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.
The UK must say who will play the role of the European Commission after Brexit.
This report examines current practice in how business cases are used within government departments’ transformation teams.
Forecasts of the economic impacts of Brexit focus on the long-term and do not provide a guide to the immediate disruption from ‘no deal’.
Ministers should be called to explain when things go wrong under their watch – even if they are no longer in office.
Government is quietly shifting costs of public services on to individuals.
This report summarises the findings from a second survey of public bodies.
The UK has made a lot of progress on government data in recent years. But problems remain.
The progress made in delivering Brexit since the EU referendum and what to expect in the frantic few months ahead.