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The Government today published its new Cyber Security Strategy, setting out how the UK will support economic prosperity, protect national security and safeguard the public’s way of life by building a more trusted and resilient digital environment

Net migration to the UK in 2010 was 252,000 - the highest calendar year net migration figure on record. While immigration has remained steady at 591,000, this increase has been caused by declining emigration, which in 2010 was 339,000 - the lowest since 2001

Agencies in Pembrokeshire have not always worked effectively to protect children from abuse by professionals, and improvements are needed, a joint inspectorate report published today has found

 

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Police custody provision in Hammersmith and Fulham needed to see some improvements, said Nick Hardwick, Chief Inspector of Prisons, and Dru Sharpling, HM Inspector of Constabulary, publishing the report of an inspection into custody suites in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

 

A new report from the Ambulance Service network says changes to the way ambulances are measured could help improve response times in rural areas but only if there is clarity on how services will be commissioned

 

Currently operating at a loss of around £2 million each month, the government has decided to wind down operations at its forensics agency by March 2012

 

ACPO lead for child protection and abuse investigation says protecting children from harm is a key concern for the police and work has been undertaken to improve our ability to detect and target child sexual offenders

 

Sweeping new proposals that will reform, modernise and improve the diversity of judicial appointments have been announced by the Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke

 

In response to the Migration Observatory's report Thinking Behind the Numbers published yesterday into public attitudes on migration, Donna Covey, Chief Executive of the Refugee Council said

 

Tackling anti-social behaviour should be the top priority for new directly elected police commissioners, according to a survey carried out one year ahead of elections being held across England and Wales

 

The coroner at the 7/7 London bombings inquests has formally ruled that the 52 people who died in the suicide attacks were unlawfully killed (May 6th)

 

The 200th rogue claims management firm is now in the process of being closed by the Ministry of Justice

 

The process of background checking more than 380,000 Games time workers, athletes and officials ahead of next summer’s Olympic and Paralympic Games has begun, the Home Office announced today

 
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