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...
Almost one in three headteachers are using their Pupil Premium funding to plug gaps in their school’s budget, research has revealed.
Senior figure in Manchester devolution deal says Brexit shows centralised UK has not served country well
Committee calls for purdah rules to be revised for the digital age and extended for referendum campaign periods
New appointment to lead on Brexit department’s policy and legislative agenda
£120,000 post will forge links between science and technology sectors in effort to boost trade
Outgoing civil service commissioners highlight concerns that pay restrictions are limiting the attractiveness of some posts, while slow recruitment processes stop departments hiring top candidates
Rules introduced by ministers to stop legal aid being granted to prisoners in certain situations have been deemed unlawful by the Court of Appeal
Theresa May’s advisers “lack strategic perspective” to take advantage of the opportunities of Brexit, a former Treasury minister has said.
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Foreign secretary’s mayoral fixer becomes non-executive director at King Charles Street
Former Cabinet Office minister says his perception of the civil service went “downhill a lot” during the coalition government
Select committee voices fears Brexit process may cause departments to miss implications of new European laws