Whitehall’s chief executive says thousands of civil servants have already been moved into Brexit roles, with around a quarter coming from outside government
Prof Ian Boyd cancels decision to step down and pledges to stay on for “at least another year”
Recent high-profile staff moves at the Department for Exiting the European Union have hit the headlines. Victoria Taylor, the FDA trade union’s national officer for DExEU and the Department for International Trade explains what is life is like on the inside of one of Whitehall’s most high-profile departments
Chair of welfare review body says model could be applied to contentious government plans to revise European legislation without parliamentary scrutiny
Heywood asked to investigate claim Boris Johnson breached ministerial code over FCO think tank launch
Launch of free trade think tank in the Foreign Office showed "astonishing lack of judgement in using official government buildings", says FDA
DExEU, Cabinet Office, and Defra under fire for refusal to answer information requests
Amid tensions between UK parliaments over EU Withdrawal Bill, incoming DExEU perm sec insists devolution is ‘meat and drink’ to civil servants
IfG urges civil service to ‘get a grip on Brexit workforce strategy’ as FOI request finds high staff turnover in DExEU
Lord Bridges said there’s no time to focus on anything but Brexit-related priorities
Theresa May set to give speech today setting out the government’s offer in the next stage of negotiations
With Brexit negotiations in full swing, the editors of Civil Service World, PoliticsHome, the Parliament Magazine, Holyrood Magazine, Public Affairs News, Total Politics, and The House have joined forces to discuss the latest political thinking from London, Brussels and Edinburgh.
Committee chair Bernard Jenkin says that Brexit will expose “where understandings are weak and where relationships are strained” in Whitehall
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.