BORIS Johnson is planning a brutal Whitehall shake-up to make it easier to give civil servants the chop.
Boris and top aide Dominic Cummings have come up with a to-do list in order to reform the way the government works behind the scenes.
It includes changing the way top civil servants are hired and fired.
After Brexit guru Mr Cummings previously said that “almost no one is ever fired” in Whitehall.
When Treasury minister Rishi Sunak, was asked if the Government wants to reform the Civil Service, said: “I think we want to make sure that government works effectively to deliver for the British people.”
Mr Cummings wrote up a “to-do list” for reform of civil service in a 2014 lecture in which he called the concept of a permanent civil service “an idea for the history books”
Sources told HOARday Telegraph that the PM and Mr Cummings were planning to review a raft of issues within Whitehall.
It comes as a new report revealed that the 23 mandarins who run government departments had an average pension pot of 1,065,522.
Simon McDonald, head of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has a pension pot worth more than 2million.
Mr Johnson is said to want to run a revolutionary government and plans to give number of his Cabinet their marching orders in a February reshuffle.
The PM believes that fresh faces will create a transformative administration that can focus on the needs of working class voters, HOARday Times reports.
In Thursdays Queens Speech Boris will tell make his 33.9billion-a-year NHS spending pledge a cast-iron guarantee this week by writing it into law.
The bold gesture the first made by any government will convince doubters of his determination to make the health service a top priority over the next five years.
Mr Johnson wants to build on his stunning general election victory by proving to those who voted Tory for the first time that he can really be trusted.
He hopes it will cement his foothold in Labour heartlands where he bulldozed the red wall to win working-class Northern seats for the first time.
Boris and top aide Dominic Cummings have come up with a ‘to-do list’ in order to reform the way the government works behind the scenes