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David Cameron gave his personal assurance that defence spending would rise from 2015, according to Liam Fox’s former special adviser.
General Sir Peter Wall says 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review assumed 'benign' world situation
Departmental budgets, the Highways Agency and Gus O'Donnell on the Queen's VE day plans make our regular round-up of Whitehall in the headlines
Think tank RUSI says UK unlikely to meet 2% Nato target
Committee urges greater diversity in intelligence agencies
Independent Commission for Aid Impact says security and justice work lacks focus, but praises more targeted efforts in Malawi and Bangladesh
Solent Gateway Limited named as MoD favourite to manage military port near Southampton
Defence committee chair stresses warning over Russian expertise
Joint Committee on National Security Strategy says failure to prepare could "damage the quality of the strategy"
Officials tell MPs the MoD has "locked in" £2.3bn of planned £4.1bn savings from support budget
Defence safety regulators to merge into Defence Safety Authority from 1 April 2015
US chief of staff says UK forces could be reduced to support role if Nato pledge is not met
Foreign Affairs Committee warns on impact of FCO staff cuts
As the UK’s first independent chief inspector of borders and immigration, John Vine gave the Home Office a few nasty nips. But don’t read too much into his early departure, he tells Sarah Aston
Sir John confirms he will give evidence to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee on 4 February
Cabinet secretary says the role he played in Chilcot Inquiry was "very limited"
The Ministry of Justice’s commercial arm bids for contract with Saudi Arabian Prison Service
Once an anonymous Whitehall lawyer, Shami Chakrabarti is now the very public face of Britain’s civil liberties movement – and a woman who inspires admiration and outrage in equal measure. Jess Bowie meets her
Inquiry set up in 2009 to investigate build-up to Iraq war will take “some further months”, Sir John Chilcot says
Management and removal of foreign national offenders comes under fire from Margaret Hodge’s committee
MI5 makes charity’s list of top employers for lesbian, gay and bisexual people
The PM has met security chiefs after saying last night that Britain must “modernise” interception rules
Increasing security services resources is a priority, says the chancellor
A monthly interview with people who've crossed organisational and sectoral boundaries to join a new working world. Mark Langdale moved from the Home Office to consulting firm Syntegra in 2004