The civil service is not immune to “new year, new you” delusions, and HM Treasury is the main offender, says Andrew Greenway
"One of the main criticisms levelled at the parole system was a lack of transparency," justice secretary David Gauke said as he set out refomrs following John Worboys case
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell tells cabinet secretary that failing to prepare for an incoming Labour government could repeat problems of Brexit planning
Revelation comes as select committee concludes that a no-deal Brexit "cannot be allowed to happen".
MPs’ report backing the appointment provides an insight into recruitment process for senior government oversight role
Has the age of Twitter changed the Foreign Office – or just what we expect from documentaries? Sue Cameron considers the BBC’s recent exploration of the FCO
UK Supreme Court rejects request for NI attorney general for clarification on powers, saying they should be addressed in court case.
Reports claim the bloc could reopen exit talks if a clear parliamentary consensus emerges in Westminster.
Government Legal Department perm sec is one of just six lawyers recognised for non-court work
Scottish Government perm sec Leslie Evans apologises "to all involved for the failure in the proper application of this one particular part of the procedure"
Vote of confdence among Conservative MPs will be held this evening
May postpones vote as a group of MPs says it is “disappointed” in the Treasury's forecasting of the economic impact of Brexit