Institute for Government report says universal pay hike could exacerbate Tories’ political woes amid £10bn spending hole
Whitehall official warns accelerated timetable could mean 'minimum scrutiny for vital negotiation documents'
Brexit secretary insists criticism is wide of the mark and points to departmental overall staff balance approaching 50-50
Scotland’s Brexit minister has warned that ‘serious and significant’ changes to devolution plans needed
Damian Green said that governments will look to identifying policy areas that could be released to Holyrood following Brexit
Interview: Arts and Humanities Research Council chief Andrew Thompson on the impact of Brexit and importance of history in policymaking
As an academic specialising in modern empire, Andrew Thompson knows a lot about the trials and tribulations of large organisations. He also runs one. The chief executive of the Arts and Humanities Research Council tells Geoffrey Lyons about the council’s impending transformation and the importance of understanding the past to shape the future
Department has revealed advert for perm sec post received 111 applications
Supreme Court president Lord Neuberger said judges should not be blamed for lack of clarity over laws following EU exit
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
Feature: Outgoing civil service commissioners on how Brexit, pay restraint and diversity affect Whitehall
At the end of March, three members of the Civil Service Commission, which regulates recruitment and promotes the Civil Service Code, ended their five-year term in office. Kathryn Bishop, Wanda Goldwag and Angela Sarkis sat down with Civil Service World to reflect on their time in post and consider how Brexit, pay restraint and the drive to improve diversity will affect the civil service.
Chris Skidmore commits to place all new public bodies created following Brexit outside London