‘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
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PM also repeatedly refused to say what she meant by "dire consequences" for the UK if it failed to get a good Brexit deal
Brexit isn’t the only difficult issue that next month’s vote needs to fix
Manifesto U-turn comes after criticism of plan dubbed a "Dementia Tax" by their opponents.
Analysis warns that continuation of 1% limit on pay increases will exacerbate public sector recruitment problems
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Terminological inexactitudes: handy translations of Whitehall jargon (snap election special edition)
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Former head of the Government Legal Department Sir Paul Jenkins says Whitehall needs better political guidance on Brexit priorities
Wealthy pensioners will lose state-funded fuel allowance under Tory plans to shake-up the social care system, Theresa May will announce today.
Party also pledges to increase income tax to pay for NHS cash boost
Party’s manifesto confirms pledge to end public sector pay cap and take rail franchises into Whitehall control
PM says she will ‘be around’ for entire Brexit process if the Conservatives in the election
Senior Foreign Office figure will become top aide to prime minister