James Brokenshire

A radical cleric who poses a serious risk to the UK's national security was free to walk the streets today as talks continued
David Cameron and King Abdullah of Jordan are agreed on the "importance of finding an effective resolution" to the Abu Qatada
Home Office minister James Brokenshire will fly out to Jordan as part of the government's efforts to deport radical cleric
Three new regional 'hubs' have been created to help fight cyber crime in the Humber, Northwest and East Midlands areas, it
As I travel the globe talking about online child protection I have been delighted to be able to tell audiences about the exemplary response of the British mobile phone industry to some of the challenges of online child protection.
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The Government is setting out plans for a new push against organised crime, while cutting the costs
The 34,000 police jobs that will be lost due to police budget cuts by 2015 will set policing "by up to a decade", says a
More than 34,000 police jobs will be lost due to police budget cuts, inspectors have said in a report. Her Majesty's Inspectorate