International Affairs & Security
Position paper outlines solutions to ensure 'frictionless' trade but critics say it's too 'light on detail'
Many British civil servants who worked in India leading up to the 1947 partition 'wrestled with a sapped sense of humanity', writes Colin Alexander
Whitehall official warns accelerated timetable could mean 'minimum scrutiny for vital negotiation documents'
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
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
George Bridges reflects on the life of his uncle, who was son of Second World War-era cabinet secretary Edward Bridges
Paul Lincoln to lead immigration and customs-control body from September
Crawford Falconer to advise on post-Brexit deals and lead development of trade profession across the civil service
Veteran negotiator Jonathan Powell has had a hand in some of the most important deals in the UK’s recent history. He offers some Brexit wisdom to John Ashmore