Tech giant announced that next version of iOS will permit third-party access to near-field communications
Speaking at a think-tank event, Lord Macpherson also offered thoughts on the economy to incoming prime minister, while Treasury Select Committee chair said a full leadership contest is needed “so the maddest ideas perhaps don’t make it to asking for official civil service advice”.
The scale, constraints and pressure of Brexit have very few comparators – and the clock is ticking. Is it any wonder that the complexity of trying to deliver it is keeping civil servants up at night?
Former Cabinet Office minister flags “keep calm and carry on” spirit amid Brexit abnormality
MPs say a new department for constitutional affairs should take on the UK government’s role in devolved areas
Department says Brexit-related workload will see 600 additional staff located at Stratford centre
Civil servants could be either ‘too fresh or too jaded’ to maximise no-deal Brexit preparation for October, highlights think tank
In these unprecedented circumstances, we should ditch the convention of confidentiality around civil servants’ advice to ministers – for the good of us all, says the FDA general secretary
Commission chaired by former civil service head blasts government’s approach to economic development and calls for new £10bn-a-year fund
DfID in the firing line as candidates seek to win support for leadership bids
A vivid account by a meritocratic polymath, Lord Levene’s memoirs leave Peter Hennessy pondering why peacetime Britain produces so few ‘fixers’ of his calibre
May will step down as Conservative leader on 7 June, but will remain head of government until a new leader is in place