One of the leading figures in a civil service reform drive has set out details of how to create more empathetic policy making across government
Home Office told to change policy on asylum decisions after High Court ruling on trafficking victims
Department had said reason for policy included that it required less work for officials
NI pay offer "totally unacceptable" in continuing absence of a functioning executive, NIPSA says
Johnson commits MHCLG and Home Office to legislating for first-phase report recommendations
Nurse David Atherton said he had seen "things getting better through UK aid” while volunteering in Malawi
Host of former ministers to also stand down from Commons at December election
MPs sceptical over "government’s poor track record in delivering promised new prison places"
Civil Service Commission event also hears how MHCLG used secondments to help boost diversity
Over-zealous interpretation of purdah rules in 2017 snap poll saw scientists unable to comment on independent research
Watchdog seeks director to oversee unit and to “create and shape a new function for the CMA"
Announcement comes after Harra vows to overhaul pay at the tax authority
Date likely to be decided today after Labour backs election plan
Chief operating officer will be one of the permanent secretary's "closest advisers”, job ad says
No-deal Brexit operations centre to be wound down for the second time this year