Border systems ‘unlikely’ to be ready for Brexit by 2019, Westminster’s Public Accounts Committee finds
12 December 2017
MPs have flagged up Whitehall’s poor record at delivering critical border programmes
8 December 2017
Three Conservative politicians have been reminded of their data protection obligations after...
EU ruling against 'snooper's charter' could leave Britain at risk of terror attacks, says for MI5 chief
22 December 2016
Former head of MI5 Lord Evans said the ruling against bulk data collection could hamper security...
16 December 2016
Chief executive of the National Cyber Security Centre Ciaran Martin said the incident may have...
8 December 2016
Fewer than five per cent of public sector domains have adopted secure standards for email
1 December 2016
SNP motion calling for probe into whether Tony Blair misled the Commons comprehensively defeated by...
30 November 2016
Call for parliamentary probe into Tony Blair's statements over the Iraq war to be debated today
4 November 2016
The internet of things has brought new threats and market forces and government intervention has...
4 November 2016
Clyde naval deal welcomed by politicians on both sides of the constitutional divide
5 October 2016
An emphasis on localism is top of the agenda in Police Scotland's new list of priorities.
3 October 2016
Countries in receipt of British aid could face the threat of cuts if they fail to improve their...
27 September 2016
Shadow Defence Secretary Clive Lewis reportedly angry after his speech to Labour...
23 September 2016
The intelligence agency is reported be looking for 1,000 more staff in response to changes in...
14 September 2016
Government considering return to blue passports, minister says