Civil service chief says 'lessons will be learned' after row over PM's 'die in a ditch' Brexit speech to police
Britain’s most senior civil servant has said the Prime Minister's Office will "learn lessons" after Boris Johnson was accused of using the police for political purposes during an officer recruitment launch.
Labour has requested a meeting with Mark Sedwill, the cabinet secretary, to explore what would happen if Boris Johnson refuses to quit following a no-confidence vote in his government. John McDonnell,
Mark Sedwill, the cabinet secretary and head of the civil service, has admitted that Brexit is “unsettling” colleagues across Whitehall and has pledged to listen to officials’ mounting concerns, according
Cabinet secretary urged to look into conflict of interest fears raised by Philip Hammond and Rachel Johnson The UK’s most senior civil servant is under pressure to investigate Boris Johnson’s financial
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