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Creation of rapid rebuttal unit around UK’s EU exit in addition to existing work to respond to fake news
Digital engagement leaders tell PublicTechnology about the department’s use of Twitter and LinkedIn to interact with citizens and potential and current employees
Rankings show Ministry of Defence is most prolific department while No 10 gets engagement crown
Parliament’s senior learning projects officer Claire Bogue describes the work behind a recently launched Massive Open Online Course on select committees
Former international trade permanent secretary Martin Donnelly to give speech undermining Brexit vision of Liam Fox
Emails reveal Sue Gray was unhappy with foreign secretary’s decision to waive £6,000 room charge for Institute for Free Trade
Charity Sense about Science scores 94 policies from 12 departments against criteria determining how far they publish evidence underpinning decisions
A tale of integrity and talent triumphing in the corridors of power warms Sue Cameron’s heart
Government Communications Service director Alex Aiken says social media team will ‘reclaim a fact-based public debate’
MPs accuse DExEU of "contempt" after sectoral analysis handed to Brexit committee was stripped of market-sensitive information
Office for Statistics Regulation tells perm sec department must tighten pre-release access procedures
Trade union bosses warn against treating officials like “faceless bureaucrats” and fingering them with blame over Brexit talks
Behavioural Insights Team annual report details its work with departments, including ‘TripAdvisor-style’ feedback tool to help CCS boost spend with SMEs
John Manzoni announces programme’s improvement in Times ranking a year after diversity reforms were implemented
Recent years has seen a rise in the number of academic blogs that analyse government plans. How can they help make better policy?
Office for Statistics Regulation to monitor department while it implements a series of recommendations to improve transparency
Cabinet Office says the proposal has not yet been agreed, despite reports
Sir David Norgrove slaps down foreign secretary for "clear misuse of officials statistics"
Amber Rudd responds to call from statistics chief to follow ONS in scrapping system that allows select people to preview official figures
UK statistics chief Sir David Norgrove hits out at Home Office over “damaging” leak of student migration figures to media, in letter also copied to Sir Jeremy Heywood
Many talented civil servants have stepped forward to work on Brexit, says Dave Penman of the FDA union. So why aren't ministers doing more to defend them?
First woman to serve as the PM's spokesperson is heading to the Foreign Office
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