Top stories in the latest issue:
TORY GIG GUIDE
Deliveroo, facing claims from cycle riders who claim they should be treated as employees, is paying ex-Tory insiders to help its defence of the "gig economy".
The government has made more empty promises to people with disabilities - this time to new claimants who have just been hit by a massive cut in benefits.
DOWN TO THE SWIRE
George Osborne can at least count on one MP to come to his defence over his job-juggling - a fellow Tory who has personal experience of the subject.
MEPs will effectively be offered a take it or leave it vote on Brexit in 2019 - but don't tell Guy Verhofstadt, the Belgian scourge of Eurosceptics.
THE LIFT OF BRIAN
The battle between Number 10 and Prince Charles over the RAF Voyager jet, recently refitted at a cost of £10m, supposedly for prime ministerial outings.
A former senior policy adviser to Michael Gove is moving to a consultancy that works for a firm involved in Gove's botched probation privatisation.
Why have peers waved through plans to put David Cameron's £1.2bn National Citizen Service on to a statutory footing, despite a raft of concerns?
Even experienced Whitehall watchers have been taken aback by gaffe-prone Philip Rutnam's promotion to the top civil service job at the Home Office.
After years of resisting regulation of the private rented sector, the government is acting, with a plan to stop letting agents charging fees to renters.
Lobbying firm Portland has hired the diplomat who helped set up the Brexit department - though she remains a Foreign Office employee on unpaid leave.