The demands of Brexit and unprecedented ministerial turnover are hindering policy implementation...
The committee also warned that uncertainty about future border arrangements "will make it extremely challenging for the Home Office" to prepare for the future
Union voices anger that Disclosure and Barring Service project will not be brought back in-house
HMRC, Defra and cross-departmental borders group urged to update MPs on contingency-planning work
The Home Office showed "little inclination to look seriously" at its resourcing for translating documents, David Bolt said.
Local proposals to implement the government’s major economic plan are required by early 2020
Department for Transport names Allan Cook as replacement for high-speed rail role
Lines of accountability 'failed or simply did not exist' report finds
In rare speech, top spy Alex Younger claimed that ‘the digital era has profoundly changed our operating environment’
“There were warning signs from enough different sources, over a long enough period, to collectively indicate a potential problem that merited further investigation," say auditors
Tax department highlights its “rigorous complaints process” and independent adjudication after peers warn of behaviour that fell below expected standards
Boyd said he has helped to develop a "increasing appreciation of the embeddedness and the importance of science in Defra".
The department has on multiple occasions been forced to deny that it might abandon the project as progress has stalled