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JCWI says the algirith discriminates on the basis of nationality – by design"
If done correctly, blending the skills of both the Department for International Development and the Foreign Office could yield something that is greater than just the sum of its parts
Diplomat will oversee merger with DfID but will not lead FCDO long term, sources say
Department needs a better understanding of the impact of its immigration enforcement activity on meeting its policy aims, report says
Union warns of "huge uncertainty and unease for DfID staff" as David Cameron calls the move a "mistake"
Scrapping of aid department follows appointment of joint ministers in February, widely seen as a soft merger
The PM will be joined on the call by Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove and UK’s chief negotiator David Frost.
EHRC legal action will review whether immigration measures complied with equality law
Government reveals prime minister will hold talks with the leaders of EU institutions on the UK's future relationship with the bloc later this month
MOG change happens as government abandons plans for full customs checks immediately post-transition amid coronavirus crisis
Report comes amid renewed speculation about possible merger with the Foreign Office after appointment of joint ministerial team
Appointees will aim to increase trade between the UK and South Asia, China and Hong Kong and Europe
Personnel change comes after former chief exec leaves to join police watchdog
Cabinet Office minister says there will be “some limited additional process on goods arriving in Northern Ireland” under the Brexit deal
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
Department seeks partner to support ongoing work to build a range of services
Claire Bassett resigns while the post-Brexit trade body is still in shadow form
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
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"
New deputy national security adviser Alex Ellis sets out government’s plans for landmark review broadsided by coronavirus
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
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.