PACAC describes Manzoni and Treasury admissions on PFI as ‘shocking’
After nearly 12 hours of talks, the Cabinet finally agreed the Government's position on Brexit. But what have they actually signed up to?
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Civil servants attend Brexit meeting to update planned white paper as discussions progress
Watchdog’s review of post-Brexit regulation, consumer protection and competition flags major issues
Permanent secretary Antonia Romeo says department has appointed top team and will now focus on building capability. Tamsin Rutter reports on DIT’s next steps
Infrastructure and Projects Authority annual report finds delivery of one-third of major government projects in doubt - with eight appearing unachievable
Minster tells Parliament she wants to "correct the record" after receving open letter from NAO chief Sir Amyas Morse
Analysis finds that the department has more than double the proportion of graduate fast streamers than elsewhere in Whitehall
Proposals include annual statement setting out the current state of fish stocks "based on the latest scientific evidence"
Auditor general writes to minister “clarifying the facts” following a series of statements made to MPs about recent report on Universal Credit
Department thinks ‘everything will work out in the end’ despite warning signs over councils’ financial health, say MPs