The demands of Brexit and unprecedented ministerial turnover are hindering policy implementation...
HMRC remains unhappiest major department, according to figures
The prime minister admitted the NHS funding boost announced last year would mean “less room for manoeuvre” in other areas of public spending.
Work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd has reportedly axed a vote on the reform to ensure it is "working in the interests of every claimant".
Liz Truss says that zero-based review of capital projects could see some major projects "junked"
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The COO must have the "drive and vision to lead transformation across a diverse and dispersed group of organisations", the job ad says
Minister says new scanners earmarked for introduction at 10 jails could have a positive impact in “keeping staff honest" amid smuggling concerns
Digital agency lays out plans for working with private companies and other departments over the next 18 months
Union also cites Brexit impact as reason to reconsider transformation programme to consolidate offices across the UK.
Update on tax and benefit authority’s transformation plan says it is learning the lessons from the early stages of its moves to regional centres
Expanded senior leadership team will help next prison and probation service chief deal with secure-estate crisis.
Proposals could include move to create infrastructure ‘super ministry’ by merging three existing departments