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CCS says it is "considering the longer term opportunities and will be advising ministers" on what Brexit means for public sector procurement
"I cannot now foresee an announcement until at least October," says transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin
Home secretary launches leadership bid with promise to set up new department to negotiate Britain's exit from the European Union – and rules out general election before 2020
Robbins, described as one of the "stars of Whitehall", will work closely with Oliver Letwin to prepare Brexit advice for next prime minister
No international court is going to insist that the UK government must submit the UK to a process laid down in a treaty our voters have just rejected, says the chairman of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs select committee
Former Foreign and Commonwealth Office permanent secretary says Brexit vote represented "an uncharacteristic act of withdrawal by the United Kingdom" – and calls for a "very considerable uplift" in his old department's Budget to help Britain cope
Former cabinet secretary says coming up with options for UK's post-Brexit future would be "a wonderful job" for the civil service
Downing Street says Cameron will "try to foster constructive support around the table with all 27 leaders of the other member states" – as fellow EU leaders make clear that
Local Government Association says Brexit talks should not simply return legislative responsibilites straight to Westminster
Prime minister says civil servants are "impartial" and "hard-working" after criticism from Ukip
Role of the civil service is to "make sure that we prepare for an incoming prime minister to take decisions", Number 10 says – as constitutional experts flag up a lack of contingency planning for a Brexit vote
Victorious “Leave” campaigner – and chair of Parliament's Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee – tells CSW that there should be a new trade directorate and a rebranding of the entire Business department to reflect the nation's departure from the EU
Exclusive: Former head of the civil service Lord Kerslake tells CSW that key departments tasked with making Brexit work have been "stripped back" in recent years and will have to have an injection of resources
As Britain heads to the polls to vote on the the UK’s membership of the European Union, the result seems impossible to predict. But many are asking what, in practical terms, would happen if the country votes to leave. Here, Dr Alan Renwick of the UCL Constitution Unit gives a point-by-point overview of what the road to Brexit might look like
Exclusive CSW/Dods Research poll finds Tory MPs are much more confident than Labour and the SNP that Whitehall has resouces to deal with ramifications of a vote to leave the European Union
Chancellor threatens tax rises and says communities, transport and police budgets would get a further 5% cut if Britain votes to leave Europe – as Brexit campaigners hit out at a "blatant attempt to talk down the market and the country"
Special report: With just days to go until the EU referendum, civil servants will soon have more on their plates – whichever way the nation votes. Colin Marrs speaks to former senior officials and top civil service experts about the challenges a Brexit decision would pose for Whitehall, and why the alternative won’t necessarily mean "business as usual"
Whitehall commentators and insiders at odds over expertise and timescales for “conscious uncoupling” with Europe
Foreign Affairs Committee report says challenges of vote to leave would not be "insurmountable" for the Foreign Office – but makes clear the department would need a big boost in resources to cope with the fall-out
Former cabinet secretary says civil servants will be informally working on preparations for British exit from the European Union in spite of official assurances