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DfID perm sec Mark Lowcock ‘poised’ for United Nations move

12 May 2017

According to reports, the Department for International Development’s top civil servant is set to be appointed as under-secretary general for humanitarian affairs at the UN
 

Brexit will stymie Whitehall for a decade, warns former Blair aide

12 May 2017

Veteran negotiator Jonathan Powell lauds civil service’s post-referendum progress but cautions on remaining skills gaps

Election 2017: Labour wage plan 'spells five-fold increase in public servants on minimum rate'

11 May 2017

IFS analysis finds both Labour and Conservative plans would lead to increase in proportion of public sector workers paid national minimum wage

Think-tank slams parties’ election silence on deficit reduction

11 May 2017

Resolution Foundation flags potential £50bn public spending gulf ahead of scheduled cuts to departmental budgets

Civil servants working while sick or on holiday to manage workloads, survey finds

11 May 2017

FDA union calls for more investment in the civil service, as survey shows that 91% of senior managers regularly work more than their contracted hours