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Britain's former top civil servant argues that we must “push back” deadline for achieving budget surplus in light of post-referendum economic uncertainty
Number 10 says pay rises reflect "change in scale and scope of the range of responsibilities going from coalition to single party government" – as Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party seize on CSW's story
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues on Dods People
Civil service unions hit out as new CSW analysis shows that many outgoing Number 10 advisers had substantial year-on-year pay rises, as well as enhanced redundancy terms and honours
Full details on the new leadership team at the DIT – as former UK Trade and Investments chief exec Andrew Cahn tells CSW that setting up a new department could have a "really serious frictional cost"
David Hoare steps down after saying the Isle of Wight suffered from a "mass" of crime, drug and unemployment problems
Leaked risk assessment highlights concerns over workforce and Brexit – but Whitehall source points out that such documents are designed to set out "worst-case scenario"
Advertisement for the role of Wales' top official goes live – as first minister Carwyn Jones emphasises that Brexit means "fundamental change for Wales and the UK as a whole"
How can Whitehall departments be persuaded to collaborate more effectively to achieve greater efficiency and savings? Mark Smulian reports on a round table discussion of the issue sponsored by CGI at Civil Service Live and led by the Ministry of Justice permanent secretary Richard Heaton
The UK ran a surplus of just £1bn last month – £200m lower than July 2015
New prime minister wants new Spad pay to be capped at £72,000 a year unless signed off by Number 10
Permanent secretary of the Department for Exiting the European Union says the new organisation is "growing fast"
Janet Hughes announces that she is to leave the flagship identity assurance scheme at the end of this week
More than 40 staff unable to relocate or who turned down voluntary exit could be made redundant under first round of estate downsizing
Catch up with all the latest appointments at the Department for Exiting the European Union as it begins to flesh out its senior management team – plus all the usual Whitehall moves
Latest Labour Market Outlook from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development finds concern over employment law and migration policy
Caroline Normand set to join Which?, while other moves see the government name Lowell Goddard’s abuse inquiry replacement and Charlie Bean lined up for the Budget Responsibility Committee
MPs call on Department for Communities and Local Government, Department for Work and Pensions and Department for Education to develop new inclusion programmes particularly targeting women
National Infrastructure Commission chief executive Phil Graham tells CSW it is “disappointing” that the government has “taken so long” to decide on airport expansion
Treasury wants new director general to lead a "change management programme" at the ministry, prompted by Britain's vote to leave the EU
Around 100 higher and further education staff are set to move over to the Department for Education – but the PCS union warns that many jobs are still at risk
Policy Exchange proposes “turbo charged” devolution of Whitehall functions to councils and city regions over the next five years