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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
Fifty-strong list of individuals and teams reveals those in the running for honours in the 14th annual Civil Service Awards
Update predicts messaging service efficiencies will be £10m a year less than before
Civil service chief says that assurance panel reflects the speed of the campaign launch
New government website includes new Brexit preparedness questionnaire
Civil service has a "responsibility" to support staff with the condition, says disability champion Rutnam
Communication plan rejected a repeat of the Vote Leave campaign’s slogan as too partisan, according to report
Creation of rapid rebuttal unit around UK’s EU exit in addition to existing work to respond to fake news
“The fundamental thing is the culture of integrity and loyalty of the people who see this stuff," ex-US ambassador Sir Peter Westmacott says
Respect in civil service is ‘earned and deserved’, cabinet secretary tells officials after ambassador’s resignation
Sir David Normington tells event that attacks on officials could be "passing phase" or "existential threat"
Foreign Office permanent secretary says probe will be government-wide as emails had a "very wide" readership in Whitehall
Comms staff to receive more training after a media officer circulated figures from public opinion tracker to colleagues
Work and Pensions Select Committee demands answers on leaked intranet report outlining national strategy
Cabinet Office figures show that four departments received over half of all FOI requests
Calls to advice lines for child support and probate services "do not generate revenue", minister says
"We are proud of what you do," civil service chiefs say amid "unprecendented" challenges for officials