Nobel prizewinners say no-deal Brexit will damage UK science despite Johnson pledge
Union dubs department tasked with enforcing National Living Wage ‘morally bankrupt’ for treatment of staff
Jeremy Corbyn says departure would contravene principle that government doesn’t implement policies in an election period where the opposition has a different view
Treasury announcement shows departments could be expected to make further cuts
A combination of Brexit and the Conservative leadership campaign has all but officially postponed the 2019 Spending Review. Beckie Smith and Richard Johnstone look at what impact the delay will have, and whether there are opportunities to be grasped in the extra time
Union says it has secured a pledge from Cabinet Office and demands funding rethink following Boris Johnson’s spending pledges
Figures from Prospect trade union come as government plans review of pension tax rules for public sector after NHS reforms
Unions say tax treatment of pension contributions is leading civil servants "to incur significant tax burdens simply by saving for the future"
Experts say hospitals had already earned £1bn of cash announced by Boris Johnson by making spending cuts
Director general posts announced in January in shake-up after challenging year for HMPPS
Prime minister's spokesperson insists ‘the UK will be leaving the EU on October 31 whatever the circumstances’
The Right to Rent scheme has been beset by criticism and fears that it could stoke discrimination since before its rollout in 2016, culminating in a damning High Court judgement this year. All the while the Home Office has said a panel of experts has helped to implement and monitor the scheme – but a long hiatus, ignored warnings and a lack of transparency have raised questions.