home affairs select committee

Home secretary blames the 197 confirmed cases on people "not following the rules".
Home Office warned by MPs over "very leaky" system designed to prevent new Covid cases being imported.
Commons home affairs committee slams "inexplicable" decision to lift self-isolation guidance ten days before nationwide lockdown.
Without action "we will be dealing with serious consequences for a generation", Commons home affairs committee says.
The home secretary has been absent from No.10 coronavirus briefings.
Senior executives from Facebook, YouTube and Twitter appeared before the Home Affairs Committee to give evidence on their efforts to combat the posting of terrorist and hate crime material online. Facebook Public Policy Director, Neil Potts, admitted that there may still be videos of the Christchurch mosque attack on their platform.
"If, after 20 years, we’re still talking about this – it shows that things have not moved on that much."
"This is fundamentally about providing safe accommodation to individuals fleeing desperate circumstances."
MPs say the reforms make it harder for victims to leave perpetrators.