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The Government needs to ensure the scope of the inquiry into historic child abuse is limited in order to avoid the delays that have dogged the Chilcot Report, the country’s former top civil servant has said. Lord Butler, who was the Cabinet Secretary for a decade from 1988 and oversaw his own review into the use of intel...
Lord Butler said the delays in the publication of the Chilcot Report were unsurprising and were caused by the terms of reference for the Inquiry being too wide. “...
Tristram Hunt MP, Labour's Shadow Education Secretary, responding to the findings by the Comptroller and Auditor General that the financial statements produced by th...
Eric Pickles said the Communications Data bill proposed by the Tories was "very modest". "Things change, things move along, different methods of communication are...
Senior Whitehall officials need to improve their leadership skills, the new chief executive of the Civil Service has said. John Manzoni, who took up the post in ...
MoD press release The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has today published its third annual update to the defence equipment plan, after an independent audit found the cos...
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