Sarah’s recent speeches in the House of Commons can be found below:
The Home Office does not hold data on the number of prosecutions and convictions as a result of football-related arrests in connection wi
Home Office requires all of its suppliers to comply with the legal minimum standards of pay as set out in the Government’s National Livin
The Home Office holds annual data on the number of racist hate crimes and incidents in England and Wales.
There have been 34 cases recorded of documents lost by the Home Office since 8 May 2015, of which 12 were recovered.
The Home Office worked closely with the police at both national and local level following the EU referendum in June 2016 to monitor any i
This Government takes seriously the issue of online terrorist content, hate crime, and abuse.
In 2016, 94 members of staff from Civil Staff Learning transferred from the Home Office to the Cabinet Office.
The available statistics on the timeliness of Freedom Of Information requests received by the Home Office up to the third quarter of 2016
This Government is committed to ensuring that disabled people who have experienced hate crime have the confidence to report it.
The Home Department does not hold this information centrally.