Home Office perm sec resigns over Priti Patel row and vows to sue government for 'constructive dismissal'
Resignation comes as he claims home secretary shouted and swore at Home Office staff
Commitments based on wide-ranging review of ‘what it feels like for colleagues to work in HMRC, and how to make it better’
Manager set up monthly payments to his own business for made-up IT services contract
Cummings's blog was call for "expressions of interest", No.10 says
'Tough decisions' needed to support Budget, prime minister tells ministers
Madeleine Alessandri "embodies the very best that the civil service has to offer", Sir Mark Sedwill says
Talks come after von der Leyen has warned that the timetable leaves "very little time" to strike a deal
Former head of the civil service warns PM’s adviser is risking 'completely unnecessary' war with Whitehall,
Lord Peter Ricketts says ‘no civil servant can handle a crisis of this magnitude without hands-on political direction’
Chancellor pledges to 'unleash Britain’s potential' with statement expected to set out spending plan after UK’s exit from the EU
Plans for a standalone borders and immigration department also put on back burner, according to reports.
Funding plan will maintain scheme to help families with complex needs, ministry announces
Comments come as Civil Service Commission tells CSW it will “consider proposals on civil service appointments as necessary in the usual way”