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"Flextension" granted as government launches Operation Brock no-deal contingency plan
NAO finds £32.7m of public spending so far, but BEIS says full calculation of costs to back shale gas extraction would not yet be "meaningful"
Think tank concludes that Conservative spending plans are closer to Labour’s 2017 election pledges than their own proposals
Regulator says department’s commercial did not make sufficiently clear what would need to be submitted in some cases
Theresa May announces boost to powers of Competition and Markets Authority to improve protection for consumers
MPs say a new department for constitutional affairs should take on the UK government’s role in devolved areas
Creation of a cash strategy group led by the department will ensure the public still have a choice over how they spend their money, says chancellor
Work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd will set out plans to ensure that the benefits system is an ‘ally of disabled people’
Updated no-deal planning sets out temporary period where border checks could be lifted from next month
Scottish Government perm sec Leslie Evans apologises "to all involved for the failure in the proper application of this one particular part of the procedure"
Planning for EU exit means a host of policy areas are being ignored, according to MPs
Report comes as prime minister prepares to tell MPs that 95% of EU withdrawal agreement is in place, but Irish border issue remains
White paper expected later this year to set out details of plan to end free movement of people once the UK leaves the European Union
Chancellor publishes letter to Treasury select committee after government release of 25 technical notices on preparing for no-deal Brexit
The Department for Exiting the EU released a raft of technical notices on preparing for a no-deal Brexit. We look at what they reveal
Apology comes after Windrush review calls for evidence including from Home Office staff of all grades
Fears raised that UK-only passport lanes could increase costs of Home Office border security
National Archives files reveal that 1,420 Whitehall staff were monitored by security services
Cross-party committee says department provided “no credible explanation” for twice detaining two children of the Windrush generation
Campaigners and MPs fight to slash charges at department after inquiry launched by borders inspector
A special economic zone could be introduced across island’s 310-mile frontier after UK leaves the EU
Talks between UK and Scottish governments have been unable to reach agreement on who will be given powers returning from Brussels
Chief inspector of borders and immigration says new exit checks system ‘severely hamstrung’
Foreign Affairs Committee argues FCO failed to do sufficient crisis planning despite Caribbean’s known vulnerability to hurricanes
Department reveals gradual decline in use of casual workers since 2011
Committee has concluded that Baroness Stowell was “unable to withstand scrutiny” in pre-appointment hearing
White paper to be published this month will set framework for more balanced economy post-Brexit, says PM
Whitehall official warns accelerated timetable could mean 'minimum scrutiny for vital negotiation documents'
Scotland’s Brexit minister has warned that ‘serious and significant’ changes to devolution plans needed
Regulator Ed Humpherson claims Whitehall statistic “does not bear the weight that is put on it in public debate”
Plan would have formed part of government drive to encourage a cashless society
Seat-by-seat survey puts the Conservatives on course to win 310 seats – down from 330 before dissolution
Academics at education think-tank say party’s ‘£60m’ pledge may cost between £200m and £400m
Release would "not assist the understanding of the processes of government", according to senior figures
Britain’s exit bill from the European Union could be pushed up to €100bn despite an initial estimate of around €60bn, it has emerged.
Northern Ireland will face fresh assembly elections or direct rule from Westminster if the major parties fail to establish a new executive by early May, James Brokenshire has said.