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“We’ll continue to hold press conferences to coincide with significant announcements," says No.10
PAC says Get Ready for Brexit campaign did not inspire confidence, and UK now faces "two incredible, unprecedented political and economic upheavals"
Cabinet Office investigating 'unauthorised' tweet sent in heat of Cummings lockdown row
Social media channels from across government will highlight work of individual officials in coronavirus response
Health secretary dismisses concerns over new "Stay Alert" message and "lack of details" in guidance
NHS Providers says UK has "struggled" to demonstrate a "clear, effective and well-communicated strategy”
Popular puzzle app will be among a range of video games to embed messages encouraging users to stay at home
Select committee and ministers ask for citizens to be on the lookout for false information spread online
The prime minister's letter will be sent to 30 million households, Number 10 said. Read it in full here
Downing Street strengthens messaging as Boris Johnson closes shops and tells people to stay at home
Critics say government is failing to provide clear guidance to public on social distancing as PM threatens lockdown
Prime minister to lead daily briefings alongside officials in effort to ensure clarity of government plans
Cabinet Office seeks supplier to fulfil two-year contract
"With determination, you’ve got Brexit done, and you’ve done a brilliant job," PM says
Around one third of UK citizens said they had looked at EU exit info, a figure "broadly unchanged” during the campaign, say auditors
UK Statistics Authority and ICO issue election warning ahead of five-week information onslaught
Dawes reportedly selected to replace Sharon White, who leaves this month
Department ‘disappointed’ after advertising watchdog upholds complaints about benefit reform package
This year's guidance clarifies rules for civil servants who are not 'politically restricted'
Nurse David Atherton said he had seen "things getting better through UK aid” while volunteering in Malawi
Over-zealous interpretation of purdah rules in 2017 snap poll saw scientists unable to comment on independent research
Civil service chiefs defend Get Ready for Brexit campaign and say appearance of police backing for PM speech was "unintentional"
Departmental comms blitz will feature radio, catch-up TV and outdoor advertising as Brexit prep continues
Department seeks to reduce calls and emails from the public via more effective use of digital channels
Campaign factsheet acknowledges, but refutes, questions over politicisation of civil service