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...
Prison performance will be subject to greater transparency, David Cameron set to say, while governors will be handed greater control over the education of inmates
Minister says longstanding errors with online documents could have affected 2,200 divorce settlements
Europe, devolution and civil liberties: Rowena Collins Rice on what 2016 will bring for the Attorney General's Office
With the end of 2015 in sight, we asked Whitehall's top officials to review the year, set out their priorities for 2016 – and shed some light on their festive plans. Rowena Collins Rice, director-general of the Attorney General’s Office (AGO), takes part in our biggest-ever perm secs' round-up series...
With the end of 2015 in sight, we asked Whitehall's top officials to review the year, set out their priorities for 2016 – and shed some light on their festive plans. Alison Saunders, director of public prosecutions, takes part in our biggest-ever perm secs round-up series...
Former head of the civil service says "public will draw their own conclusions" about any attempt to curb the transparency law
Treasury solicitor Jonathan Jones: "2015 saw us become a better, more joined-up and efficient legal service"
With the end of 2015 in sight, we asked Whitehall's top officials to review the year, set out their priorities for 2016 – and shed some light on their festive plans. Jonathan Jones, HM Procurator General, Treasury Solicitor and Head of the Government Legal Service, takes part in our biggest-ever perm secs round-up series...
Gardner will be the first woman to take on the role overseeing government legislation
Economic Affairs Committee warns that Scotland Bill is progressing with “undue haste''
Police and Crime Commissioners write to ministers over new funding formula – but Home Office says changes will improve "complex, opaque and out of date" system
Special report: Extensive cross-government survey finds broad range of views on the FOI act – with calls for more central support in dealing with requests and just over 50% of officials in favour of introducing charges
Senior Tory backbencher joins former Treasury solicitor Sir Paul Jenkins in questioning removal of reference to international law
Analysis: What does the tax credits defeat in the House of Lords mean for the government's legislative programme – and are civil servants ready for the fallout?