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Officials failed to learn lessons as cost of projects rockets by 115%, NAO says
Talks come after von der Leyen has warned that the timetable leaves "very little time" to strike a deal
Lord Peter Ricketts says ‘no civil servant can handle a crisis of this magnitude without hands-on political direction’
Plans for a standalone borders and immigration department also put on back burner, according to reports.
Robin Butler suggested impressionist could trick chancellor into revealing budget details amid wave of spoof calls, former Channel 4 boss recalls
As 2020 approaches, senior figures from across government reflect on their highlights and challenges of 2019, look ahead to the next 12 months and share their favourite festive memories
Stats released after FoI release shows 90% of appeals successful
Former ministerial adviser joins calls for DExEU to be wound up after January Brexit day
Warning comes amid reports the PM wants the Foreign Office to absorb the aid department
Reports suggest departmental changes will be implemented in the new year following a limited reshuffle this week
Brexit department remains an awkward fit in Whitehall, IfG says
Civil servants working up merger plans, reports say
Document latest in series of leaks that flag concerns over next steps for Boris Johnson’s plan
Last week’s leak gives some insights on trade talks, but the government needs to be more open to get the best results
Manifesto pledge details plans for four new ministries and scrap ‘symbol of fear’ DWP as part of moves to halt Universal Credit rollout
Manifesto pledges include resurrecting department for climate change and creating a chief secretary for sustainability role in HM Treasury
Secret Intelligence Service chief details how he interacts with Downing Street and what he looks for in new recruits
The Department for International Trade has just helped host an international sporting event more than 6,000 miles away. Richard Johnstone finds out how they did it, and why this could the first of many such projects for government
"Flextension" granted as government launches Operation Brock no-deal contingency plan
Departmental comms blitz will feature radio, catch-up TV and outdoor advertising as Brexit prep continues
Johnson will chair panel to spearhead cross-departmental approach on environmental protection
Boris Johnson has hailed his new Brexit deal with the EU ahead of a parliamentary vote tomorrow. What’s changed since the last one?
Help for Heroes recovery director Retired Colonel David Richmond will take on cross-government role
Spending watchdog warns there are significant Brexit risks 'beyond government's control'