Think tank finds that the Brexit-inspired recovery in civil service headcount from historic lows is unlikely to be reversed
"No doubt that Brexit has been a profound shock to the UK"
The head of the National Audit Office has set out his priorities for the role in an exclusive interview with The Civil Service World Podcast
Brexit has created a political crisis, but the civil service has stopped it becoming even more destructive, says the former DWP perm sec
No-deal Brexit operations centre to be wound down for the second time this year
"Flextension" granted as government launches Operation Brock no-deal contingency plan
Union says move is “height of hypocrisy” for ministers who legislated to make industrial action more difficult
FDA says members feel their Brexit work "isn’t being valued" as they turn down offer
Fears remain over the independence of proposed Office for Environmental Protection
Exit plan is backed by parliamentarians for the first time but scheduling dispute leaves deal in limbo
Civil service chiefs defend Get Ready for Brexit campaign and say appearance of police backing for PM speech was "unintentional"
Institute for Government says legislation timetable doesn't allow time for MPs to properly scrutinise deal