Neither DExEU nor the Cabinet Office have “credible” plan to recruit, says Public Accounts Committee.
Tells his own MPs the PM is 'breathtakingly complacent'
'The civil service is left in the lurch, as ill-equipped as the Prime Minister is clueless.'
The Government has “no idea” how many civil servants and how much cash are being exclusively devoted to Brexit. Fifteen of
Stockton South's new MP is a practising GP who wants to run international development
The 2017 General Election saw 92 MPs elected to the Commons for the very first time. In a series of exclusive interviews
New Treasury plan may be too hardline for unions.
The 1% public sector pay cap could be lifted for some workers – but only if ministers find the money from “efficiency savings
It was a seismic year for British politics, but none of the prominent figures involved in the successful campaign to quit