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From the impact of Covid-19 to dealing with the impact of climate change, government has never gated greater policy challenges. But, as recent work on developing policy strategies for carbon capture and storage shows, civil servants can get help from academics to find the right solutions. Professor Karen Turner, the director from the Centre for Energy Policy at the University of Strathclyde, explains
Experimental ONS and HMRC data reveals indicative employment impact of Covid-19
Economic support packages designed "as we have gone along", Sir Tom Scholar tells MPs
The PM will be joined on the call by Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove and UK’s chief negotiator David Frost.
Figures reveal the largest monthly fall since records began in 1997
Government reveals prime minister will hold talks with the leaders of EU institutions on the UK's future relationship with the bloc later this month
OECD predicts UK unemployment rate could rise as high as 14.8% post pandemic
"Not possible" to determine business-support schemes demonstrate value for money
Number of personal tax accounts surpasses 20 million
Details emerge as SAGE member says government was too slow to enter lockdown
Rise partly mitigated by Universal Credit changes announced in March, according to analysis
New guidelines to be published by governemnt as part of retail re-opening
Cabinet Office minister says there will be “some limited additional process on goods arriving in Northern Ireland” under the Brexit deal
"The costs of government’s response are large and uncertain," public spending watchdog says
Leaked document says measures needed to "enhance credibility and boost investor confidence"
Minister-led groups to tackle changes faced by aviation industry, shops, pubs and other sectors affected by coronavirus