Job adverts for comms, policy and border staff open with weeks to go until Brexit
Use of gagging clauses ends to improve "debate, transparency and exchange of information"
Move prompts concern over appointing people with "little loyalty to the job"
Chancellor Sajid Javid says there is no time to delay as he announced auto sign up scheme
Ministers and civil servants to skip most meetings to focus on Brexit preparations, department says
Gove summoned before MPs after leaked dossier warns of fuel, food and medicine shortages
The leak of the Cabinet Office’s Operation Yellowhammer contingency planning shows how much government is working on mitigating the risks it can predict from a no-deal Brexit. But the government cannot prepare for things it doesn’t know will happen
Damascene conversions on civil service brilliance should be backed with proper recognition and reward, says Prospect deputy general secretary
Home secretary wants border restrictions to be imposed immediately after Britain leaves the European Union if no agreement can be struck with the bloc
Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove admits no-deal Brexit would cause ‘bumps in the road’ but says leaks represent worse case scenario
Labour leader tells MPs cabinet secretary’s written response to query should inform plans for combatting an election-time EU exit
Three weeks into his cabinet career, Commons leader says he ‘previously thought only corporate bankers worked such hours’