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Transport for London and department need up to £650m more to complete late-running project
Independent assessment will look at department’s quality management approach after longstanding double-counting issue
UK Statistics Authority and ICO issue election warning ahead of five-week information onslaught
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Host of former ministers to also stand down from Commons at December election
MPs sceptical over "government’s poor track record in delivering promised new prison places"
Over-zealous interpretation of purdah rules in 2017 snap poll saw scientists unable to comment on independent research
Date likely to be decided today after Labour backs election plan
"Flextension" granted as government launches Operation Brock no-deal contingency plan
Union says move is “height of hypocrisy” for ministers who legislated to make industrial action more difficult
Interim perm sec Jim Harra tells MPs he believes the agency’s debt recovery approach is “reasonable”.
Exit plan is backed by parliamentarians for the first time but scheduling dispute leaves deal in limbo
Civil service chiefs defend Get Ready for Brexit campaign and say appearance of police backing for PM speech was "unintentional"
Institute for Government says legislation timetable doesn't allow time for MPs to properly scrutinise deal
Legislation put forward as Michael Gove confirms Westminster would impose direct rule in a no-deal Brexit
Three letters come as Michael Gove announces Operation Yellowhammer plans for a no-deal Brexit have been implemented
Lond-awaited energy white paper finally on its way, business secretary tells MPs
Johnson will chair panel to spearhead cross-departmental approach on environmental protection
Boris Johnson has hailed his new Brexit deal with the EU ahead of a parliamentary vote tomorrow. What’s changed since the last one?
Prime minister announces deal reached, but government’s DUP allies indicate they may not back it
Former officials have an increasingly public role in national debate – is that always a good thing? Suzannah Brecknell explores how retired mandarins balance their duty to contribute to the public discourse with the self-enforced code of caution
Legislation to deliver Brexit dominated Boris Johnson’s first Queen’s Speech, which also had a strong law and order theme