Dods People draws together a list of appointments in Westminster politics, the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector in the last week.
Julian Smith has insisted Boris Johnson read and agreed to the deal to restore power-sharing in Northern Ireland amid claims he was sacked over its contents.
Julian Smith has been sacked as Northern Ireland secretary despite brokering a deal to get the Stormont government back up and running just weeks ago.
Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has resigned following allegations he had sent hundreds of online messages to a 16-year-old boy.
We need a comprehensive devolution of all services in England to regional authorities and an indirectly elected 'Senate of the Nations and Regions' to replace the House of Lords, writes Lord Foulkes.
Devolving power away from Westminster and Whitehall would help to level up the Midlands and the North and give power back to local communities, writes Lord Kerslake.
Boris Johnson is facing fresh calls to guarantee that veterans of the Troubles will not face "unfair prosecution" as the Northern Ireland Assembly returns.
Boris Johnson has called on Northern Ireland’s restored government to “deliver for the people” after talks with leaders in Stormont.
Northern Ireland is on the verge of "an incredible time of opportunity" after the restoration of power-sharing at Stormont, Boris Johnson has claimed.
Boris Johnson has hailed a "momentous day" in Northern Ireland as the Stormont power-sharing executive got up and running again after three years of political deadlock.
After three years, and one attempted deal abandoned at a minute to midnight, Northern Ireland now has a devolved government.
Power-sharing has returned to Northern Ireland for the first time in three years after Sinn Fein said will support a deal to restore devolution in the province.
Labour leadership hopeful Clive Lewis has warned the party it must "modernise or die" in the wake of its devastating election defeat.
The power-sharing executive at Stormont could finally be restored after a new draft deal was published by the Irish and UK governments.
The DUP's retreat at the general election should hasten the demise of party leader Arlene Foster, writes Andrew McQuillan.
DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has lost his Commons seat as the political map in Northern Ireland was redrawn.
More than 100 victims of IRA violence have written to Jeremy Corbyn demanding that he and John McDonnell meet them.
For our General Election series, SNP's Ian Blackford writes that, the 12th December is "Scotland's chance to demand better, end austerity, escape Brexit and shut the Tory party out of Scotland."