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The PM will be joined on the call by Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove and UK’s chief negotiator David Frost.
Government reveals prime minister will hold talks with the leaders of EU institutions on the UK's future relationship with the bloc later this month
MOG change happens as government abandons plans for full customs checks immediately post-transition amid coronavirus crisis
Cabinet Office sets up “commercial clearing hub” where departments can bid for consultants
PAC says Get Ready for Brexit campaign did not inspire confidence, and UK now faces "two incredible, unprecedented political and economic upheavals"
Cabinet Office minister says there will be “some limited additional process on goods arriving in Northern Ireland” under the Brexit deal
Successive prime ministers “failed to offer any significant protection” as officials came under attack, IfG says
Claire Bassett resigns while the post-Brexit trade body is still in shadow form
Cabinet Office minister insists it is "still entirely possible to conclude negotiations" by 31 December despite coronavirus crisis
Shannon Kerrigan of Leidos makes the case for a more integrated approach to delivering "the frictionless border of the future"
FCO chief Sir Simon McDonald says he “inadvertently and wrongly” told MPs the UK had opted out of a procurement scheme
After a decade at the helm of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, Sir Bernard Jenkin is moving on. He tells Beckie Smith about the highlights, lessons and bitter battles
“The world quite literally has changed and I think you have to adapt,” Simon Fraser says.
"There is still a lot more Brexit legislation to come – and in substance, at least, it could prove controversial"
First refusals on eligibility grounds announced, but some applications were “under consideration for several months”
Staff told department will extend life of Bradford office by six years and keep Washington base open until 2030
Analysis of public spending figures indicates that much of announced spending increases will be taken up by existing policy plans
Negotiations will not take place in person, but both sides are exploring possible video discussions
“I could not have asked for better, more committed colleagues," Moriarty says in statement