Many British civil servants who worked in India leading up to the 1947 partition 'wrestled with a sapped sense of humanity', writes Colin Alexander
Many British civil servants who worked in India leading up to the 1947 partition 'wrestled with...
Scotland’s Brexit minister has warned that ‘serious and significant’ changes to devolution plans needed
Department has revealed advert for perm sec post received 111 applications
Comments come amid reports the government could be prepared to pay £36bn Brexit divorce bill to settle its financial commitments to the EU
Department begins recruiting for post-Brexit arm’s length body
Figures revealed in parliamentary answer show the cost of recruiting trade experts to the department since its creation June 2016
Family-focused pilot scheme will allow staff to return to the UK every weekend
Cabinet minister highlights government's 'growing consensus' on Brexit transition period
Policies without adequate funds for implementation are little more than hot air, says the FDA general secretary
Hugh Ind has interim appointment made permanent
Warning as Brexit pressures massively increase scale and complexity of £157m plan to replace "ageing technology"
Sir Amyas Morse goes public with concerns over government's 'uncoordinated' response to leaving the European Union
George Bridges reflects on the life of his uncle, who was son of Second World War-era cabinet secretary Edward Bridges