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29 November 2019

Unions say that missed targets for maths, modern foreign languages and physics teachers is ‘alarming’

28 November 2019

Parties “seem all too willing to bend or even break their own fiscal rules before they’ve even got started”, report finds

28 November 2019

Nearly two-thirds of respondents trust civil servants, with officials maintaining their position as the profession that has seen the biggest rise in credence ranking since 1983

27 November 2019

Former EU envoy Sir Ivan Rogers predicts that Boris Johnson will face a “desperate” choice over Brexit deal next Christmas if he is returned as prime minister

27 November 2019

Social impact charity NPC says Whitehall procurement reforms needed to improve effectiveness of public spending

26 November 2019

Two social work policy professionals discuss the benefits and challenges of a radical management system aimed at empowering frontline teams to make more of their own decisions.