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Union says proposals show "a lack of understanding of the modern realities of the civil service"
Jo Swinson among biggest scalps claimed in disastrous night for Labour and Lib Dems
Civil servants working up merger plans, reports say
Parties “seem all too willing to bend or even break their own fiscal rules before they’ve even got started”, report finds
Party manifesto promises "the days of Whitehall knows best are over" as it pledges white paper on English devolution
Chief secretary to the Treasury Rishi Sunak says evidence shows that 'purchases by non-residents inflate house prices'
Rudd tells prime minister Boris Johnson that she no longer believes the government wants a Brexit deal
Full details of all the Cabinet moves
Civil servants forced to "negotiate" boundaries for work, says former director general Karen Wheeler
May will step down as Conservative leader on 7 June, but will remain head of government until a new leader is in place
Tax authority set to be questioned by select committee after investigations reveal political donations were included in background note for telecoms giant Lycamobile
Package will increase spending in areas including infrastructure and broadband as well as health funding
Conservative manifesto set to be ‘pruned’ due to minority government, say ministers
Further appointments expected through weekend and next week
Former civil service head predicts polls drubbing will take “austerity” off the political agenda
Ten ministers lose seats as Conservatives forced to form minority government
Influential research institute says main parties’ policy proposals – including on public-sector pay – mask the real choices facing the nation and their consequences
Academics at education think-tank say party’s ‘£60m’ pledge may cost between £200m and £400m
Union says Theresa May’s vision ignores pay and retention issues that will hamper public sector’s ability to maximise the potential of Brexit
Manifesto commitments include relocating “significant numbers” of public sector workers to new administrative centres across the country
Wealthy pensioners will lose state-funded fuel allowance under Tory plans to shake-up the social care system, Theresa May will announce today.
Liberal Democrats join Labour in pledging to scrap 1% limit on wage increases
David Cameron to return to Downing Street as party defies predictions of a hung parliament