Department to phase out physical immigration documents, despite warnings that digital-only EU settlement scheme has "parallels with Windrush"
Successful candidate will lead a team of 30 people in the department
Announcement of remedial action for doctors highlights Cabinet Office refusal to act, say unions
Contraflow scheme was activated amid preparation for a possible no-deal exit from the EU, just as government requested a Brexit extension
Former EU envoy Sir Ivan Rogers predicts that Boris Johnson will face a “desperate” choice over Brexit deal next Christmas if he is returned as prime minister
Social impact charity NPC says Whitehall procurement reforms needed to improve effectiveness of public spending
Lord Kerslake says possible second referendum Scottish independence will be among the areas discussed
CCS issues contract notice for three-lot deal offering direct award and further competition options
Two social work policy professionals discuss the benefits and challenges of a radical management system aimed at empowering frontline teams to make more of their own decisions.
Party manifesto promises "the days of Whitehall knows best are over" as it pledges white paper on English devolution
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
HMRC doubles number of mental health advocates while Home Office appoints new champions
Chief secretary to the Treasury Rishi Sunak says evidence shows that 'purchases by non-residents inflate house prices'