Outsourcer training coronavirus tracers was told to take "remedial measures" after sharing email addressers
Regulator says there is "clear media and public interest" in data used by ministers but not published by MHCLG
'As normal government business resumes, more of us will now need to be in the workplace'
Report by ex-No.10 spad sets out how officials can learn from the armed forces after the coronavirus outbreak
Rise partly mitigated by Universal Credit changes announced in March, according to analysis
Work and pensions secretary says that department will look to increase work coach numbers to help people back to work
Jenrick says government needs the backing of people "most affected by" its response to inquiry recommendations
Reorganisation comes after Simon Case returns to civil service as No.10 perm sec
PAC says Get Ready for Brexit campaign did not inspire confidence, and UK now faces "two incredible, unprecedented political and economic upheavals"
Sir David Norgrove says he understands the pressures faced by staff but adds “I am sure you would agree that good evidence is essential to success in containing the virus”
Appointees will aim to increase trade between the UK and South Asia, China and Hong Kong and Europe
SSAC says department has done "remarkable work" amid the pandemic, but some people are falling between cracks