Geoffrey Lyons reviews two books on debt by men who had key roles following the financial crisis
Civil service race champion said it could take 10 years for progress on racial diversity to...
If Whitehall pushes ahead with plans to move civil servants around the country, it must conduct proper impact evaluations
Latest ONS data shows UK weekly earnings fell by 0.5% in real terms in the 12 months to June 2017
FDA civil service union lambasts report that names and shames top-earning DWP civil servants
CIPD survey found that public sector pay increases stuck at 1% due to pay cap, half the level of the private sector
Many British civil servants who worked in India leading up to the 1947 partition 'wrestled with a sapped sense of humanity', writes Colin Alexander
Whitehall official warns accelerated timetable could mean 'minimum scrutiny for vital negotiation documents'
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Whitehall has an average gender pay gap of 13%, analysis of official statistics shows
Civil servants are increasingly working overtime and face being continually on call for major emergencies. Whitehall staff need uninterrupted breaks to recharge their batteries – even if that means leaving some summer emails unanswered
Non-ministerial department was forced to delay launch of new redundancy scheme after court quashed existing terms
Interview: Arts and Humanities Research Council chief Andrew Thompson on the impact of Brexit and importance of history in policymaking
As an academic specialising in modern empire, Andrew Thompson knows a lot about the trials and tribulations of large organisations. He also runs one. The chief executive of the Arts and Humanities Research Council tells Geoffrey Lyons about the council’s impending transformation and the importance of understanding the past to shape the future
Comments come amid reports the government could be prepared to pay £36bn Brexit divorce bill to settle its financial commitments to the EU