New government website includes new Brexit preparedness questionnaire
Johnson insists move would still leave "ample" time for Brexit debate, but decision criticised by Commons speaker as a constitutional outrage.
Chancellor says move to hold review next week would help match spending to new government’s priorities
Department declares former minister’s resignation pledge project a success
The leak of the Cabinet Office’s Operation Yellowhammer contingency planning shows how much government is working on mitigating the risks it can predict from a no-deal Brexit. But the government cannot prepare for things it doesn’t know will happen
Home secretary wants border restrictions to be imposed immediately after Britain leaves the European Union if no agreement can be struck with the bloc
Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove admits no-deal Brexit would cause ‘bumps in the road’ but says leaks represent worse case scenario
Three weeks into his cabinet career, Commons leader says he ‘previously thought only corporate bankers worked such hours’
Policy think tanks have become important in the development of policy in a relatively short space of time. Colin Talbot and Carole Talbot ask if this a good thing
Former civil servant Steve O'Neil takes a fresh look at the appliance of science at the heart of government
Figures from Prospect trade union come as government plans review of pension tax rules for public sector after NHS reforms
The Right to Rent scheme has been beset by criticism and fears that it could stoke discrimination since before its rollout in 2016, culminating in a damning High Court judgement this year. All the while the Home Office has said a panel of experts has helped to implement and monitor the scheme – but a long hiatus, ignored warnings and a lack of transparency have raised questions.