Tax department issues unprecedented statement after Cabinet ministers question tax decisions for Brexit-backing donors
Tax department issues unprecedented statement after Cabinet ministers question tax decisions for...
FCO teams up with DFID and British Council to tender for four-year framework to provide networking to 550 sites in the UK and throughout the world
MPs slam department’s weak oversight after company made unauthorised redundancy payouts totalling £1.76m
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Francis Maude: Civil service ‘no place for snowflakes’ – it must be robust enough to seek ministerial directions
Former Cabinet Office minister told MPs he became disillusioned with civil service skills and repeats call for basic training
Commons committee concludes DoH and NHS England did not do enough to determine whether patients were harmed by correspondence backlog
Department for Education insists process was followed with regard to Steve Lamey, who alleges a “witch hunt”
Office for Statistics Regulation tells perm sec department must tighten pre-release access procedures
New research carried out with Civil Service Employment Policy builds on case against “guided distribution” but shows performance can also be boosted by new management techniques
International development secretary and top officials insist department is pioneering transparency standards in government
National Cyber Security Centre marks first 12 months in existence by publishing report into threat landscape
Office for Statistics Regulation to monitor department while it implements a series of recommendations to improve transparency
Sir David Norgrove slaps down foreign secretary for "clear misuse of officials statistics"