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28 February 2019

New research finds tens of thousands of Whitehall workers on trapped in in-work poverty due to low wages

28 February 2019

Ex-civil service chief says reforms are needed to increase the public’s trust in government and over how public services are funded

27 February 2019

Cabinet Office minister Oliver Dowden hails nominees as examples for all of government as it works towards 2022 smart working target 

26 February 2019

Move expected as ministers threaten to quit if prime minister does not rule out leaving the EU without an agreement

25 February 2019

Tax agency says that it expects an increase in call centre inquiries as the UK leaves the European Union

25 February 2019

Possible revival of care cap plan would ‘confer a significant benefit to the well-off at the expense of the general taxpayer’, Matt Hancock has told Theresa May

25 February 2019

New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People

22 February 2019

But department gives no details on security of funding following “successful pilot period”