Spending Review: Home Office agrees cuts with Osborne
The Home Office and five other departments are the latest to reach a deal with George Osborne over spending cuts, the government has confirmed.
About half of all departments have now agreed to cuts of between 8% and 10% to help tackle the deficit.
That amounts to £3.6bn - nearly a third of the way towards the £11.5bn target.
The BBC's Vicki Young said some of the biggest spenders, including the Ministry of Defence, are still in talks with the Treasury.