"Flextension" granted as government launches Operation Brock no-deal contingency plan
Administrator sheds light on the scale of overpayments to pensioners first revealed by CSW this summer
Response to the Justice Committee reveals that Cabinet Office-led Reducing Reoffending Board has been scrapped
MPs applaud departmental drive to secure longer-term funding to tackle poor maintenance
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Union says move is “height of hypocrisy” for ministers who legislated to make industrial action more difficult
FDA says members feel their Brexit work "isn’t being valued" as they turn down offer
Interim perm sec Jim Harra tells MPs he believes the agency’s debt recovery approach is “reasonable”.
London Living Wage offer also applies to ISS porters, security guards, receptionists and post room staff
Fears remain over the independence of proposed Office for Environmental Protection
Union says there is a need for increased funding across government to resolve "systemic" pay problems
NAO finds £32.7m of public spending so far, but BEIS says full calculation of costs to back shale gas extraction would not yet be "meaningful"