Cabinet Office’s Disability Unit to develop national strategy to put 'fairness at the heart of government work'
Department teams up with individuals, charities, and businesses to break down barriers and increase participation
But HMRC and Border Force workers are still among the most stressed parts of the civil service, according to poll data
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Perm sec says demand levels mean policy changes such as cutting five-week payment delay for those affected by Covid-19 would be ‘operationally unfeasible
PM says he will continue to lead the national fight-back against coronavirus "thanks to the wizardry of modern technology"
Chancellor hints at changes to the way the self-employed are taxed once crisis is over to ensure “all pay in equally in future”
Delayed results of sentiment poll paint broad picture of ongoing improvement
MPs told previous verbal and numeric testing regime was slashing candidate pool by half
IFS says a job-matching scheme could provide staffing boost in priority areas like the NHS and supermarkets
Steven Dick worked as the deputy head of mission in Hungary
“I know I can count on everyone to exemplify those values as we help the government navigate the country through this emergency”
“The world quite literally has changed and I think you have to adapt,” Simon Fraser says.
MPs and campaigners say department will not be trusted after report said the department had shown decades of "ignorance and thoughtlessness" on race.