One of the leading figures in a civil service reform drive has set out details of how to create more empathetic policy making across government
Home Office told to change policy on asylum decisions after High Court ruling on trafficking victims
Department had said reason for policy included that it required less work for officials
"The private office provides continuity through changes of minister": the paper tells politicians to lean on staff
Civil servants working up merger plans, reports say
Department reveals it has almost 1,800 PCs still running on ageing operating system
Document latest in series of leaks that flag concerns over next steps for Boris Johnson’s plan
Brexit envoy said civil servants are asked to deliver messages that are “neither fully honest nor politically impartial”
Shadow chancellor also confirms plan to hold February budget “to end austerity in social security and public services”
Immigration policymaking to move to "departments that aren’t infected by the Home Office’s toxic culture"
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
NICS chief says he is "proud" of how civil servants have handled “significant pressure” of working without ministers
Further-education plans also come under scrutiny as Labour promises not to be a “top-down micromanager from Whitehall”.
Plans to support entrepreneurs "from the moment the seed of an idea is planted" also include apprenticeship levy revamp
Biggest civil service union targets Marsham Street after £3m DWP payout