Tag Archives: Home Office

Who in the Home Office arranged the deportation?


It is clearly very disturbing that some of the 7 people sent over to Jamaica yesterday morning were not fit to travel. However even more disturbing is that the other 83 people who had been sent to go were brought … Continue reading

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Priti Patel must take on board the views of Abbee McLatchie


A few days ago there was a call from the National Youth Agency (NYA) and one of their key workers Abbee McLatchie to the Government. The comments can be obtained from this article in the CYP Now magazine. Abbee is … Continue reading

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Thank you Home Office for challenging Farage’s dishonest tweet


The twitter shown here from Nigel Farage appeared at around 8am on Saturday about an hour before he was invited onto a TV programme to speak about the same issue and he added to it very significantly. In that interview … Continue reading

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We need to hold Home Office social media to account


Yesterday at around 2pm the UK Home Office twitter account, released this message and I along with a number of other people found it very disturbing. My question is how can we bring the people who are running the Home … Continue reading

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The Home Office must change its behaviour and attitudes


This tweet re-appeared yesterday along with a comment from Paul Bernal, a tweeter I often agree with. He was responding to how the Home Office is currently behaving towards our borders and Scotland and I have included his comment below. … Continue reading

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Let us see some evidence of action across Government departments


On Thursday in the House of Lords Brian Paddick set out a debate on Knife Crime which covered a great deal of ground. The challenge with such debates is searching through to find the issues that need a particular focus. … Continue reading

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A cloud cuckoo Government Department (Home Office)


On Monday the Labour MP for Bethnal Green and Bow, Rushanara Ali asked the Home Secretary “What steps he is taking to tackle the rising level of knife crime” Because Sajid Javid was too busy campaigning to become the next … Continue reading

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The Home Office must resolve football policing arrangements


On Tuesday a very short debate took place in the House of Commons under the title “Cost of Policing Football” which was convened by Gill Furniss who is the Labour MP for Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough and also is the … Continue reading

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The Government risks crushing a charity


When Governments dispense sums of money that are intended for the benefit of the public they are often incapable of getting the details right. A classic case being the way in which Chris Grayling handled the ferry crisis by commissioning … Continue reading

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Sajid, it is time to close down The Home Office


The people and organisations within our society that have recognisable high levels of power and authority should act in a highly responsible manner. If they do not, then the risk of society as a whole being severely impacted and even … Continue reading

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