International Affairs & Security
Antonia Romeo on running the new Department for International Trade and cross-Whitehall working on Brexit
In her first interview as permanent secretary of the Department for International Trade, Antonia Romeo tells Richard Johnstone about the progress already made, and the Brexit challenges to come, for this brand new ministry.
Leaked Home Office paper unveils plans to take immigration status check service entirely online
Antonia Romeo tells CSW that the government is looking for areas where “win-win” deals can be reached quickly
New investigatory powers commissioner begins role inspecting use of state surveillance by public authorities
International trade secretary draws fire for Brexit negotiations complaints
UK statistics chief Sir David Norgrove hits out at Home Office over “damaging” leak of student migration figures to media, in letter also copied to Sir Jeremy Heywood
Heads for Aircraft Carrier Alliance and Submarine Delivery Agency announced
Home secretary also indicates that ONS will set out plan to improve government’s use of administrative data next month
Sir Paul Jenkins says Brexit strategy would involve jurisdiction of European court in "all but name"
Crawford Falconer, who starts at the Department for International Trade this week, says new trade arrangements will “improve the global prospects for political openness and stability”.
Sir Malcolm McKibbin is to join the board of Co-operation Ireland after five years as top civil servant in Northern Ireland
Former foreign secretary said there was a ‘lack of confidence’ in the ministry when he took control in 2010
Think tank says that customs deal with the EU may not fully replicate exiting trade arrangements