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Home Affairs Committee

Commons Select Committee

The Home Affairs Committee is a cross-party committee of MPs responsible for scrutinising the work of the Home Office and its associated bodies. It examines government policy, spending and the law in areas including immigration, security and policing. You can follow the Committee on X (formerly Twitter) using @CommonsHomeAffs.

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General Election 2024 - Select Committees
Following the dissolution of Parliament on 30 May 2024, all select committees have ceased to exist.
30 May 2024
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Government response reveals no plans to publish new Hate Crime Strategy
Government responds to Home Affairs Committee report on Policing of protests
25 April 2024
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Chris Philp questioned on fire and rescue service culture
Home Affairs Committee hears from the Home Office Minister and senior leaders in the fire and rescue service
19 March 2024
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Home Affairs Committee Chair writes to Home Secretary on Police and Crime Commissioners
The Home Affairs Committee has written to the Home Secretary, Rt Hon James Cleverly MP, with key findings from its inquiry into Police and Crime Commissioners
14 March 2024
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Home Office Minister and church representatives questioned on the asylum system and conversion to Christianity
Committee examines the role that conversion to Christianity plays in granting asylum in the UK
8 March 2024
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Publication of correspondence: Letter to Home Secretary following David Neal session
Publication of correspondence: Letter to Home Secretary following David Neal session
29 February 2024
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Protests causing unsustainable pressure on policing resources – Home Affairs Committee warns
Home Affairs Committee publishes report on Policing of protests
27 February 2024
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Questions for Home Office on conditions at Bibby Stockholm
Home Affairs Committee publishes correspondence to the Minister for Illegal Migration
2 February 2024
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Government response: UK-Rwanda treaty
Government rejects Home Affairs Committee request to dedicate time in the House of Commons for Members to debate the Rwanda Treaty
26 January 2024
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Give the Commons time to debate UK-Rwanda Treaty, says Home Affairs Committee
Home Affairs Committee calls on the Government to allocate time to debate UK-Rwanda Treaty
12 January 2024
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Rwanda scheme: National Audit Office to produce factual report on plan’s costs
Correspondence: UK-Rwanda Migration and Economic Development Partnership
12 December 2023
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Home Office ministers questioned on Rwanda, Channel crossings and migration strategy
Home Office ministers questioned on Rwanda, Channel crossings and migration strategy
12 December 2023
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Rwanda scheme: Committee Chairs demand transparency on costs to taxpayer
Correspondence: UK-Rwanda Migration and Economic Development Partnership
8 December 2023
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House of Commons Committee launches public survey on fraud
The cross-party committee of MPs wants to find out more about the different types of fraud that people are experiencing in the UK
24 November 2023
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Hard-hitting measures to eradicate toxic police culture must come before wider change possible, Home Affairs Committee warns
Home Affairs Committee publishes report on Policing priorities
10 November 2023
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Home Affairs Committee announces follow-up work on Channel crossings and asylum system
The work will examine what progress has been made a year on from the publication of its report Channel crossings, migration and asylum-seeking routes through the EU
26 October 2023
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Home Affairs Committee launches inquiry into fraud
Fraud is the most common crime in England and Wales, accounting for 40% of all offences
14 September 2023
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Reform law and expand treatment options to tackle cost of drugs on society – Home Affairs Committee finds
Reform law and expand treatment options to tackle cost of drugs on society – Home Affairs Committee finds
31 August 2023
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Draft anti-terror bill focus on venue capacity fails to address real risk of terror attacks, Home Affairs Committee warns
Home Affairs Committee publishes report on the Pre-legislative scrutiny of the Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Draft Bill
27 July 2023
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Criminal justice response to human trafficking examined
Criminal justice response to human trafficking examined
3 July 2023
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