New guidance shows freedom of movement will not end on October 31
Spending Round cash comes amid shadow of Brexit dispute that risks permanent economic damage, one chief says
Spending Round is unlikely to direct additional money to the public services most in need, according to Institute for Government
Prospect urges Cabinet Office to clarify that usual rules would apply in an October election
New government website includes new Brexit preparedness questionnaire
Dominic Cummings is sending signals out across government about how he plans to operate. But even the most high-profile special advisers have no real power – they only speak with the authority of their political bosses.
Communication plan rejected a repeat of the Vote Leave campaign’s slogan as too partisan, according to report
Former civil service head calls on officials to consider if “stewardship of the country” should trump service to government of the day
With free movement now set to end abruptly on 31 October, the Home Office remains unable to answer key questions
Regulator says department’s commercial did not make sufficiently clear what would need to be submitted in some cases
Johnson insists move would still leave "ample" time for Brexit debate, but decision criticised by Commons speaker as a constitutional outrage.
Chancellor says move to hold review next week would help match spending to new government’s priorities