'This is an anxious time for many of you': Sedwill urges caution as civil servants return to workplaces
'As normal government business resumes, more of us will now need to be in the workplace'
More than 1m people risk being ‘plunged into poverty’ due to the coronavirus crisis, think tank warns
Rise partly mitigated by Universal Credit changes announced in March, according to analysis
Boris Johnson is facing mounting calls to sanction the early release of low-risk offenders in a bid to stop prisons becoming overwhelmed by the coronavirus crisis.
BEIS perm sec will move to become Cabinet Office perm sec as he takes on roles held by John Manzoni
Pocklington succeeds Melanie Dawes, who became Ofcom chief exec in February
Department says hundreds of thousands of boxes could be delivered each week as part of shielding plans for those vulnerable to Covid-19
Comprehensive spending review and Brexit transition should also be pushed back, former Foreign Office perm sec Lord Ricketts says
The prime minister's letter will be sent to 30 million households, Number 10 said. Read it in full here
Comments come as PM’s top adviser Dominic Cummings self-isolates after developing symptoms
But HMRC and Border Force workers are still among the most stressed parts of the civil service, according to poll data
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Perm sec says demand levels mean policy changes such as cutting five-week payment delay for those affected by Covid-19 would be ‘operationally unfeasible
PM says he will continue to lead the national fight-back against coronavirus "thanks to the wizardry of modern technology"
Chancellor hints at changes to the way the self-employed are taxed once crisis is over to ensure “all pay in equally in future”