‘It’s disturbing to see yourself played on stage’: Bernard Jenkin MP reviews new musical based on Kids Company hearing
The chair of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee finds the Donmar’s new musical Committee a fair and compelling portrayal of the hearing on the collapse of Kids Company
Minority governments evoke fear of chaos, but there may be an upside to the uncertainty, says...
Policies without adequate funds for implementation are little more than hot air, says the FDA...
Treasury and DExEU among departments to see most wide-ranging changes
Civil service union says new government must address ‘uncompetitive’ wages in Whitehall
'It’s a very big organisation and there are good and bad people': New Cabinet Office minister Damian Green appraises Whitehall
New minister responsible for civil service has praise for officials but also complains about 'ropey' delivery
Conservative manifesto set to be ‘pruned’ due to minority government, say ministers
Funding for Irish farmers and a softer approach to Brexit are understood to be among the DUP’s requests in return for supporting the minority Conservative government, as other leaders raise concerns about content of a Conservative-DUP deal
Close ally of Theresa May will take on responsibility for civil service as ‘deputy prime minister in all but name’ while Michael Gove returns to government
OPINION: From spad to good? After Timothy and Hill, now is the time to end government by fear and abuse
The former DWP permanent secretary argues for a return to civility in the corridors of power, and offers his tips for preventing the ascendance of overmighty special advisers whose presence crushes open debate and discussion
Senior Number 10 figures replaced by former housing minister Gavin Barwell, who lost his seat in the general election
A cabinet minister’s first day at their new department can set the tone for years to come. Andrew Greenway recalls those early encounters
Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party has new-found influence in Westminster now its 10 MPs look likely to prop up the Conservative minority government. Here are some its key policies of interest to the public sector.
Further appointments expected through weekend and next week
Election result: Conservative minority spells end of the public sector pay squeeze says Lord Bob Kerslake
Former civil service head predicts polls drubbing will take “austerity” off the political agenda