Home Office pledges tech discussions after it is revealed Brexit app for EU citizens won’t work on iPhone
Government officials reported to have suggested that those applying for the right to remain in...
Security fears raised after civil servant working with housing minister Dominic Raab revealed to post on "sugar daddy dating site"
Auditor general tells MPs government does not have capacity “to do anything but outsource” services across a host of areas
Treasury Committee chair seeks assurances on tax agency’s “approach to international cooperation in the fight against economic crime”
Department points to £185m extra Brexit funding after PAC criticises its lack of preparation
Scottish first minister refuses to accept latest deal on EU Withdrawal Bill despite support from Welsh Government
Permanent secretary Tom Scholar outlines tests done by department to ensure financial settlement figure is robust
As seven years of public sector pay restraint come slowly – and unevenly – to an end, Suzannah Brecknell meets the Office for Manpower Economics, the team helping pay review bodies and departments navigate new terrain
Cabinet secretary praises work of Open Innovation Team in helping open up policymaking to universities
Report criticises system that allows ministers and officials to blame each other for mistakes
Shadow chancellor proposes independent board to oversee tax authority which he said could improve decision-making
MPs criticise department for not knowing where to spend £7bn pump-priming cashpot
It is easy for politicians to blame immigration officers and other civil servants tasked with implementing immigration rules and regulations. But to do so unfairly distracts from the all but inevitable outcome of reducing the number of staff properly employed and trained to enforce immigration law