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Cabinet Office minister says there will be “some limited additional process on goods arriving in Northern Ireland” under the Brexit deal
Calls to advice lines for child support and probate services "do not generate revenue", minister says
Interim secretariat of 16 civil servants won't fulfil all of planned regulator's functions, environment secretary tells MPs
MPs say department has overseen seriously unacceptable practice in almost every area of the deportation system
Report calls for 'complete rethink of the structure, funding and oversight of forensic science'
Following late night meetings in Strasbourg, prime minister says the government has strengthened agreement to make clear the UK can’t remain in Irish backstop indefinitely
Employees sued after being told to sit assessment later found to be discriminatory if they wanted a promotion
Right to rent checks have “little to no effect” on controlling immigration, says judge in High Court case
Ex-government lawyer says government would have to have cleared “a very high bar in court” to defend no-deal Brexit ferry procurement
First minister Nicola Sturgeon says she “is absolutely determined to increase the number of people from ethnic minorities who work in the organisation”
Chair of CDEI also encourages public sector to ‘use AI in ways that delight the citizen’
HMRC says the UK’s commitment to secure borders “will not change in the event of a no deal” despite temporary arrangements
Information commissioner also said departments had done the "minimum" work needed to comply with GDPR, but there was "much more to be done"
Civil service chief says combining the jobs is part of fusion agenda to boost teamwork across government
Sterling says social housing is particularly affected by power vacuum, with some homes at risk of being mothballed
Lib Dems say involvement of civil servants in possible Brexit compromise talks represents a breach of cabinet manual
"One of the main criticisms levelled at the parole system was a lack of transparency," justice secretary David Gauke said as he set out refomrs following John Worboys case
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell tells cabinet secretary that failing to prepare for an incoming Labour government could repeat problems of Brexit planning
Revelation comes as select committee concludes that a no-deal Brexit "cannot be allowed to happen".
MPs’ report backing the appointment provides an insight into recruitment process for senior government oversight role
Has the age of Twitter changed the Foreign Office – or just what we expect from documentaries? Sue Cameron considers the BBC’s recent exploration of the FCO
Union dubs move a "first step in the right direction to fairness and equality" .
UK Supreme Court rejects request for NI attorney general for clarification on powers, saying they should be addressed in court case.
Reports claim the bloc could reopen exit talks if a clear parliamentary consensus emerges in Westminster.
Unions urge members to continue to bring forward complaints and “expect that the Scottish Government will handle their complaint properly”.