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12 April 2018

The civil service has made progress in the way it shares and uses data, but a recent round table concluded that officials must make sure they don’t lose momentum as they try to realise the full...

29 March 2018

The government’s Inclusive Economy Unit was set up less than two years ago to deliver social impact by collaborating across sectors. Tom Le Quesne, the unit’s head, tells Geoffrey Lyons about how...

27 March 2018

As the Equality and Human Rights Commission marks its 10th anniversary, it is running a series of events to ask: how fair is Britain? Tamsin Rutter reports on a round table bringing together...

21 March 2018

Kate McGavin and Helen Williams, deputy directors from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, are part-time, ambitious, and happy to share – both their job, and their wisdom on...

20 March 2018

What do new technologies mean for border security in the UK? A recent CSW round table brought together academics and senior officials to explore the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead....

19 March 2018

Jon Thompson has brought openness to change and challenges to the post of HMRC chief executive. The one-time apprentice tells Richard Johnstone how he’s still learning as the head of one...

14 March 2018

Cabinet Office has moved to win support from devolved governments for the EU Withdrawal Bill, but it may not be enough to repair trust

7 March 2018

As the UK celebrates the 11th annual National Apprenticeship Week, young staff explain what it’s like to work in one of Whitehall’s newest departments

7 March 2018

Julie Taylor is committed to the civil service’s apprenticeship strategy and tells us more about its ambition and success

6 March 2018

Is truth scarcer than it used to be? Claire Foster-Gilbert, director of the Westminster Abbey Institute, sits down with Geoffrey Lyons to discuss the idea of truth, the Abbey’s role in politics,...