MoJ hits '10 Prisons' drugs and violence targets, meaning former prisons minister Rory Stewart wouldn’t have had to resign
Department declares former minister’s resignation pledge project a success
More people are accessing more online services, department claims, but 'large amount of uncertainty' remains around Brexit
Series of ministerial appointments made yesterday, while rumoured spad appointments on the way
Full details of all the Cabinet moves
Former DfE spad and Vote Leave chief is a longstanding critic of Whitehall. CSW reviews what he says he would change if he had power
Johnson promises to "mobilise the civil service" as he tells Gove to make no-deal planning "top priority"
Foreign Office is told not to "pick and choose" which leaks to investigate
Former DfE spad and Vote Leave chief Dominic Cummings set for key role as first cabinet appointments exepcted today
Internal memo praises civil service's 'commitment to serve the government, the country and your fellow citizens objectively and professionally”
Scruton's return as chair comes after incoming prime minister Boris Johnson says sacking was “disgraceful”
Government rethinks approach after DfT's attempt to secure freight capacity for first Brexit deadline 'cost £85m'
Liz Truss says IR35 regulations for the whole public sector render specific oversight for departments unnecessary
Johnson promises “better infrastructure, better education, more police” and better broadband in acceptance speech