Analysis warns that continuation of 1% limit on pay increases will exacerbate public sector recruitment problems
Wealthy pensioners will lose state-funded fuel allowance under Tory plans to shake-up the social...
Commission calls on civil service to scrutinise EU regulations relating to public services to plan reforms ahead of exit
Party’s manifesto confirms pledge to end public sector pay cap and take rail franchises into Whitehall control
Liberal Democrats join Labour in pledging to scrap 1% limit on wage increases
Ken Mulkearn says that 1% limit on increases under pressure due to service pressures
IFS analysis finds both Labour and Conservative plans would lead to increase in proportion of public sector workers paid national minimum wage
Resolution Foundation flags potential £50bn public spending gulf ahead of scheduled cuts to departmental budgets
The Institute for Government says budget projections must not provide “cover for misleading intentions”
New combined authority chiefs could improve services and boost local economies if offered new menu of powers, says think tank
Meg Hillier also slams lack of accountability for Whitehall chiefs after policy failures
Britain’s exit bill from the European Union could be pushed up to €100bn despite an initial estimate of around €60bn, it has emerged.
Shift in responsibility during staff reshuffle creates questions over civil service reform, says IfG
Think tank says lock is bad policy and is a serious constraint on the ability of the government to raise additional revenues