The home secretary's plan to punish cop-killers suggests some lives matter more than others.
Those convicted of murdering police officers should go to jail for the rest of their life, the home secretary said today.
The home secretary will face her biggest public challenge of the year tomorrow when she attends the annual Police Federation conference in Bournemouth, where she is regularly greeted with heckles and boos.
The Home Office is increasing its stranglehold on immigration. It is not going to fix any problems, and could end up making them worse.
Fears that Britain could turn into a "safe haven" for foreign criminals have intensified after peers spoke out against the government's plans to opt out of EU police and criminal justice measures.
Theresa May was never going to beat Abu Qatada - but government lawyers have an unparalleled inability to accept defeat.
Theresa May instigated a major overhaul of Britain's immigration system today as she split the UK Border Agency (UKBA) in two.
Flurries of leadership speculation briefly surfaced in prime minister's questions this lunchtime, as Ed Miliband confronted the Commons with the prospect of Theresa May taking him on over the despatch boxes after the next general election.
Our pro-family government is forcing children to be raised without their parents.
The American government is "open" to talks about Britain's extradition arrangements with the US, a top official has said.
Theresa May faced a serious blow to her authority today, when a semi-secret court accepted Abu Qatada's arguments against his deportation to Jordan.
The government was under pressure to establish one over-arching inquiry into child abuse today, after Theresa May unveiled details of the five ongoing investigations into the issue.
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Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt's attempt to open up more Chinese visas and boost tourism has been blocked by Theresa May on national security grounds, it has emerged.
The risk-based assessments of border security which nearly lost Theresa May her job should be reintroduced, an influential committee of MPs said today.
Theresa May has insisted she is 'getting a grip' on the Olympic security row after being told it is "incomprehensible" she was unaware of problems at G4S before last week.
Thousands more soldiers than originally planned are being drafted into Olympic security arrangements after the private firm responsible was forced to request help.
The powerful home affairs committee rubber stamped Theresa May's controversial decision to appoint Tom Winsor the chief inspector of police earlier today.
The man chosen by the home secretary to scrutinise the police force has promised he will stand up to her while doing his new job.
Constables don’t agree with the appointment of Tom Windsor, but we have to be prepared to work with him.
The government is committed to implementing its controversial communications data bill, home secretary Theresa May has said.
Those forcing others into marriage may soon face jail time, Theresa May is expected to announce today.
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Theresa May faced outright hostility when she spoke at the Police Federation today, in what became a bruising encounter for the home secretary.
The police are being disrespected and the public are being put at risk. It's time for the government to do one of its U-turns.