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Brexit is already transforming much more than the UK’s relationship with the EU. But amid the uncertainty and acrimony, can politicians, officials and voters seize the chance to make change for the better?
Philip Hammond heralded an end to austerity, but with growing pressures set to squeeze services further, his Budget can’t meet the public’s expectations
The government faces tough choices on spending, and it’s time it involved the public in that discussion
Parliament’s important role of policymaking is not well understood by all civil servants. As its work on Brexit increases, it is time to change that
It might not yet top the government’s priority list, but no one should underestimate the challenges of the next Spending Review
As Theresa May announces a £20bn investment in the NHS, Bronwen Maddox calls for better planning to avoid the cycles of crisis and emergency funding in health
Amber Rudd’s decision to resign comes as no surprise, but the full picture of accountability for Windrush is much more complex
Companies will fail, but that doesn’t mean we must abandon outsourcing entirely – it’s a matter of picking the right circumstances, says Bronwen Maddox