Confirmation of the new ministerial portfolios following last week’s reshuffle reveals switch in...
PACAC slams the “absence of safeguards” to ensure prime ministers do not bypass proper cabinet procedures, and urges government to publish the lessons it has learned from Chilcot Inquiry
Simon Case and Katrina Williams join the UK Permanent Representation to the European Union, as government prepares to issue Article 50 notification
International trade secretary's warning comes after reports officials in his department were dismissive of Commonwealth trade plan
Fledgling ministry offers £90,000 a year for senior officer to deliver “single device” for international trade staff to work with
Foreign Affairs Committee says UK should stick to its guns on Russia sanctions – but warns that decline in expertise at the FCO "must be reversed"
Three former heads of the civil service – Lords Kerslake, O'Donnell and Turnbull – among those calling for assurances that EU citizens can remain in Britain after Brexit
Liam Fox's staff start work in offices formerly occupied by DECC – and 007
Home Office perm sec on the move, with DfT chief Philip Rutnam taking the reins at Marsham Street
Interview: BEIS perm sec Alex Chisholm on merging DECC and BIS, the Industrial Strategy, and the Brexit challenge
Nine days after his appointment as permanent secretary of the Department of Energy & Climate Change, Alex Chisholm suddenly found himself running the newly-formed Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. Here he talks merging ministries, Brexit and championing both business and consumers with Sam Macrory
Cressida Dick set to leave Foreign Office director general role to return to policing
Ministers brace for parliamentary "ping pong" as peers scrutinise Brexit bill
Departmental data release breaks down £583m spend on foreign outposts during 2015-16