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Carillion collapse: Cabinet Office sets out plans to maintain public services run by contractor

15 January 2018

David Lidington said it would not have been responsible for the government to bail out the firm that works on rail projects as well as managing prisons and providing school meals

Latest civil service & public affairs moves — January 15

15 January 2018

New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People

Councils shun ‘inadequate’ DfT electric-car charging fund

15 January 2018

Just five local authorities bid for cash from government infrastructure scheme designed to accelerate delivery of on-street power points

Civil servants warned to expect more parliamentary requests to see policy papers after Brexit reports row

12 January 2018

Select committee chair Frank Field told DWP that he could not guarantee the universal credit reports he has obtained will remain confidential 

Whitehall ban on plastic cutlery features in May's 25-year ‘green Brexit’ vision

11 January 2018

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs strategy includes Whitehall ban on “single use” plastic forks, straws and bottles