Jeremy Heywood

The five things you need to know about politics today.
1. PORN ULTIMATUM It’s the darkest day of the year folks, but from tomorrow the light starts to slowly return. Theresa May
HuffPost UK takes an in-depth look at what happens when awkward information becomes public.
In the world of politics, leaks - while often unwelcome - have come to be expected. From the surprise early release of Labour’s
The country's most powerful mandarin has been accused of breaching civil service political neutrality by publicly advocating
Downing Street has insisted there is no cabinet split over how to revive the economy, ahead of the potentially dire GDP figures
Many sections of the media have been awash with extravagant praise since her death: some justified; most wild exaggerations. The Tories have tried to milk the Thatcher legacy to halt their present collapsing poll ratings.
Sir Jeremy Heywood, the country's top civil servant, has said he suspected there was a "gigantic conspiracy" behind the row
David Cameron's shake-up of the top jobs in the civil service "may not be sustainable" and risks reducing Whitehall's most
Roger Gale and Bob Russell have been knighted by Queen, in what must be their greatest achievement since winning the Westminster