BBC News

Dominic Casciani

Dominic is the BBC's home affairs correspondent and focuses on stories relating to law, order, society and belonging - including immigration, ethnicity, the rule of law and terrorism. He joined the BBC in 1998 and was a pioneer of live online reporting. Dominic is married with two children. His unspellable surname is Italian. When not undertaking family or work duties, you'll find him cycling up and down hills dreaming of Tour de France greatness.
  • Harrods mega-spender loses Supreme Court challenge

    Zamira Hajiyeva
  • Rainsbrook Secure Training Centre
  • Man using computer keyboard
  • The headquarters of MI6 (The Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) at Vauxhall Cross, London
  • Firemen in action at the site of a huge bomb explosion that shook a bank building and US embassy in central Nairobi, Kenya, 07 August 1998
  • Europol headquarters in The Hague
  • HN-329 his boss, Conrad Dixon, and another officer
  • Banner outside High Court