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"There is still a lot more Brexit legislation to come – and in substance, at least, it could prove controversial"
Former communities secretary fears private sector roles for Brexit negotiators will be major issue
MPs to grill former communities secretary who is government’s preferred choice to lead anti-corruption panel
Civil service union claims victory as Sunak finds £2bn to tone down ‘tax trap’ that counts pension contributions as income
Civil servants are following the advice of Public Health England, which is tracing people who have come into contact with Nadine Dorries
Making it easier for ministers to remove perm secs risks turning civil servants into "yes men or yes women", cab sec warns
Big numbers for capital spending in next month’s budget won’t fix decade of austerity, think-tank warns
Javid, who refused to fire his special advisers to stay in post, says cabinet ministers must be allowed to have "trusted teams"
Gove, Raab and Patel all stay while Sunak joins the top team as chancellor
Business, environment and Northern Ireland secreataries sacked in reshuffle but departmental changes fail to materialise
Policy experts explore the government’s priorities for 2020 and what they mean for officials
Think-tank points to Cummings’ civil service reform agenda and debate on the union as key work areas
National Audit Office says department and delivery firm underestimated the task of delivering new rail network
Defra plan will base agriculturist support payments on public goods, such as better air and water quality