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Our service helps public affairs professionals track, monitor and evaluate the impact of the political environment, enabling them to effectively plan, implement and evaluate their organisations' objectives.

Our political intelligence, parliamentary monitoring and consulting services deliver news, information and bespoke research via our online platform and team of political researchers, giving you the inside track on the latest developments in Westminster, Parliament and Whitehall as well as the Scottish Parliament, the National Assembly for Wales and the Northern Ireland Assembly.

The service is tailored to your organisation’s requirements, giving you invaluable information that will enable you to horizon scan the political landscape. As a result you will be able to successfully identify potential opportunities and threats and thereby support your strategy more effectively.
If you are interested in finding out about our EU political intelligence, monitoring and consulting services then please visit our DeHavilland EU site.


18 December 2014
The stars came out for the inaugural Public Affairs Awards, where Lionel Zetter and Francis Ingham shared their lobbying insight with DeHavilland.
Author: Dr Michael Clarke
16 December 2014
As the end of 2014 nears, many pollsters have turned their minds to the shape of future coalitions, in light of Labour’s apparent Scottish wipeout.
Author: Mike Indian
16 December 2014
Recess beckons! Liberal Democrat Employment Relations and Consumer Affairs Minister Jo Swinson celebrates with an announcement about holiday pay.
Author: Leah Miller
16 December 2014
Labour tackles the sticky subjects of immigration and the economy, while the Conservatives cause consternation over humanist marriage and the Liberal Democrats seek to distance themselves from their Coalition partners.
Author: Anna Haswell
10 December 2014
The fallout from the Autumn Statement was a major theme for pollsters and pundits this week, with Red Box detecting a gloomy public mood about the prospects for future austerity.
Author: Leah Miller