Crawford Falconer, who starts at the Department for International Trade this week, says new trade arrangements will “improve the global prospects for political openness and stability”.
Chapman, who has called for the creation of a new centrist party, says Treasury staff “could be running any multinational company they wanted”
FDA civil service union lambasts report that names and shames top-earning DWP civil servants
Proposal also seeks to allow the UK to negotiate trade deals with other nations within transition period
CIPD survey found that public sector pay increases stuck at 1% due to pay cap, half the level of the private sector
Authorities demand funding assurances and guidance on replacement materials
Whitehall official warns accelerated timetable could mean 'minimum scrutiny for vital negotiation documents'
Jobcentre workers begin two-week strike over controversial closure plans
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Vastly experienced civil servant replaces Alex Holmes as COO of Whitehall digital body
Transport agency launches new campaign after torrent of abuse, including lorry drivers trying to run enforcement cars off the road
Former prime minister salutes civil service professionalism and crisis management but says it is poor at delivering change
Union calls for Whitehall employers to seek out departed staff and pay additional settlements after successful High Court challenge to revised Civil Service Compensation Scheme