A Brexit boom for the civil service? Former cabinet secretaries offer reasons for Whitehall to take heart
Cabinet secretaries hold the fort in times of crisis and have seen splits over Europe come and...
Chief executive also said workforce restructuring will help reset the relationship between government and private sector, and civil servants and politicians
IfG Whitehall Monitor also highlighted the impact that ministerial turnover is having in policy delivery, including Brexit
Appointment is one of a number of posts announced in a reshuffle of top roles in the Northern Ireland Civil Service
More and more governments are looking at the potential of universal basic income schemes, says Tom Graham. But there are many factors that need to be considered if any projects are to get off the drawing board and into people’s pockets
David Sterling tells MPs he finds it “unacceptable” that Northern Ireland has had no executive for a year
Perm sec Richard Heaton admitted to being “startled and stunned” by the over-ambitious scheme
PCS calls for pause in programme and more resources for HMRC as it plans for post-Brexit customs landscape
Cabinet secretary responds to Lord Lawson’s criticism that officials want to “frustrate the Brexit process”
The lack of clarity on the future working rights for civil servants from EU countries will not be resolved by good intentions, says Prospect’s Sue Ferns. Action is needed now
Former UN ambassador began work as department’s top official yesterday
Think tank has called on the government to undertake “thorough review of the public sector’s relationship with contractors” amid sector’s woes.
Government Communications Service director Alex Aiken says social media team will ‘reclaim a fact-based public debate’