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Union warns of "huge uncertainty and unease for DfID staff" as David Cameron calls the move a "mistake"
Scrapping of aid department follows appointment of joint ministers in February, widely seen as a soft merger
Volunteers are ‘using their skills for the greater good’, chief people officer says
Timing of measure "would be detrimental to the efficient conduct and continuity of business", David Sterling warns
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
PrideON will feature panel talks, a podcast and an appearance from Mr Motivator
"Lack of joined-up thinking and activity across Whitehall is impeding progress," commission says
Covid-19 and killing of George Floyd have shown up “persistent and painful inequalities” in society, cab sec says
Senior civil servant and medical statistician to become director general, succeeding Tom Hurd
Paul Kissack to leave for Joseph Rowntree Foundation by September
Treasury names Richard Hughes as preferred candidate to head independent fiscal watchdog
'As normal government business resumes, more of us will now need to be in the workplace'
Report by ex-No.10 spad sets out how officials can learn from the armed forces after the coronavirus outbreak
Work and pensions secretary says that department will look to increase work coach numbers to help people back to work
Reorganisation comes after Simon Case returns to civil service as No.10 perm sec
Appointees will aim to increase trade between the UK and South Asia, China and Hong Kong and Europe
Personnel change comes after former chief exec leaves to join police watchdog
Up to £118,000 and 'opportunity to make a real difference' on offer amid Covid-19 pandemic
Sedwill says unprecedented media briefing was "appropriate" as it concerned spad's conduct in offical role
PM tells committee of senior MPs it is time to move on from row over adviser's possible lockdown breaches
Successful candidate will succeed Alex Chisholm, now civil service COO
Cabinet Office investigating 'unauthorised' tweet sent in heat of Cummings lockdown row