Government says it's "not the case" that it takes outsourcers at their word when they say they're providing high-quality accommodation
Academic dismissed as housing adviser after making remarks about "Soros empire"
MPs say department has overseen seriously unacceptable practice in almost every area of the deportation system
Government evaluation finds every £1 spent on the programme delivers £2.28 in economic benefits, with largest benefits for children at serious risk
Policies that address health inequalities and better investment in housing among What Works Centre's proposals
Watchdog says department needs to up its game to hit Theresa May's 300,000 new-homes-a-year target
Committee raises alarm over loss of European Investment Bank funding stream
Public Accounts Committee questions Gareth Davies about his time as a board member when Haiti allegations emerged
The department's top scientist, who will advise on fire safety post-Grenfell, must have an engineering background, government CSA Patrick Vallance said.
Chief exec of UK Statistics Authority will retire from role in June 2019
Machinery of government change will see nomadic brief shift to Cabinet Office from April
Brokenshire also lauds 2.2% hike in numbers of new homes