Request is a first in providing statutory cover for Brexit outlay ahead of EU-exit legislation clearing parliament
Entire ministerial team at the central Whitehall department changes as Theresa May completes...
Former planning and skills minister reflects on life in government and ‘too vague’ David Cameron
Think tank report on public inquiries finds lack of formal guidance, procedures and scrutiny measures
You can’t take the politics out of big projects, but strengthening the National Infrastructure Commission and building the evidence base will lead to wiser decisions
Infrastructure and Projects Authority says new team will be created to ensure costs and schedules of major schemes are achievable
NI Audit Office says government is not delivering value for money on its ageing and inefficient office estate
Two parliamentary reports highlight problems at Irish border and frustration at perceived Whitehall “power grab”
Government claims better use of location data produced by public bodies could grow the economy by £11bn a year
The plans announced in the 2017 Budget may help to tackle Britain’s housing shortage in the long term. But in the short term, the extension of Help to Buy and the abolition of stamp duty for first-time buyers is good politics but poor policy.
New commitments to move powers out of Westminster were the bright spots in a Budget speech that didn’t address some of the key challenges faced at the frontline of much public service delivery
Additional powers for the new Homes England among raft of housing policies announced in 2017 Budget
Chancellor Philip Hammond set to respond to Sir Michael Barber’s proposals in Wednesday’s Autumn Budget
Labour minister-turned-Greater Manchester mayor berates anachronistic policymaking processes