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How has local government reacted to the Covid-19 pandemic? Colin Talbot speaks to Donna Hall, honourary professor at University of Manchester and former local government chief executive, about the response across across England
Prof Geoff Mulgan, former head of Tony Blair's Strategy Unit, talks to Colin Talbot about how the UK government put in place risk and resilience systems in the early 2000s – and what has gone wrong since. And how governments can improve things for the future.
How have Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland reacted to the Covid-19 pandemic? Colin Talbot speaks to Prof Leighton Andrews (Wales), Prof Nicola McEwen (Scotland) and Quinton Oliver (NI) to find out, and discuss how relationships between London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast are working
The prime minister's letter will be sent to 30 million households, Number 10 said. Read it in full here
Departments across government have held a series of events to mark International Women’s Day. CSW speaks to civil service gender champion and Department for International Trade permanent secretary Antonia Romeo, and champions in two departments, about the work they are doing to drive equality
To mark this year’s annual Security & Policing conference, CSW interviews experts including the National Crime Agency’s Lynne Owens and the Joint Security and Resilience Centre’s Angela Essel, and takes an in-depth look at issues such as knife crime and the relationship between UK security firms and the Department for International Trade
Here is Sir Philip Rutnam's full statement announcing his resignation as permanent secretary at the Home Office
Policy experts explore the government’s priorities for 2020 and what they mean for officials
As 2020 approaches, senior figures from across government reflect on their highlights and challenges of 2019, look ahead to the next 12 months and share their favourite festive memories
What progress is the civil service making on diversity?
Senior figures from across government reflect on their highlights and challenges of 2019, look ahead to the next 12 months and share their favourite festive memories