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Home Office

The Home Office was a department of the British government responsible for security and order within the United Kingdom and led by the Home Secretary. (PROSE: The Dying Days)

In 1888, Sir Charles Warren of the Metropolitan Police Service wanted to offer a reward for information in the Jack the Ripper case but was blocked by the Home Office. (COMIC: Ripper's Curse)

John Frobisher was the Permanent Secretary to the Home Office until his death in 2009. Under him was senior Home Office official Bridget Spears. After Frobisher's death, Spears used the Home Office files to compile evidence against Brian Green, the Prime Minister. These files were extensive and even included data on the Torchwood Institute, including the Torchwood Charter. (TV: Children of Earth: Day Three, Children of Earth: Day Five)

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