Civil servants could be either ‘too fresh or too jaded’ to maximise no-deal Brexit preparation for October, highlights think tank
Commission chaired by former civil service head blasts government’s approach to economic development and calls for new £10bn-a-year fund
PM sets out measures intended to get MPs to back Brexit deal, including vow to complete work on "alternative arrangements" to the controversial Irish backstop by the end of 2020
Job spec states that the candidate will be required to lead the shift from a policy department to a greater operational focus
Minister reveals cost of building online service
Watchdog notes progress with post-Brexit trade agreements as well as capacity issues
Talks have been ongoing for a month as part of efforts to find a way to pass withdrawal agreement reached with European Union
In the latest instalment of our series on civil service leavers, we meet Andrew Morley, who after a working on policing and justice policy in the civil service, is now a consultant on public safety in the Middle East. He explains how he has used the skills he learnt as civil servant in a new environment
Justice secretary David Gauke says his plans will create a “smarter justice system that reduces repeat crime”
Plan addresses the "oft cited issue of pay disparity between internally and externally recruited senior civil servants"
Plan to move forward with withdrawal bill comes as prime minster continues talks with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn over possible compromise
After 10 years scrutinising government accounts and trying to stop departments from squandering taxpayers’ cash, the comptroller and auditor general Sir Amyas Morse is standing down from the National Audit Office. Jess Bowie meets him.