Home Office apologises for second data breach to come to light this week
Government says it's "not the case" that it takes outsourcers at their word when they say they're providing high-quality accommodation
Extension gives the government the chance to "reconsider" its Brexit strategy, says European Council president
MPs issue strongest criticism of department yet over "skimpy and disappointing" response to report
Academic dismissed as housing adviser after making remarks about "Soros empire"
Parliamentary committee raises concerns after warning lack of documentation has "clear parallels" to Windrush scheme
Union chief accuses Treasury chief secretary of "dog whistle" tactics over pay-off ceiling as Treasury launches consultation
Courts programme boosts justice department's consultants bill
Ex-FCO head says civil servants must not be scapegoated for ‘badly mishandled’ process
Transport secretary admits government can't recover Eurotunnel payout if no-deal Brexit is avoided
Department reports itself to Information Commissioner after hundreds of potential victims’ email addresses are wrongly shared
Former cabinet secretary also says Sir Mark Sedwill faces "mission impossible"