Integrity and loyalty best way to prevent leaks, former diplomats say – but fines could have role to play
“The fundamental thing is the culture of integrity and loyalty of the people who see this stuff...
Former BIS and DIT permanent secretary will be troubled aerospace giant's "senior representative" in Europe and the UK and Ireland"
Truss also hints at buildings sell-off to avoid having “land that could be used for housing sitting on the government balance sheet”
Civil servants could be either ‘too fresh or too jaded’ to maximise no-deal Brexit preparation for October, highlights think tank
One ex-civil servant says his enquiries have gone unanswered after he received a bill for more than £8,000
A permanent replacement for outgoing stats chief to be announced in "late summer", UKSA says
Case in which asylum detainee was told to return to the address where she was sexually exploited raises "grave safeguarding concerns", charity says
Department implements controls to prevent fraudsters calling citizens from numbers that appear legitimate
FDA petition says pay has stagnated while ministers 'make political capital out of the end of austerity'
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Troubled background-checking agency appoints local authority boss to top job
Theresa May adds housing expert and architect to inquiry panel probing 2017 tragedy
Regulator calls for publication of official data to "enable meaningful public spending debate"