Attorney general Jeremy Wright reveals the government is rethinking the plan, which had been criticised by some senior legal figures
Supreme Court rules that civil servants do not need to prove disadvantage to bring tribunal cases over assessment system
Britain must negotiate its divorce from the EU before talks can start on any future relationship, Donald Tusk said today in a major blow for Theresa May.
“Streamlined” use of delegated powers will be used to correct and update EU law onto the UK statute books
Davinder Mann promoted to lead operations at business-aiding agency
Three former heads of the civil service – Lords Kerslake, O'Donnell and Turnbull – among those calling for assurances that EU citizens can remain in Britain after Brexit
Treasury Solicitor Jonathan Jones on 2017 and what Brexit means for the the Government Legal Service
With the end of 2016 fast approaching, we asked the UK's top officials to look back at the year, outline their goals for 2017 – and shed some light on their festive favourites. Jonathan Jones, Treasury Solicitor and head of the Government Legal Service, takes part in our annual perm secs round-up...
Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders: "I want the CPS to be a place that is committed to supporting our staff"
With the end of 2016 fast approaching, we asked the UK's top officials to look back at the year, outline their goals for 2017 – and shed some light on their festive favourites. Alison Saunders, Director of Public Prosecutions, takes part in our annual perm secs round-up
Proceedings set to last for four days, with a ruling due in the new year
Making a success of Brexit does not mean UK should ditch its reputation as a "free, tolerant, outward facing society", says former Foreign Office permanent secretary
Institute for Government says ruling on Parliamentary approval for Article 50 trigger will “greatly impact” Theresa May’s plans to enact leave mechanism by March 2017
Comments come as government fights legal challenge arguing it it does not have the power to trigger Article 50 without the consent of parliament
The prime minister has promised a bill to repatriate EU law to the UK. But, writes George Peretz QC of Monckton Chambers, there is a serious risk that swathes of legislation, drafted in a hurry by overworked civil servants, will be waived through without proper parliamentary scrutiny