Geoffrey Lyons reviews two books on debt by men who had key roles following the financial crisis
Geoffrey Lyons reviews two books on debt by men who had key roles following the financial crisis...
Civil service race champion said it could take 10 years for progress on racial diversity to...
Shadow health secretary said Cabinet Office and Treasury would work together to review contracts
Proposal published today will cut maximum redundancy entitlement to 15 months’ salary – PCS union chief says “rushed” consultation shows that government has not learnt from court defeat
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said Labour is working on policy implementation plans that could be handed to civil servants
Lord Bridges said there’s no time to focus on anything but Brexit-related priorities
Interview: DWP's Kit Collingwood-Richardson on One Team Government and bridging Whitehall's digital divide
The One Team Government movement has big ambitions to reform how Whitehall works by getting different professions and departments to work better together. PublicTechnology meets its co-founder Kit Collingwood-Richardson to find out more
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
A reform plan for national statistics is intended to improve the evidence available to policymakers. Iain Bell, the deputy national statistician for population and public policy statistics at the UK Statistics Authority, sets out how civil servants can help make this a reality.
Theresa May set to give speech today setting out the government’s offer in the next stage of negotiations
With Brexit negotiations in full swing, the editors of Civil Service World, PoliticsHome, the Parliament Magazine, Holyrood Magazine, Public Affairs News, Total Politics, and The House have joined forces to discuss the latest political thinking from London, Brussels and Edinburgh.
Wireless internet service passes beta assessment and is now available in more than 100 locations across the UK
Head of the Government Equalities Office tells Women into Leadership conference that at current rate of tackling gender pay gap will not reach parity until 2050
Inclusive growth is the latest policy buzzword, and the government even has its own Inclusive Economy Unit. But what does it mean? Thomas Graham explains