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Liz Truss is accused of 'personally' ordering the sacking of top Treasury mandarin Tom Scholar

Liz Truss claimed to have 'personally' pushed for the sacking of Sir Tom Scholar His ousting as the Treasury's top civil servant has caused fury in Whitehall Cabinet Secretary Simon Case is blasted for having 'acquiesced' to Government Liz Truss is claimed to have personally pushed for the sacking of top Treasury civil servant Sir Tom Scholar as the Prime Minister continues to face a Whitehall backlash.

dailymail.co.uk ,  16 days ago 164
Liz Truss is accused of 'personally' ordering the sacking of top Treasury mandarin Tom Scholar

King Charles promotes Prince William's former confidante: Details

Simon Case used to work alongside the Prince of Wales King Charles III is experiencing a time of great change. While mourning his beloved mama and preparing for her funeral service, he is also faced with the enormous task of leading the country as its new monarch. WATCH: Watch as King Charles realises he has made a big mistake: 'Oh dear'

hellomagazine.com ,  16 days ago 4
King Charles promotes Prince William's former confidante: Details

Why is Liz Truss sacking top civil servants? Because she wants to suppress dissent

This is government Trump-style – the PM would rather lose the benefits of insight and experience than tolerate opposing views The prime minister’s peremptory sacking of the head of the Treasury, Tom Scholar, is ominous. It was one of her first decisions and cannot have been anything he said or did.

theguardian.com ,  18 days ago 5
Why is Liz Truss sacking top civil servants? Because she wants to suppress dissent

Top civil servant Simon Case 'will be spared the sack' by Liz Truss after row over axing of Treasury mandarin

Simon Case is expected to be kept on by new PM Liz Truss as Cabinet Secretary She was initially thought to be considering replacing the head of the civil service Ms Truss believed to have been impressed by Mr Case during handover of power Full coverage: Click here to see all our coverage of the Queen’s passing

dailymail.co.uk ,  18 days ago 24
Top civil servant Simon Case 'will be spared the sack' by Liz Truss after row over axing of Treasury mandarin

Your three-minute digest

1 Liz Truss is expected to retain Simon Case as her cabinet secretary after he played a critical role in designing her £150 billion energy package. Such a decision would appear to represent a change of heart and comes after a backlash when Truss removed Tom Scholar, the permanent secretary to the Treasury, in one of her first acts in office.

thetimes.co.uk ,  19 days ago 0
Your three-minute digest

Liz Truss decides against sacking Simon Case as cabinet secretary

Liz Truss is expected to retain Simon Case as her cabinet secretary after a backlash over the sacking of another senior civil servant. The prime minister had been planning to sack Case and replace him with James Bowler, the permanent secretary at the Department for International Trade. The Times has been told, however, that Truss is now likely to retain Case for the long term.

thetimes.co.uk ,  19 days ago 0
Liz Truss decides against sacking Simon Case as cabinet secretary

Prime Minister Liz Truss was told the Queen had died two hours before Brits found out

Truss was informed of the Queen’s death at 4.30pm, the Prime Minister’s official spokesman said, having been told by Cabinet Secretary Simon Case in the increasingly jittery Commons The new Prime Minister Liz Truss was told the Queen had died two hours before Brits found out.

dailystar.co.uk ,  22 days ago 67
Prime Minister Liz Truss was told the Queen had died two hours before Brits found out

Liz Truss has spoken to the King and will gather her ministers tonight

"With the King’s family, we mourn the loss of his mother." Prime Minister Liz Truss was informed of the Queen’s death at 4.30pm, the Prime Minister’s official spokesman said. The Prime Minister was told the news by Cabinet Secretary Simon Case.

devonlive.com ,  22 days ago 8
Liz Truss has spoken to the King and will gather her ministers tonight

Liz Truss sends top team for talks with No 10 officials ahead of her formally taking over the Government

The new Prime Minister’s aides were previously banned from engaging with most civil servants until the leadership election was formally concluded Aides to Liz Truss have been locked in talks with officials in 10 Downing Street after finally being given access to the Whitehall machine 24 hours before the new Prime Minister takes office.

inews.co.uk ,  25 days ago 2
Liz Truss sends top team for talks with No 10 officials ahead of her formally taking over the Government

Fury as nearly 40 civil servants have pension pots worth more than £1 MILLION

MINISTERS must stop the “Whitehall retirement racket” with nearly 40 civil servants have pension pots worth more than £1 million, campaigners say. Lucrative retirement deals that are far more generous than those in the private sector must be reviewed immediately, ministers have been warned. Ex-Foreign Office mandarin Lord McDonald enjoys the largest pot valued at a £2.2 million, research shows.

thesun.co.uk ,  1 month ago 5
Fury as nearly 40 civil servants have pension pots worth more than £1 MILLION

Former Treasury man lined up to head civil service

Liz Truss is believed to favour appointing a former Treasury mandarin as the head of the civil service in a bid to bolster No 10’s economic firepower. James Bowler, permanent secretary at the department for international trade, is the frontrunner to replace Simon Case as cabinet secretary if Truss wins the leadership contest.

thetimes.co.uk ,  1 month ago 1
Former Treasury man lined up to head civil service

Truss and Sunak should agree joint plan on ‘terrifying’ energy bills, says CBI boss

Tony Danker calls on cabinet secretary Simon Case to help arrange emergency talks now Article bookmarked Find your bookmarks in your Independent Premium section, under my profile Don't show me this message again ✕ Liz Truss refuses to commit to extra payments to help with energy bills Conservative leadership rivals Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak should get together to agree on the outline of a plan to help Britons with soaring energy bills, said the head of the UK’s leading business organisation.

independent.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
Truss and Sunak should agree joint plan on ‘terrifying’ energy bills, says CBI boss

Boris Johnson could be told to correct false jobs claims as one of his final acts as PM

Senior MP Sir Stephen Timms has asked the Cabinet Secretary to 'ensure' Boris Johnson 'corrects the record' before he leaves Downing Street on September 6 Boris Johnson could be told to correct his false claims about jobs as one of his final acts as Prime Minister. A leading MP has written to Cabinet Secretary Simon Case asking him to “ensure” the Prime Minister “corrects the record” before he leaves No10 on September 6.

mirror.co.uk ,  1 month ago 401
Boris Johnson could be told to correct false jobs claims as one of his final acts as PM

Tory leadership: Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak ordered to condemn Whitehall leaks designed to undermine rivals

The warring Tory leadership candidates issue similarly worded statements condemning disclosures from government after i revealed they are causing ‘distrust’ among ministers Warring Conservative leadership campaigns have been ordered by Cabinet Secretary Simon Case to publicly condemn Whitehall leaks designed to undermine their rivals after i revealed the disclosures were causing distrust among ministers.

inews.co.uk ,  2 months ago 3
Tory leadership: Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak ordered to condemn Whitehall leaks designed to undermine rivals

Tory leadership: Cabinet secretary wades into row over Liz Truss ‘smear campaign’

Simon Case intervenes as Tory concerns grow that race for No 10 has become increasingly hostile Article bookmarked Find your bookmarks in your Independent Premium section, under my profile Don't show me this message again ✕ Cabinet secretarySimon Case has intervened in a row over claims of a smear campaign against Tory leadership favourite Liz Truss.

independent.co.uk ,  2 months ago 726
Tory leadership: Cabinet secretary wades into row over Liz Truss ‘smear campaign’

Simon Case expected to stay as cabinet secretary – but not for very long

Simon Case is expected to offer to step down from his role as cabinet secretary when the new prime minister takes office in September. He is likely to follow the practice of his predecessors and make clear to either Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak that he will remain in place only if he has their confidence.

thetimes.co.uk ,  2 months ago 1
Simon Case expected to stay as cabinet secretary – but not for very long

Penny Mordaunt backers blame ‘vicious personal smears’ for her Tory leadership downfall

Supporters attack ‘venom’ from rival camps as candidate misses out on place in the final two to Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss Penny Mordaunt narrowly failed to make the final two of the Conservative leadership race because of a “vicious personal smear campaign” against her, allies have suggested.

telegraph.co.uk ,  2 months ago 18
Penny Mordaunt backers blame ‘vicious personal smears’ for her Tory leadership downfall

Probe launched into leaks aimed at torpedoing Penny Mordaunt's Tory leadership bid

Cabinet Secretary Simon Case has opened an inquiry after confidential papers suggesting Ms Mordaunt planned to water down rules for gender transitioning emerged at the weekend A probe has been launched into alleged leaks seemingly aimed at torpedoing Penny Mordaunt's bid for Downing Street. Cabinet Secretary Simon Case has opened an inquiry after confidential papers suggesting Ms Mordaunt had planned to water down rules for gender transitioning emerged at the weekend.

mirror.co.uk ,  2 months ago 211
Probe launched into leaks aimed at torpedoing Penny Mordaunt's Tory leadership bid

Leak inquiry launched after claims civil service tried to damage Penny Mordaunt's chances in Tory leadership race

Cabinet Secretary Simon Case says it is "paramount public resources are not used to support leadership campaigns" during the race to lead the party and become prime minister. The Cabinet Office has launched an inquiry after accusations civil servants leaked information to the press to damage Penny Mordaunt's chances in the Conservative leadership race.

news.sky.com ,  2 months ago 36
Leak inquiry launched after claims civil service tried to damage Penny Mordaunt's chances in Tory leadership race