May needs to demonstrate that Whitehall is prepared – deal or no deal. Crossing one’s fingers and hoping for transition is not an alternative, or shouldn’t be.
Posts Tagged: Cabinet office
The Office of American Innovation might never get going, given Trump’s chaotic style, but the concept is a good one.
Charged with managing Whitehall, trouble-shooting, clocking Sturgeon, and preparing government for Brexit, his workload would make lesser mortals crumble.
The Cabinet Office could provide the structure – while a new department would be a costly distraction.
Who should be the next Tory leader? And will you vote Leave or Remain?
Instructions given to civil servants contravene the Cabinet Manual, the Ministerial Code, the European Referendum Act 2015 and the precedent from 1975.
Francis Davis: Transforming lives means taking risks. Don’t let the collapse of Kids Company persuade you otherwise.
The voluntary sector needs pooled budgets, enhanced leadership and greater innovation – and thus follow the lead of the best in the private and public sectors.
The pastures of diversity stretch out before us in all their fullness.
Number 10, Matthew Hancock, the Whips, Ministers themselves: all must ensure that Sir Humphrey’s grip is loosened.
Reasons to be Tory 14) Sheridan Westlake. And a bunch of other people you’ve probably never heard of.
On polling day, we honour the unknown heroes of this government – the Special Advisers, without whom little of what has been done would have been done.
Francis Maude MP: What we’ve done to improve value for money in government. And what we plan to do next.
Last year, over a quarter of central government spend went to SMEs. That’s a huge, and probably unprecedented, £11.4 billion.
All of the three main parties have frustrations with government. Nick Herbert’s GovernUp is there to help.
“The Cabinet Office really should have given some guidance here… they’ve made a mess of this.”
At the heart of the row over two of the Home Secretary’s SpAds is the view at the very top of the Party that the next election is all that matters.
The Tories may have been unprepared for Civil Service reform in 2010, but the same won’t happen in 2015. The plan is already in place and already working.