Skills & Education
Ministers have been urged to drive more cash into the education system as a leading think tank warned of “significant winners and losers” over reforms to the schools funding formula.
Implementing Theresa May’s flagship plan must become a Brexit priority, says report
Think tank says civil service cuts may be tailing off ahead of Brexit talks
Pact pledges “appropriate” pay for new starters and protects salaries of existing staff members who retrain under apprenticeship proposals
Alexandra Jones set to leave Centre for Cities to take up new role
Foreign Affairs Committee says UK should stick to its guns on Russia sanctions – but warns that decline in expertise at the FCO "must be reversed"
A new blind recruitment system being trialled in some parts of the civil service could be rolled out right across the organisation if its pilots prove successful, CSW has been told.
Budget 2017: Treasury urged to avert "disastrous" public service failures – as departments asked to model latest cuts
IfG and CIPFA data reveals growing pressure on key public services, as the Treasury asks departments to crack on with pre-announced £3.5bn in efficiency savings by 2019/20
Education department comes in for criticism as audit office report flags increasing free school costs as old buildings fall into disrepair
Department seeks Office for Disability Issues chief and deputy director for Disability Employment Strategy Directorate
Most of the challenges the Workforce Plan purports to tackle are ones that Whitehall has bumped up against for decades. Perhaps it's time to start interrogating the civil service's Victorian structures – rather than simply adding layers of reform on top, argues Andrew Greenway
Whitehall & Industry Group accolade lauds “exemplary leadership” driven by cross-sector learning