Institute for Government report says universal pay hike could exacerbate Tories’ political woes amid £10bn spending hole
Study from techUK and Dods shows key obstacles becoming more – not less – entrenched
Oliver Robbins's move to top Brexit role in Number 10 ‘raises more questions than answers for Whitehall’
Move of civil service’s chief Brexit negotiator to the Cabinet Office will require new structures to be established with “time at a premium”, says IfG.
Analysis by GMB finds public sector now employs less than 17% of workers, with civil service headcount dropping by 18% since 2010
Successful candidate will work with home secretary to shape role of new Commission for Countering Extremism
Philip Rycroft, the second permanent secretary at DExEU, will take up top post following Robbins's move to Cabinet Office
Tim Razzall tells Civil Service World he blames government for lack of vision on Brexit
Sir David Norgrove slaps down foreign secretary for "clear misuse of officials statistics"
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Department’s most senior tax professional announces retirement at the end of the year
Leader of the house claims government policy on the pay cap has already been “thoroughly covered” after Labour tables opposition-day motion
New document reveals plans to probe central government responses to previous high-rise fires and impact of any failings on west London tragedy
Agency says small firms make up two-thirds of businesses on £330m framework to supply Government Hubs Programme