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Taunton building completes three years after initial design work commenced
Policies that address health inequalities and better investment in housing among What Works Centre's proposals
Tax agency says only 17% of businesses have vital trading registration for no-deal Brexit
The Transport Select Committee had called for clearer oversight of rail timetabling changes
Defra’s Clare Moriarty and DfT’s Bernadette Kelly update MPs on Brexit staffing plans for frontline departments
Bernadette Kelly defends department’s due diligence over Seaborne Freight debacle
DfT only received three bids for no-deal ferry contracts, NAO review finds
FoI requests before the deal was scrapped reveal external advisers to controversial contract
Details of planned support package published by business secretary Greg Clark after firm reverses pledge to manufacture new model at Sunderland plant
The Transport Select Committee was told there was “no lawful basis” to use emergency powers to award contracts worth millions without an open tender.
The transport secretary defended the department's decision to award a £13.8m contract to a company that owns no ferries.
Matthew Vickerstaff named as interim successor to government project chief ahead of a full recruitment drive in 2019
Whitehall projects chief to chair body constructing cross-London line as it is revealed project faces further delays to opening and requires £1.4bn in extra funds
HMRC, Defra and cross-departmental borders group urged to update MPs on contingency-planning work
Department for Transport names Allan Cook as replacement for high-speed rail role
Lines of accountability 'failed or simply did not exist' report finds
Union says Highways England chief received 9.7% rise last year
The PAC also warned of a “significant and growing risk” that DfT would not be adequately prepared for a no-deal Brexit.
The government’s recent moves to get the expansion of airport capacity off the ground are the latest twist in one of the UK’s longest running policy sagas. Richard Johnstone considers whether this new plan will take flight
Alan Singleton and Simon Bruno were fatally shot while undertaking a routine inspection on 22 November 1993
PCS boss says members report lack of preparedness for cliff-edge exit from European Union in March
Department for Transport, Ministry of Justice, Cabinet Office and Department for Work and Pensions teams among those honoured at ceremony
Transport committee approves fomer airport chief as rail regulator chair
But MPs hear department's confidence does not extend to no-deal Brexit preparations