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Government set to target detailed trade arrangements with the European Union ahead of next March’s exit dates
National Cyber Security Centre issues guidance on boosting security amid risk of blackout and data theft from Russian attacks
Prime minister says that parties must “find a way to work together” so politicians can retake power from civil servants
Report highlights the need for system to be in place before the UK leaves the European Union in May 2019
Unpaid bill leads to limit on chancellor’s use of RAF jets, according to reports
Report suggests Chancellor Philip Hammond is not planning to offer cash to fund a pay rise
Public sector areas with retention issues, such as senior civil servants, expected to be among first to get a pay rise
Comments come amid reports the government could be prepared to pay £36bn Brexit divorce bill to settle its financial commitments to the EU
Amber Rudd asks Migration Advisory Council to assess economic impact of a fall in the number of workers coming to the UK
Cabinet minister highlights government's 'growing consensus' on Brexit transition period
New group will help “put in place the foundations” for recovery, says communities secretary
Veteran negotiator Jonathan Powell has had a hand in some of the most important deals in the UK’s recent history. He offers some Brexit wisdom to John Ashmore
PM says she will ‘be around’ for entire Brexit process if the Conservatives in the election
Almost one in three headteachers are using their Pupil Premium funding to plug gaps in their school’s budget, research has revealed.
Chancellor will not use improved growth forecasts to borrow more money, it is reported
Ministers brace for parliamentary "ping pong" as peers scrutinise Brexit bill
Parliament must be given a say on "hugely complex task", says the Exiting the European Union Committee
Downing Street source says "the world has changed" since peers inflicted government defeat on tax credit cuts
Downing Street sources cool on Boris Johnson and Liam Fox's tussle over departmental responsibility
Adviser appointments to be vetted by new prime minister's May’s joint chiefs of staff, Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy
Education committee says Amanda Spielman "responses on child protection were particularly troubling"
Department points out that shift to include spending on war pensions and intelligence gathering falls within Nato guidelines
Overall borrowing this year now at £74.2bn, past the OBR's projection of £68.9bn
MPs on the Public Accounts Committee says the industry regulator is failing to ensure savings are passed on
Emergency services will be encouraged to share back office functions under plans outlined by the Home Office
Immigration interpreters may refuse work over Home Office plans to change terms
National Audit Office finds trust deficits becoming “normal practice”
Labour and Conservatives neck-and-neck as country heads to the polls for election 2015
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg promises above-inflation payrise for public sector from 2019 if party holds "balance of power"
The London mayor’s adoring paean to Churchill sometimes reads as an effort to reflect some glory back onto its author, writes John Ashmore
There will be no SNP ministers 'in any government' led by Ed Miliband, the Labour leader says
Think tank RUSI says UK unlikely to meet 2% Nato target
George Osborne wants to sell the Government's stake in RBS "as quickly as we can" after the general election.
New figures from the Cabinet Office show SMEs have benefited from £11.4bn of government contracts
According to a spokesperson, David Cameron will not pursue an inquiry into HMRC’s handling of HSBC tax files