Jean-Claude Juncker has warned Theresa May that Britian will have to pay a multi-billion pound bill when it quits the EU.
Centralised purchasing body still needs to develop full business case, according to committee...
International trade secretary's warning comes after reports officials in his department were dismissive of Commonwealth trade plan
Pact pledges “appropriate” pay for new starters and protects salaries of existing staff members who retrain under apprenticeship proposals
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
IfG says realism is needed on the scale of the EU divorce challenge
Alexandra Jones set to leave Centre for Cities to take up new role
Public Accounts Committee says economic case is “crystal clear” for both houses to relocate for the duration of a £3.9bn overhaul
DCLG confirms it is also ditching the use of the phrase "turned around" to describe families who have been subject to interventions under the programme
Watchdog’s anger follows government response to committee’s Grimstone Review findings
Leigh Lewis says the time has come to consider more effective ways to set spending levels
Treasury and Cabinet Office vow to better align much-criticised SDPs with Brexit planning and Whitehall's ongoing £3.5bn efficiency review. But they reject calls to bring the public documents in line with the more detailed internal versions
Fledgling ministry offers £90,000 a year for senior officer to deliver “single device” for international trade staff to work with
Budget 2017: Hammond accused of "taking civil servants for granted" as he sticks to pre-Brexit cuts plans
Unions round on the chancellor as Budget sticks to George Osborne's 2015 departmental cuts plans in spite of Brexit vote