The Brexit effect is tearing up the rules of government
Twenty years after devolution, Ministers in Scotland and Wales say they are ignored by the Government in Westminster, and this feeling has been heightened in the wake of the Brexit referendum, says a new report by the Institute for Government.
The Home Office may not be the right department to manage immigration policy after Brexit
The UK is due to leave the European Union in just eight weeks’ time
The impact of Brexit is being felt throughout government
Staff turnover is weakening the civil service
One third of government’s spending is with contractors: last year, four departments spent more than half their budgets with external suppliers.
How to reconcile the commitments in the Withdrawal Agreement with the sovereignty of Parliament.
The political declaration on the future UK-EU relationship offers the first concrete indication of what a trade deal might look like. But with lots of detail still to finalise, it also leaves significant room for manoeuvre.