in Britain yet wants to deport Bale who has served in the British Army for 13 yrs is married to a British wife and has two British born children! Sign the petition to let Bale stay.
Home Secretary Theresa May today revealed that G4S had told the Home Office last month it would be able to resolve its problems supplying Olympic guards.
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Rumour in the Guardian that Michael Gove will replace Theresa May at the Home Office
Peas anyone : Six of them to be precise .So Transport for for London , The Home Office , Theresa May , Boris , Seb and all at G4S : Planning and preparation prevent *** poor performance . Oh and while we're about it TFL putting up lots of signs saying plan your journey and avoid London does not equal a transport strategy , quite the opposite in fact .
The High Court was told the Home Secretary 'is close' to making a decision, but the Home Office has asked for a further medical examination before a final decision is made.
Trouble for Theresa May? Thousands of Home Office documents, including immigration cases, blowing on A4 in W London! Mystery how
photo © UK Home Office, used under Creative Commons License Yesterday evening Tim Shipman, deputy political editor of the Daily Mail, announced their exclusive story that GCSEs were to be scrapped in...
Theresa May says 'work is ongoing' to restrict migration to the UK in the event of a financial collapse in the eurozone
Home Office plans curb on immigration: Theresa May says ‘work is ongoing’ to restrict migration to the UK i...
Just 3 months ago the Home Office made 1000 Border Control Agency personal redundant in a cost cutting drive. Now, in an attempt to put a sticking plaster over the resulting chaos, and impending security risks during the Olympics, Home Secretary Theresa May has drawn in 700 individuals from other Whitehall posts to man our passport control points that the 1000 fully qualified former employees used to do before being laid off. The 700, all of which had desk bound jobs in the Civil Service, have only received 3 days training, instead of the normal 13 weeks, will be asked to check passports, and to identify terrorists trying to enter the UK. At least one of them is no more than a HR clerk whose experience involves application for employment, and handling grievance procedures. It gets better, the 700 little helpers wont be able to deny entry to the country. and will be able to claim up to £250 EVERY DAY IN BONUSES on top of their normal salary. Theresa May should resign for being negligent with national sec ...
Abu Qatada's appeal to the European Court turned down, though judges conclude Home Office did get deadline wrong. Lucky old Theresa May
Theresa May ordered to cut airport queues Not much changed at Home Office since Labour.still "Not fit for purpose"
Just fill in your details and add your name at the end of the text in the message box below, or delete the suggested text and use the message box to write your own message to Theresa May. The Home Office are obliged to reply to UK correspondence within approx. ...
has any1 seen Theresa 'wat day is it' May? Fu(£ me it's all gone quiet at the Home Office!!!
Theresa May refuses to confirm if Home Office checked Abu Qatada deadline with European Court
We can finally boot him out! Home Office told that deporting Abu Qatada IS lawful (but it still could ta…
Theresa May's Internet History - a Freedom of Information request to Home Office - WhatDoTheyKnow:
Update: 3rd target of Anonymous attack which has taken down Home Office website and - briefly - Downing Street site, is Theresa May's site
Theresa May will meet with senior officials during her visit to Home Office confirms
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