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The MoD is busy fighting an increasingly difficult war overseas. But the defence review and Trident decision are equally important, setting priorities for years to come. Joshua Chambers reports
Joshua Chambers finds that the Home Office has pressed ahead quickly with its agenda, announcing many of its plans to Parliament before the summer recess.
This week’s interviewee works as a learning support assistant in a large city comprehensive school
We haven’t had a coalition government in Westminster since the 1940s – but Scottish civil servants have almost ten years of recent experience in working for a coalition. Joshua Chambers went to Holyrood to pick their brains
The number of data breaches in the NHS has increased in the last year, despite a previous call by the Information Commissioner for the service to tackle security breaches.
The Olympic Games construction project is constantly being scrutinised – not only by the media, but also by large numbers of stakeholders. Joshua Chambers talks to the man under the spotlight: ODA chairman John Armitt
The Tribunals Service has increased productivity while facing an increased workload – and it’s done so without the help of external consultants. Its boss Kevin Sadler tells Joshua Chambers about his in-house efficiency team
While civil service salaries come under pressure, the government has announced a bold legislative programme. Joshua Chambers picks out the key bills which will affect officials’ work – including the plans for welfare reform.