"Ministers have known about these issues for a very long time but have chosen not to act.
"We believe they have acted recklessly and irresponsibly in cutting so many jobs and, in the case of the UK Border Agency, they have simply tried to paper over the cracks by deploying severely undertrained staff at our borders.
"If these issues are not resolved, they threaten to seriously undermine the Home Office's ability to provide vital public services, and we cannot sit back and allow that to happen."
Home Office job adverts would appear to show that unions 'won' the dispute, but Damian Green denies there are any new jobs.
The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) has cancelled plans to strike tomorrow - the day before the Olympic Opening Ceremony.
The Government is considering court action to prevent a planned strike by Border Agency staff on the eve of the Olympics.