If Whitehall pushes ahead with plans to move civil servants around the country, it must conduct proper impact evaluations
The run up to an election creates time to review what Whitehall comms projects have gone well and to learn lessons that can be used with the incoming government
William Ury, who has also helped end conflicts in Colombia, the Middle East and the Balkans, has met with officials
New combined authority chiefs could improve services and boost local economies if offered new menu of powers, says think tank
Department-sponsored study flags move as part of wider reform of franchising system
HM Treasury passed most bills in 2016-17 session, followed by DCMS, Home Office and DfE
Institute for Government report says free movement could stay for several years because new system won’t be ready
Britain’s exit bill from the European Union could be pushed up to €100bn despite an initial estimate of around €60bn, it has emerged.
Examining relationships between ministers and permanent secretaries will be key to civil service reform, select committee says as it highlights concerns over government’s capability to deliver Brexit
Former Cabinet Office minister details plan of action for newly-launched drive to free industry from unnecessary EU bureaucracy
Prospect calls for end to 1% pay cap as well as independent review of Whitehall wage levels
Tory policy guru launches cross-party initiative to consider how post-Brexit regulations can support the economy, with support from former cabinet secretary Lord Butler and business leaders
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee’s report on the lessons from the EU referendum raises a number of important issues that deserve further attention.