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Former chancellor says British system is weakened by hierarchical divide between politician and officials
Spending Review 2015 plans "will remain in place", says the new chancellor – but departments will be able to reinvest some of their 2019/20 savings
Former chancellor sets up a new think tank to hold the government's feet to the fire on his pet devolution project
UK's new prime minister is said to be considering lifting the requirement for local authorities to have elected mayors to get devolution deals
Speaking from the Treasury, chancellor says UK will face decision to leave European Union from a "position of strength" – but defers decision to cut spending and raise taxes
Chancellor threatens tax rises and says communities, transport and police budgets would get a further 5% cut if Britain votes to leave Europe – as Brexit campaigners hit out at a "blatant attempt to talk down the market and the country"
Chancellor says Treasury civil servants planning for the impact of leaving the EU on financial stability in the UK – but Number 10 maintains no wider policy planning taking place
George Osborne’s third budget in 12 months will force departments to find the lion’s share of “easy” savings through barely-mentioned pensions changes hidden in the small print
Chancellor says: "I’ve made adjustments to my plans to make sure we are going to live within our means"
Chancellor pays tribute to "great public servant" – but SNP MPs jeer reference to "impartiality"
Live coverage and reaction as chancellor sets out the 2016 Budget, provided by our colleagues on PoliticsHome.com. CSW will be have the key Whitehall stories and reaction throughout the afternoon
Weaker growth and delayed sales of government assets expected to contribute to missed target
"The obvious efficiency savings have come through in the early period," says former head of the civil service – as chancellor prepares to outline £4bn of further spending cuts
Chancellor George Osborne picks "outstanding civil servant" for the top Treasury post
Institute for Fiscal Studies warns that “very inflexible” fiscal target could "come at a cost", while rising demand for services and public sector employment costs will make implementing cuts harder
Amid reports chancellor looking to cut voluntary civil service redundancy payouts by a further six months – a move first floated in 2010 – unions warn of "war by the government against its own staff"
Institute for Fiscal Studies says talk of "end to austerity" is premature
Chancellor eyes more austerity in first interview since yesterday’s cuts announcements – while the IFS says departmental settlement is "very, very tight"
GDS to get an extra £450m, Spending Review confirms
Live: Rolling coverage of the Comprehensive Spending Review and Autumn Statement provided by CSW's sister title PoliticsHome