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28 June 2019

Latest move comes after Institute for Government warns government may never be as ready for no deal as it was in March

28 June 2019

Report commissioned by the department says civil servants were ‘rightly appalled by what happened’ but this was ‘often juxtaposed with a self-justification’

28 June 2019

Problems affected ‘a very small number’ of the 350,000 businesses now signed up for digital platform, according to perm sec

27 June 2019

Tweaks for 2019 include Public Value Framework sections but IfG warns openness project is still very much a work in progress

27 June 2019

Lidington pledges government will only pay for capacity it uses after £50m payout to scrap no-deal ferry contracts

27 June 2019

Meg Hillier also queries “surprising” lack of ministerial directions for some Brexit-related spending

25 June 2019

Department chiefs twice as likely to have attended a fee-paying school than a comprehensive, education charity says

25 June 2019

Office for Disability Issues expansion hailed as a "bold statement from the government" to address injustices

25 June 2019

Migration Advisory Committee asked to look again at regional earnings thresholds and ‘high public value’ jobs with low pay