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Written Answers — Home Office: Hunting: Licensing (21 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: Over the last five years the Home Office has granted two project licences for research involving deer under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986. One licence was granted in 2014 and one was granted in 2016. No licences have been granted for research involving registered stag hunts over the same period.

Written Answers — Home Office: Cybercrime: North Korea (21 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The investigation into the WannaCry cyber attack is ongoing. The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) assesses it is highly likely that North Korean actors known as the Lazarus Group were behind the attack. The NCSC and the National Crime Agency are working with international law enforcement and industry partners to find those responsible and protect victims.

Written Answers — Home Office: Radicalism (21 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The Home Office invited the Local Authority Prevent Coordinator network, along with members of their communities, to attend the launch of the Making a Stand campaign, which the Home Secretary attended.

Written Answers — Home Office: Radicalism: Internet (20 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The Home Office supports civil society organisations to deliver activity locally as part of the Prevent strategy. Web Guardians, run by the JAN Trust, is one of the programmes that have been supported in this way. It aims to helps mothers use the internet and keep their children safe online from the risks of radicalisation.

Written Answers — Home Office: Hezbollah: Flags (20 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The Home Office does not hold records of complaints made to the police about the display of Hezbollah flags at the 2017 Al-Quds Day rally in London.

Written Answers — Home Office: Hezbollah (20 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The Government distinguishes between those parts of Hizbollah which are involved in Lebanese politics (and that maintains a social welfare network that encompasses education and health services) and those which are actively concerned in terrorism (and are responsible for the planning, coordination and execution of terrorist attacks). The activity an individual in Hizbollah is engaged in will...

Written Answers — Home Office: Internet: Fraud (20 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The Take Five to Stop Fraud campaign is designed to help encourage the public to protect themselves from fraud and scams, providing advice on specific protective behaviours including around phishing. The campaign was developed jointly by industry, Government experts and the Joint Fraud Taskforce. Take Five has partnered with a number of organisations including Neighbourhood Watch, National...

Written Answers — Home Office: Anti-corruption Champion (20 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: John Penrose MP was announced as the Prime Minister's new Anti-Corruption Champion on 11 December 2017.

Written Answers — Home Office: Antifa (20 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: We do not routinely comment on whether an organisation is or is not under consideration for proscription.

Written Answers — Home Office: Intelligence Services Commissioner (19 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: It is Government policy not to publish directions by the PM to the Intelligence Services Commissioner.

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Postal Services (19 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The department follows guidance issued by the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure for establishing secure postal monitoring services.

Written Answers — Home Office: Britain First (19 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: We have been clear that Britain First is an extremist organisation which seeks to divide communities through its use of hateful narratives which spread lies and stoke tensions. Where a group is viewed as posing a terrorist risk then we will take action to prosecute them. This is done on a case by case basis.

Written Answers — Home Office: Hezbollah (19 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The Government distinguishes between those parts of Hizbollah which are involved in Lebanese politics (and that maintains a social welfare network that encompasses education and health services) and those which are actively concerned in terrorism (and are responsible for the planning, coordination and execution of terrorist attacks). The activity an individual in Hizbollah is engaged in will...

Written Answers — Home Office: Fraud: Finance (8 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The 2017/18 budget for Cyber Aware is £3.3 million. The 2017/18 budget for Take Five is £3.1 million. The other campaigns are not run by the Home Office.

Written Answers — Home Office: Radicalism (8 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: Through the Research Information and Communications Unit, the Home Office works in partnership with a range of civil society organisations to counter a range of public safety issues, including counter-terrorism, counter-extremism, and serious and organised crime. We provide access to communications professionals and industry experts, including Breakthrough Media. This support was provided to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Animals in Science Regulation Unit (8 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The Home Office intends to publish the Animals in Science Regulation Unit’s Annual Report for 2016 shortly.

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (7 Feb 2018)

Human Rights: Freedom of Speech in Universities. 3:15 pm; Other
Witnesses: Rt Hon Ben Wallace MP, Minister of State for Security and Economic Crime, Home Office Mr Sam Gyimah MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation Mr Jacob Rees-Mogg MP Joanne Midgley, Pro Vice-Chancellor Student Experience, University of the West England, Bristol Jonathan Wallcroft, Vice President, Politics and International Relations Society, University of the West...

Written Answers — Home Office: Drugs: Smuggling (6 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The UK enjoys close and longstanding cooperation with the USA and Canada in tackling transatlantic drug crime. Joint work involves regular and timely exchange of operational intelligence, enabling the disruption of drug trafficking via air and sea routes across the Atlantic.

Written Answers — Home Office: Drugs: Smuggling (6 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The 2013 Home Office report, the Cost of Drugs, estimates that Organised Crime Groups generated £3.7bn in revenue from the illegal drugs market in the UK. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm ent_data/file/246390/horr73.pdf However, it is not possible to provide accurate figures on the profit made from the UK illegal drugs market. This is due to an absence of...

Written Answers — Home Office: Hezbollah (6 Feb 2018)

Ben Wallace: The UK proscription regime distinguishes between the political and military wings of Hizballah. The UK proscribed Hizballah’s External Security Organisation in March 2001 and in 2008 the proscription was extended to Hizballah’s military apparatus.


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