Influential research institute says main parties’ policy proposals – including on public-sector pay – mask the real choices facing the nation and their consequences
Party’s manifesto promises “an end to wasteful public spending programmes” and a drive to make...
Academics say giving NHS patients access to unapproved medication was a “significant expenditure” that delivered “no meaningful value”
MPs question need for tax collection agency’s shift to city centre bases amid digital services drive
Ministers are drafting new laws so the Government can continue imposing sanctions on foreign countries after Brexit, it has been reported.
Plan for bills will be set out on 19 June
Institute for Government report draws lessons from global take-up of Blair-era innovation
Public Accounts Committee says Better Care Fund failed to meet goals
Current government reporting of public spending does not allow public to properly assess value for money of policies, according to report
Public Accounts Committee says the Department for Education lacks grip on school places plan
Announcement comes as Labour announces Jeremy Corbyn has held talks with Sir Jeremy Heywood
Spending watchdog finds departments are getting better value for money from their estates, but warns plans to share and centrally manage property are not making headway
Wash-up period sees government compromise to rush crucial tax legislation through House of Commons
Policy for 2017-18 also sets out latest steps taken to end progression pay in Whitehall