Analysis & Opinion
The scale, constraints and pressure of Brexit have very few comparators – and the clock is ticking. Is it any wonder that the complexity of trying to deliver it is keeping civil servants up at night?
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It’s too early to say if shared services are coming of age or another false dawn. But I’d probably keep the champagne in the fridge for now
A project aimed at measuring the legitimacy of government revealed some lessons for politicians and civil servants alike. Suzannah Brecknell considers how to improve the connection between the governing and governed
Civil servants have a vital role in government so they must be honest enough to face up to their own fears and failings, says Claire Foster Gilbert
Whitehall accountability is focused on blame and governed by convention – but improvements are possible
How far are the massive changes brought on by Brexit accelerating the reversal of 1990s decentralisation, and will they usher in a more centralised machinery of government in the long term?
Following Jonathan Slater's "call to arms" on civil service integrity, the IfG's Daniel Thornton explains how to improve and what to avoid
The Treasury solicitor from 2006 to 2014 died on Monday 26 February. His successor at the Government Legal Department and the former cabinet secretary pay tribute to this exemplary civil servant and friend
The UK Statistics Authority has updated its framework to ensure all public servants behave with integrity when handling data
Officials continue to serve the public interest despite DExEU’s Mr Lover Lover and a dodgy double act in the Commons
The creation of the Department for International Trade as a new department has allowed us to look afresh at how to put inclusion at the heart of our work
Jeremy Richardson explains how the British policy-making style has been steadily shifting away from governance and towards government, and why Brexit should usher in a return to the former
Parliament’s senior learning projects officer Claire Bogue describes the work behind a recently launched Massive Open Online Course on select committees