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Personnel change comes after former chief exec leaves to join police watchdog
Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration must have "unquestionable integrity"
Government says scientific advice showed placing restrictions at the border earlier in the pandemic would not have had a significant impact on virus spread
Claire Bassett resigns while the post-Brexit trade body is still in shadow form
Shannon Kerrigan of Leidos makes the case for a more integrated approach to delivering "the frictionless border of the future"
Perm sec admits pay "opportunity cost" may be a concern for senior Foreign Office staff
A much-anticipated takeover by the Foreign Office of the Department for International Development has yet to materialise – but the appointment of an entirely joint ministerial team has sparked curiosity and concern. Beckie Smith speaks to those in the know about what it could mean
Colin Talbot speaks to professors Mete Yildiz and Zafer Sahin about how the Turkish government is responding to Covid-19, as it tries to “keep the economic wheels turning” despite the pandemic
Plans for 2020-21 published as chief inspector says inspections will be balanced with "not over-burdening the Home Office" at an "extremely challenging time"
How has Australia reacted to the Covid-19 pandemic? Colin Talbot speaks to Australian academics Janine O'Flynn and Helen Dickinson about how the country's unique government system has impacted responses to the virus
New deputy national security adviser Alex Ellis sets out government’s plans for landmark review broadsided by coronavirus
Union says Home Office agency has agreed to talks on how to ensure onsite staff safety amid coronavirus crisis
Union demands answers after 2,000 staff at Home Office division earmarked for return to work despite coronavirus lockdown
Cabinet secretary also encourages departmental staff to make time to relax – safely – over the Easter weekend
MPs reject offer of private briefings and call on home secretary and new perm sec to appear at virtual evidence session
PM tells MPs government has “scaled back” work on integrated review as resources are diverted to tackle the coronavirus response
In the first of a new series exploring how governments across the world are responding to the covid-19 pandemic, Professor Colin Talbot talks to Clay Westcott, president of the International Public Managment Network, about the best way to make an impact with testing, and how the virus is affecting developing countries in unexpected ways
Move comes as event venue is turned into a temporary hospital as part of Covid-19 response
As part of Civil Service World’s Digital Transformation special edition, we asked sector experts to share their insight on how a broad range of near-term advances in technology will transform the way public services are delivered.
FCO to return flights where commercial airlines are no longer operating, says Raab
McCallum, currently deputy director general of the Security Service, will take over from Sir Andrew Parker at the end of April
“The world quite literally has changed and I think you have to adapt,” Simon Fraser says.
First refusals on eligibility grounds announced, but some applications were “under consideration for several months”