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Home secretary pledges to ensure Home Office “fundamentally shifts its way of working” after report
Warning comes as department forms a cross-government working group to "address the challenges faced by the Windrush generation and their descendants"
Private companies cut out of unpaid work and behavioural programmes in further reversal of Grayling reforms
Government "need to make it a priority to understand the needs of disabled people in the system"
Work and pension committee chair to follow up with No.10 after PM ‘clearly surprised to hear that people in this situation can’t claim Universal Credit or other benefits’
New Joint Biosecurity Centre to provide new Covid-19 threat assessment level that will inform lockdown rules
Department seeks partner to support ongoing work to build a range of services
Charities will receive a share of £600,000
Building new partnerships and changing perceptions – does government need a fresh approach to reducing county lines activity?
Courts and prisons need hundreds of millions more in spending to deal with capacity pressures, IfG finds
JCWI will take case to Supreme Court after appeal finds some landlords discriminate because of scheme requirements
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"
PCS says department has reversed plans to outsource a range of veterans’ services after campaign work
Union says Home Office agency has agreed to talks on how to ensure onsite staff safety amid coronavirus crisis
Union demands answers after 2,000 staff at Home Office division earmarked for return to work despite coronavirus lockdown
Boris Johnson has been hospitalised as “precautionary” measure as health secretary accuses people out sunbathing of “putting lives at risk”
Only the prime minister can address the growing fracture in the relationship between ministers and officials. But will he?
Resolution Foundation calls on ministers to extend eligibility and encourage new claims as demand for support spikes
As part of CSW’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, and we will be sharing their thoughts all this week. In this first entry, Tom Read the chief digital and information officer at the Ministry of Justice, looks at the opportunities in the sector
In February 2019, Matt Hancock announced plans for a new innovation agency in the NHS. A year on, its chief executive, Matthew Gould, talks to Beckie Smith about health data, listening to patients, and his move from diplomacy to digital
The Government Digital Service was created to be a radical agent of reform. Director general Alison Pritchard tells PublicTechnology that, while it now prefers to work more collaboratively, it still has the stomach for a scrap
First refusals on eligibility grounds announced, but some applications were “under consideration for several months”
Home Office was slow to react to reports of injustice and ignored warning signs, Wendy Williams finds
Full details of new range of powers across five key areas