No.10 accused of using special advisers to circumvent civil service recruitment rules as job website launches
FDA union says divorcing spads from ministers means the role essentially becomes a policy...
Robin Butler suggested impressionist could trick chancellor into revealing budget details amid wave of spoof calls, former Channel 4 boss recalls
Would-be applicants warned 'if you play office politics, you will be discovered and immediately binned'
Unit set to be formed in the Cabinet Office following DExEU abolition
Revised spending assessment rules intended to improve economic growth
Union says proposals show "a lack of understanding of the modern realities of the civil service"
More than 1,000 people, including civil service chief executive John Manzoni, top health experts, scientists and senior government advisers, have had their addresses made public
Civil service chief executive John Manzoni and Treasury solicitor Jonathan Jones also among those receiving awards
More power should be held by the prime minister’s office, says think tank in a paper influenced by Dominic Cummings
Number of SpAds passes 100 under Boris Johnson
Morse’s recommendation to cut ten years from controversial claw-back window accepted by the Treasury
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Ben Wallace warns military top brass that procurement reform is on the way and blasts ‘almost criminal’ New Labour deals