The land of NHS founder Aneurin Bevan, Wales has seen a lot of changes since the health service was created 70 years ago. The Welsh Government’s top health official Andrew Goodall reflects on the enduring legacy of one of the nation’s favourite sons
MPs raise concerns about local authority finances and confusion in sector with DfE “rush” to convert schools
The NHS in Scotland is run by one of the country’s most senior and experienced civil servants – closely tying operational and policy management together. Paul Gray tells Richard Johnstone about the benefits of integration, and the need to plan for tomorrow
NICS challenge over High Court ruling to overturn incinerator planning decision rejected by Court of Appeal
Civil servants attend Brexit meeting to update planned white paper as discussions progress
Minster tells Parliament she wants to "correct the record" after receving open letter from NAO chief Sir Amyas Morse
Director general Kevin Cunnington gives speech detailing how the organisation has ‘changed the way we work with departments’
Proposals include annual statement setting out the current state of fish stocks "based on the latest scientific evidence"
MPs call on department to end hostile environment policies, not just rebrand them
Academics love nothing more than conversations with like-minded thinkers trying to solve problems. Here’s how the civil service can use these discussions to improve policy
Office of the Secretary of State for Scotland and Office of the Advocate General set for New Waverley move
Shadow Cabinet Office minister describes current arrangements as "not fit for purpose"