Public Accounts Committee questions Gareth Davies about his time as a board member when Haiti allegations emerged
IfG session also hears from Lord Robin Butler that internal competition has made managers “impotent” in planning their workforce.
Annual report flags hike in numbers but shows many ministries come up short
Union dubs move a "first step in the right direction to fairness and equality" .
Public appointments review author also praises training among civil service professions as "light years" ahead of his time
Fiona Spencer joins agency from the Home Office, where she was chief portfolio officer.
Cleaners, receptionists and security guards are demanding £11-a-year London living wage
Prime minister said she will listen to the result and is required to return to Parliament with a new plan by Monday night
IfG finds staff move on more rapidly in the UK than in other civil services and puts cost of churn at £74m a year
National statistician John Pullinger said he was looking for entries that are "innovatively and efficiently helping users make sense of the world".
MoD permanent secretary admits the contract has not been "anywhere near as successful as we’d like".
UK Supreme Court rejects request for NI attorney general for clarification on powers, saying they should be addressed in court case.