Civil Service World brought together a panel of data experts from across the civil service to look at ways of increasing public safety through the better use of data. Mark Rowe reports
Former immigration enforcement chief describes scale of Brexit challenge as chancellor...
Heywood asked to investigate claim Boris Johnson breached ministerial code over FCO think tank launch
Launch of free trade think tank in the Foreign Office showed "astonishing lack of judgement in...
The prime minister has promised a bill to repatriate EU law to the UK. But, writes George Peretz QC of Monckton Chambers, there is a serious risk that swathes of legislation, drafted in a hurry by overworked civil servants, will be waived through without proper parliamentary scrutiny
Independent advisers to the government say law on misconduct in public office is "unclear" and "ambiguous"
Defence of officials comes after pro-Brexit MP Steve Baker calls for a new law to make it easier to sack Europhile civil servants
Report on electoral fraud recommends giving Whitehall oversight for the performance management of councils' electoral services
Home Office permanent secretary Mark Sedwill is under pressure to take action and deliver better returns on the use of confiscation orders
Law firm Mishcon de Reya says it would be unlawful for a prime minister to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty without a full debate and vote in parliament.
National Audit Office review of government’s bid to cut regulation cost highlights need for better understanding of social impact, and more evaluation of regulatory decisions once implemented
Special report: With just days to go until the EU referendum, civil servants will soon have more on their plates – whichever way the nation votes. Colin Marrs speaks to former senior officials and top civil service experts about the challenges a Brexit decision would pose for Whitehall, and why the alternative won’t necessarily mean "business as usual"
MPs warn key details on new Equality and Human Rights Commission chairman "were not forthcoming" as they weighed up conflict of interest concerns
Home Office chief points out that enforcement rate for confiscation orders is increasing, even as overall debt pile grows, while Derbyshire police chief Mick Creedon points the finger at legacy of “inflated” targets
Theresa May writes to the Home Affairs Committee chair over Border Force budget, after MPs order second permanent secretary Olly Robbins to face a second evidence session
Civil service EU referendum rules give too much power to "unaccountable and unelected" officials, says Andrew Tyrie
Chairman of the cross-party Liaison Committee writes to David Cameron to say he believes referendum rules for civil servants take too much power from pro-Brexit ministers