Report calls for 'complete rethink of the structure, funding and oversight of forensic science'
It may seem like Brexit has turned collective responsibility into an irrelevance, but has the image of shared cabinet deliberations ever been a reality? Using the Blair administration as a starting point, Jon Davis examines this crucial – but fraught – part of our governing system
Following late night meetings in Strasbourg, prime minister says the government has strengthened agreement to make clear the UK can’t remain in Irish backstop indefinitely
Employees sued after being told to sit assessment later found to be discriminatory if they wanted a promotion
Right to rent checks have “little to no effect” on controlling immigration, says judge in High Court case
Ex-government lawyer says government would have to have cleared “a very high bar in court” to defend no-deal Brexit ferry procurement
First minister Nicola Sturgeon says she “is absolutely determined to increase the number of people from ethnic minorities who work in the organisation”
Chair of CDEI also encourages public sector to ‘use AI in ways that delight the citizen’
HMRC says the UK’s commitment to secure borders “will not change in the event of a no deal” despite temporary arrangements
Information commissioner also said departments had done the "minimum" work needed to comply with GDPR, but there was "much more to be done"
Civil service chief says combining the jobs is part of fusion agenda to boost teamwork across government
Sterling says social housing is particularly affected by power vacuum, with some homes at risk of being mothballed