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Theresa May interrogates Michael Gove over new national security adviser appointment
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PM praises Sir Mark Sedwill after cabinet ousting
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Dominic Cummings leaves home after cabinet shake-up
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Sir Mark Sedwill to step down as UK's top civil servant
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Alarm over Boris Johnson's decision to appoint top Brexit aide as national security adviser while EU talks ongoingSurprise appointment follows departure of UK's top civil servant Sir Mark Sedwill
Boris Johnson news - live: PM's New Deal plan called 'hopelessly inadequate' ahead of launch as diplomatic figures condemn Mark Sedwill's departureFollow the latest updates from parliament
'Appalling and unnecessary': Top military and diplomatic figures condemn Mark Sedwill's departureWhile experts agree the posts of cabinet secretary and national security advisor were too much for one person to handle, the nature of Sedwill's exit has prompted accusations the government is..
Mark Sedwill: Cabinet secretary and top civil servant to step down in SeptemberThe most senior civil servant in Boris Johnson's government, Sir Mark Sedwill, is to stand down as cabinet secretary and national security adviser in September, Downing Street has announced.
Cabinet secretary rebukes civil servants and ministers for 'briefings and leaks' after Priti Patel allegationsMark Sedwill says 'good government' depends on politicians, aides and officials operating with 'confidentiality and courtesy'
Theresa May says civil service leaks about Jeremy Corbyn's health are 'unacceptable'Theresa May has condemned “unacceptable” comments over Jeremy Corbyn's health after reports emerged that government officials had claimed he was “too frail” to be prime minister. Downing Street..
UK government in 'pretty good shape' for no-deal Brexit: top officialBritain's government is in "pretty good shape" if it needs to leave the European Union without a transition deal on Oct. 31, Cabinet Secretary Mark Sedwill, the country's top civil servant, said on..