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Talks have been ongoing for a month as part of efforts to find a way to pass withdrawal agreement reached with European Union
Home Office apologises for second data breach to come to light this week
Academic dismissed as housing adviser after making remarks about "Soros empire"
Shadow Cabinet Office minister joins transparency call, saying openness must be at heart of government in times of great upheaval
Analysis finds Theresa May's proposal would have lowest economic impact
Foreign secretary also reveals plan to hire 1,000 new diplomats to boost Foreign Office capability and boost to the number of language courses
Former FCO perm sec Ricketts says government must review how it handled the build up to Salzburg summit
Some 112 staff are on more than £150,000 while 15 take home more than £251,000
The stories you may have missed as the government released a host of statements on the last day before summer recess
Analysis finds that the department has more than double the proportion of graduate fast streamers than elsewhere in Whitehall
MPs call on department to end hostile environment policies, not just rebrand them
Sir Simon Fraser says that the lack of an agreed government position on the future relationship with the EU left the UK unable to conduct a negotiation effectively
Liz Truss to say that she believes there is still greater efficiencies to be made in existing government spending despite budget constraint since 2010
Tax authority set to be questioned by select committee after investigations reveal political donations were included in background note for telecoms giant Lycamobile
Home Office insists that decision was taken by then UK Border Agency and did not provide any reliable evidence relating to residence claims
Home secretary Amber Rudd announced that UK cyber defences will be tested in major security war game
Home secretary to publish serious violence strategy, including early intervention programme, amid spike in homicides
Commons committee calls for clarification on rules and processes that will allow frictionless border arrangements to continue
Perm sec Matthew Rycroft announces conclusion of internal review into allegations against department staff
Data shows scale of challenge to remove single use plastics from across Whitehall
Chief whip moved to MoD after Fallon says his conduct had ‘fallen below the high standards that we require of the armed forces’
Prime minister denies claim she refused to use 'inconvenient' reports while home secretary
Document states that employers would be encouraged to recruit “resident labour" over immigrants
Supreme Court president Lord Neuberger said judges should not be blamed for lack of clarity over laws following EU exit
Sir Amyas Morse goes public with concerns over government's 'uncoordinated' response to leaving the European Union
Government confirms plan for two-year parliamentary session to implement Brexit legislation
Talks scheduled to start on 19 June could be delayed if government changes
Public Accounts Committee says Better Care Fund failed to meet goals
Announcement comes as Labour announces Jeremy Corbyn has held talks with Sir Jeremy Heywood
Cash to help pensioners pay their fuel bills should be diverted to prop up the “shambolic” social care system, a government advisor has said.
New Office for Health and Care Sustainability should also be created to identify funding pressures across both sectors
Britain must negotiate its divorce from the EU before talks can start on any future relationship, Donald Tusk said today in a major blow for Theresa May.
Former Foreign Office permanent secretary attacks Theresa May's "rushed" invitation to the new US president
Consultancy firm reportedly offers to “put this matter behind us” after coming under fire from Downing Street over memo on exiting the European Union
Analysis by The Times finds fees paid to consultancy companies by the Department for International Development have risen sharply in the past year
New strategy unveiled by the chancellor to be broken up into three strands – "defence, deter and develop"