HMPPS is "emerging from several challenging years", says MoJ permanent secretary Richard Heaton
Unions cry foul over delay to pensions boost but Truss says Court of Appeal decision could have £4bn annual impact
Department for Work and Pensions insists “zero tolerance” policy is rigorously enforced
Liam Fox targets South Korea, Canada, Israel and Colombia counterparts at Davos as Brexit clock ticks
Move aims to help managers and applicants understand range of opportunities
Welsh HQ will house more than 1,700 staff at site between Cardiff and Pontypridd
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" .
HMRC grabs 2018 top spot, but new civil service-wide benchmark reveals unexpected findings
Jonathan Slater urges staff to put themselves forward for “vital” roles
Whitehall’s biggest union asks members for views on “cost of living” pay demand for 2019
Only the Scottish Government has said it will pay civil servants' application costs.