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...
Leader of the house claims government policy on the pay cap has already been “thoroughly covered” after Labour tables opposition-day motion
Agency says small firms make up two-thirds of businesses on £330m framework to supply Government Hubs Programme
Move part of scoping exercise for post-Brexit trading arrangements, MPs told
Amber Rudd responds to call from statistics chief to follow ONS in scrapping system that allows select people to preview official figures
Government has also boosted external recruitment into the civil service, with 38% jobs going to outside candidates
As the judge-led public inquiry opens on the three-month anniversary of the fire, legal experts call for a “repository of expertise” to build on lessons of past inquiries
ONS statistics also show staff numbers across the civil service have grown for the second quarter in a row
Cabinet secretary describes speech by former minister as an "inaccurate portrayal" of civil service, while chief executive says Whitehall is "deepening and accelerating" reforms
The recently merged department lacks strategic coherence and authentic leaders – civil servants won't take it any more
Prison Officers Association rejects pay boost, as more public sector trade unions moot industrial action
Cabinet Office perm sec says civil service must work more collaboratively to make digital transformation a reality
The business department is seeking a private consultant to investigate retention problems