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UKHSA priorities in 2022 to 2023

Letter from Health Minister Maggie Throup confirming UK Health Security Agency’s role and priorities for the financial year 2022 to 2023.

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Social Security (Habitual Residence and Past Presence) (Amendment) 2022 regulations

Correspondence between SSAC and the Minister for Welfare Delivery about the Social Security (Habitual Residence and Past Presence) (Amendment) 2022 regulations.

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UK and Ghana reaffirm commitment to tackle global threats

The UK and Ghana will go further and faster to combat terrorism, organised migration crime, drug trafficking and other global threats following a summit in London.

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Civil news: updated contract schedules from 1 September 2022

New civil contract schedules beginning 1 September 2022 to be made available by the end of July.

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Breaking the links between politics, business and illicit activity in the Western Balkans

The Prime Minister’s Special Envoy to the Western Balkans highlights the UK’s increased efforts to address crime and corruption in the Western Balkans and around the world.

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Inspection Report Published: An inspection of the initial processing of migrants arriving via small boats at Tug Haven and Western Jet Foil December 2021 – January 2022

The inspection focused on protecting the border through security checks, and the identification and safeguarding of vulnerable people.

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The ICIBI has commenced a monitoring review of ePassport gates

The review will examine the Home Office’s progress against the recommendations made in the previous inspection report on ePassport gates (June 2020 – January 2021).

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Mansion House Speech by the Chancellor of the Exchequer

Chancellor of the Exchequer delivers his first Mansion House speech on the evening of Tuesday 19th July.

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Chief Inspector increasingly frustrated with Home Office publication delay to his small boats report

Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, David Neal, said today that he is becoming increasingly frustrated at the Home Office’s delay in releasing his report into small boats crossings.

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New consultation on civil penalties to tackle illegal migration

To help tackle illegal migration, the government is proposing tougher penalties for hauliers and vehicle drivers found carrying clandestine migrants.

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Foreign criminals removed to Albania

Offenders removed had received combined prison sentences of more than 55 years

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Passaparola newsletter – issue one

A newsletter for the British community living in Italy, published by the British Embassy in Italy.

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