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Scientist speaks out as junior minister resigns over spad's lockdown breach
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Just 20% of staff in one department are able to work from home
Case left government to run Prince William's household in 2018
"You should not expect to be back in your usual workplace anytime soon," officials told
Government wants to appear like it takes workers' safety seriously "without actually doing anything about it", Clancy says
Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration must have "unquestionable integrity"
“Politicians decide and we should be subjected to scrutiny," first minister says after criticism of clinical director
Pay remit guidance for 2020-21 prompts mixed reactions
Departments can give average wage increases of up to 2.5%, pay remit guidance says
Coronavirus crisis has shown officials can work free of "constraints of location and organisational boundaries", Alex Chisholm tells CSW
Successive prime ministers “failed to offer any significant protection” as officials came under attack, IfG says
Labour asks government why it is only planning to recruit 18,000 roles, saying as many as 50,000 may be needed
Unions say freezing key workers' wages after leaked Treasury documents reveal further austerity among policy options
Social media channels from across government will highlight work of individual officials in coronavirus response
Tax agency begins search for long-term replacement for Jacky Wright
Leaked document says measures needed to "enhance credibility and boost investor confidence"
Minister-led groups to tackle changes faced by aviation industry, shops, pubs and other sectors affected by coronavirus
Pulse survey to assess the impact on officials and inform departments' responses
Government sets out further details of Joint Biosecurity Centre alongside next steps to ease lockdown
Sedwill tested positive for Covid-19 in April
"Your work is recognised and thoroughly appreciated," Schofield tells civil servants