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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.
FCO to return flights where commercial airlines are no longer operating, says Raab
Steven Dick worked as the deputy head of mission in Hungary
“The world quite literally has changed and I think you have to adapt,” Simon Fraser says.
Economics professor will lead advisory group as it produces ‘shortage occupation list’ for post-Brexit immigration system
PM urged to ‘bring more light and less heat’ to the immigration debate after Brexit
Unit's involvement announced as Boris Johnson chairs COBRA meeting to plan next steps
The UK government should look west for ideas on fostering security innovation from the tech sector, says Alexis Long
Serco Health director Abi Tierney will lead HM Passport Office and UK Visas and Immigration
Breakdown of talks would lead to increased customs checks, policy paper says
Department to phase out physical immigration documents, despite warnings that digital-only EU settlement scheme has "parallels with Windrush"
Integrated review will "go beyond the parameters of a traditional review", No.10 says
David Normington reflects on Patel v Rutnam stand-off amid reports department faces institutional racism allegations in draft Windrush review
Policy proposals unveiled today include no visa route for "low-skilled" workers
David Frost says the UK will not extend the transition period beyond the end of December as “at that point we recover our political and economic independence in full”
Passport office not told when right of abode applicants were 'known or suspected to have used deception', inspector says
Pierce will succeed Sir Kim Darroch, who stood down following leaks of diplomatic memos
Watchdog calls for "revised and more inclusive communication and consultation strategy" for visa onshoring programme
PM rules out accepting EU rules in exchange for post-Brexit trade deal as both sides set out negotiating plans
MAC also warns access to data is "perennial problem" in scrutinising policy
In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, David Henig looks at how the government can realise its post-Brexit ambitions for international trade
Move would reverse policy set out by Theresa May
Home Office puts applicants on notice that highly-influential panel's role “may evolve” post-Brexit