Civil Service World brought together a panel of data experts from across the civil service to look at ways of increasing public safety through the better use of data. Mark Rowe reports
‘A demonstration of the aesthetics of public policy’: Sir Peter Housden on how the Scottish Government introduced a minimum price for alcohol
A court ruling this month means a Scottish Government plan to introduce a minimum price for...
Home Secretary pushes back against Police Federation warning on Home Office budget
Number 10 confirms plan to look again at ministerial veto over Freedom of Information requests, ahead of publication of Prince Charles' letters to departments
Former education secretary Michael Gove to take on justice secretary role while Nicky Morgan stays at DfE
Lord Falconer is the man entrusted by Ed Miliband with preparing Labour for government. Here he speaks to Matt Foster about the party’s plans for Whitehall, and why he thinks the coalition has got its relationship with the civil service "dramatically wrong". Photos by Louise Haywood-Schiefer
Report by the Public Accounts Committee says HMRC too slow in identifying potential abuse of tax reliefs
Policy-makers can learn from those who deliver on the front line, says the Better Regulation Delivery Office's chief executive Graham Russell
Attorney general's deputy legal secretary set to follow Michael Fuller in inspecting prosecutor's work
Prime minister David Cameron set to unveil new measures to crack down on child sexual exploitation
Treasury Solicitor Jonathan Jones reflects on a year in the job, as he aims to make the Government's in-house legal arm 'consistently excellent'
Home Affairs Select Committee calls for extension of abuse inquiry to cover all of the UK
Home secretary announces new chair of abuse inquiry, which will now have statutory powers
A police detective discusses the funding cuts and staff shortages that have hampered specialist departments in the force.