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...
One-year to the introduction of quarterly reporting announced after concern MPs on the Treasury committee
Hammond avoids big tweaks to Whitehall budgets, but targets extra funding for social care and business rate relief
Treasury trails Hammond's first Budget, as OECD upgrades UK growth forecast
RSA says power in the UK remains "too centralised" – and urges central government to give more freedom to local authorities to tackle regional imbalances
Civil service pay: Prospect union joins calls for Phillip Hammond to end “political football” of 1% cap
Union calls for independent review of pay as it warns that maintaining a 1% cap on pay rises is “unsustainable”
Experts say HMRC's online tool to help contractors calculate tax status is 'not fit for purpose' as effects of IR35 reforms start to bite. Rebecca Hill of CSW's sister title, PublicTechnology, reports
Continuing pay cap would mean up to 20% drop in average civil service earnings by 2020, union analysis reveals
After decades of reviews aimed at driving down the civil service's running costs, Sir Michael Barber, former chief of Blair's delivery unit, is hailed by one Whitehall-watcher as "much less celebrity and much more focused on getting the job done"
Chancellor will not use improved growth forecasts to borrow more money, it is reported
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Internal appointments come ahead of expansion of the public spending watchdog’s remit
Public Accounts Committee says accountability system for major electrification programme was too complex, and casts doubt on cost estimates even after £1.2bn increase