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Tag Archives: Home Office

Focus on faith based hate crime in West Yorkshire

The Halifax Courier reports on the focus on faith based hate crime through the month of January by West Yorkshire Police and

Opposition to the Government's new counter-terror powers grows

The Independent and Daily Telegraph report on the Home Office consultation on the provision contained in the Counter terrorism and

Tackling hate crime in West Yorkshire

The Halifax Courier reports on the rise in hate crimes in Calderdale, in the West Yorkshire region. Under an FOI

CPS conviction rate up for race and religious hate crime

BBC News reports on the Crime Prosecution Service’s annual report on hate crimes which includes figures on prosecution and conviction

Religious hate crime up 45%

BBC News, The Guardian, and Metro all report on the release of hate crime statistics for April 2013 to March 2014 comprising of data supplied

Home Secretary calls for more liberty-curtailing counter-terrorism powers

BBC News, ITV News, Sky News, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and The Financial Times have all

Home Office adviser criticises Government strategy on tackling far right threat

Sima Kotecha’s interview with a senior Home Office adviser on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme this morning is picked

Home Office publishes CONTEST annual report

The Home Office published its 2013 Annual Report on the CONTEST counter-terrorism strategy yesterday outlining developments in the UK’s response

'Tens of thousands' of hate crimes going unreported every year

The Independent front page story today covers the Home Office publication on hate crimes in England and Wales released last month. The

Race most common motivating factor in hate crimes across England and Wales

The Home Office yesterday published a report on hate crimes in England and Wales drawing on statistics from the Crime Survey