Some policies have gone ahead “apparently unchallenged, despite falling short of the standards set by the Treasury”, the report said
Think-tank flags gaps in government transparency ahead of National Data Strategy
Parliamentary committee calls for detailed breakdown on £18bn annual-cost-to-business figure as Chequers Plan customs vision falters
Corby succeeds Nick Hardwick, who was sacked in April.
Richard Heaton announces Michael Spurr departure at “the right time to ask a new chief executive to take on this important role”
The transport secretary said the rail industry had "struggled to deliver" as he launched a major review ahead of the ORR's final report.
“We already understand what happened at HMP Birmingham,” the justice secretary has said.
The department’s chief digital and information officer Tom Read sees addressing a historic ‘lack of trust’ between the two disciplines as a key part of his role
MPs say expanding the remit of the FCA is the quickest way to stop investors facing “numerous risks”
"Only ministers can set priorities for action," David Sterling said
The committee is the latest group to throw its weight behind calls to make securing a withdrawal agreement its “urgent priority”.
Lodge has also led the tax authority's benefits and credits and transformation divisions
Scrutiny of public appointments is especially important in light of the 2017 Grimstone reforms, the Public Administration and Constitutinal Affairs Committee said