Justice and Public Safety
Secret Intelligence Service chief details how he interacts with Downing Street and what he looks for in new recruits
Report warns plan to hire 20,000 extra police will ramp up sentencing, prisons and probation work
Budget cuts and policy changes could be among reasons for delays, Migration Observatory says
Inquiry will ensure "lessons are learnt to prevent these shocking events happening again"
Johnson commits MHCLG and Home Office to legislating for first-phase report recommendations
MPs sceptical over "government’s poor track record in delivering promised new prison places"
Devolution move seeks to align policy and spending decisions with health, education and social welfare
Response to the Justice Committee reveals that Cabinet Office-led Reducing Reoffending Board has been scrapped
MPs applaud departmental drive to secure longer-term funding to tackle poor maintenance
Authorities look to Whitehall’s ground-breaking Race Disparity Audit to understand and improve local issues
Shadow minister says Boris Johnson’s behaviour is a source of “unease” in civil service
Fifty-strong list of individuals and teams reveals those in the running for honours in the 14th annual Civil Service Awards