Home Office takes top place in gay rights index
- New inspection regime for teams. // Community Care;1/9/2003, Issue 1454, p7
Provides information on a joint inspection program governing youth offending teams in the United Kingdom. Groups that will carry out the inspections in consultation with the Home Office and the Youth Justice Board.
- Number of stowaways caught rises. // Commercial Motor;4/3/2014, Vol. 221 Issue 5580, p6
The article focuses on a finding by the British Home Office regarding increase in the number of stowaways caught trying to cross the Channel by hiding in lorries by more than a fifth in 12 months as of April 2014.
- Ban on stage hypnotism is not needed, says report. Court, Claudia // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);11/18/95, Vol. 311 Issue 7016, p1322
Reports on the review of Great Britain's Home Office on the risks of stage hypnotism. Studies on the cases of harm related to stage hypnotism; Recommendations of the Home Office on the performance of stage hypnotism.
- HGV scan stats are 'confidential'. Meczes, Robin // Commercial Motor;9/25/2014, Vol. 222 Issue 5605, p5
The article reports that despite concerns raised earlier, the British Home Office has rejected to say how many British-bound heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) are routinely being scanned for stowaways in Calais.
- British send Iraqi refugees back to death. // Empty Closet;Jul2010, Issue 436, p4A
The article reports on the concern expressed by the Iraqi LGBT Group in June 2010 regarding the plans of the British Home Office to return Iraqi refugees to Baghdad, Iraq.
- Councils need more cash to prevent attacks on refugees. Harding, David // Public Finance;8/10/2001-8/23/2001, p6
Reports on refugee groups' call on the Home Office of Great Britain to give councils more cash towards the dispersal of asylum seekers. Reaction to murder of Kurdish man in Glasgow, Scotland, in August 2001; Necessity to increase funding levels to prevent future attacks.
- Home Office: 'Interns did not cover salaried roles.'. Stevens, Michelle // People Management;12/9/2010, p9
The article reports on the move by the British Home Office to refute claims that work experience participants are performing the duties of paid workers in the government department in 2010.
- ...1.5m training for ex-offenders. // People Management;03/05/98, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p9
Reports that the British Home Office has allotted 1.5 million pounds for a job-training program designed to benefit more than 2,000 prisoners as part of the agency's welfare-to-work campaign.
- New regulations could hit learners. // Adults Learning;May2010, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p4
The article focuses on the effects of new regulations by the Home Office on English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) students who have applications for British citizenship when their ESOL Entry level qualifications may not be accepted as part of their application for citizenship.