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Whitehall could be opening its doors to young people without a university education.

Civil service opens up to those who skip university

A new Civil Service scheme will recruit young people who did not go to university for jobs across several government departments.

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  • Live blog covering this week's government announcements

    Whitehall briefing w/b 08/04/2013

    Politics.co.uk tracks the week's government announcements and developments, ministerial appearances and speeches, consultations and White Papers.

  • Live blog covering this week's government announcements

    Whitehall briefing w/b 02/04/13

    Politics.co.uk tracks the week's government announcements and developments, ministerial appearances and speeches, consultations and White Papers.

  • Live blog covering this week's government announcements

    Whitehall briefing w/b 25/03/13

    Politics.co.uk tracks the week's government announcements and developments, ministerial appearances and speeches, consultations and White Papers.

  • Live blog covering this week's government announcements

    Whitehall briefing w/b 18/03/13

    Politics.co.uk tracks the week's government announcements and developments, ministerial appearances and speeches, consultations and White Papers.

  • Live blog covering this week's government announcements

    Whitehall briefing w/b 11/03/2013

    Politics.co.uk tracks the week's government announcements and developments, ministerial appearances and speeches, consultations and White Papers.

  • Live blog covering this week's government announcements

    Whitehall briefing w/b 04/03/13

    Politics.co.uk tracks the week's government announcements and developments, ministerial appearances and speeches, consultations and White Papers.

  • Today, another naked protester can be added to the list with the infamous 'Naked Rambler.'

    Top five naked British protests

    Today, roads around Whitehall were closed due to a naked protester who mounted a statue of the second Duke of Cambridge. To celebrate this exciting event, here are the top five naked protests in UK recent history...

  • The cost to the tax payer is now estimated to be £126 million.

    Cost-saving departments 'overspent by £500m'

    Government departments set up to save money have ended up overspending by up to £500 million, the National Audit Office (NAO) revealed today.

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