The outgoing Public Appointments Commissioner said he was regularly pulled up by ministers
The next Commissioner for Public Appointments has their work cut out to stand up for the principle of public appointments made on nothing but merit
Marcus hit the Great Wall of Incomprehension while studying maths at university
The Civil Service supports the Government. That it should do so is the law. The Government has an official position on the referendum, and that is to stay in. The problem is that half the members of the Government don’t agree with the Government
Government 'determined to end inequality in taxpayer-funded jobs'
Sir Jeremy Heywood had previously said Freedom of Information legislation had a 'chilling effect' on Whitehall but is now understood to oppose fundamental reform of the Act
Exclusive: A wellbeing index would be a sound basis for Britain’s economic, health and social policies, says a new report
Experienced private sector staff could play a vital role in bridging the Civil Service's long-standing skills gap
Sir Jeremy personally intervenes to stop Work and Pensions Secretary blaming Robert Devereux for universal credit programme debacle
To the public this is no more than an SW1 issue, to the Whitehall mandarins it represents an earthquake
Former Cabinet Secretary says McBride had 'gone off the territory' even as a civil servant
Civil Service FC and Polytechnic FC play in match to mark FA's 150th anniversary
The Al-Jazeera Egypt network, along with three other stations known to have covered Muslim Brotherhood protests have been told to stop broadcasting by an Egyptian court.
Chicken, beef and egg inspectors have had £1m of tax on personal car use picked up over the past decade by the Scottish government, according to a whistleblower who signed off many of the expenses. Charles Russell, Scotland's senior poultry officer for 21 years, told The IoS that 19 cars are allocated to low- and mid-ranking civil servants, who saved £4,000-£6,000 every year in tax as a result of this perk. These officials also include six horticultural officers and eight school inspectors.
Conservative party election strategist denies discussed tobacco issues with PM or Health Secretary
Reform is coming to the Civil Service, but some worry it will harm more than help