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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.
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16 June 2015
Private Members' Bills give backbenchers a unique chance to snatch a little Parliamentary time for proposed laws of their own choosing. DeHavilland takes a look at the MPs who lucked out in the draw determining who gets the best shot at passing legislation.
Author: Madhav Bakshi
11 June 2015
Financial services stakeholders gathered in Brussels this week to discuss the next steps for the Capital Markets Union with the European Commission. Read EU Policy Analyst Alex Boxell's blog on Monday's Public Hearing.
Author: Alex Boxell
1 June 2015
DeHavilland takes a look at the lesser-known winners and losers of Decision 2015.
Author: Harry Davies
29 May 2015
Madhav Bakshi analyses where the pollsters went wrong and why nobody saw the results of the General Election coming.
Author: Madhav Bakshi
28 May 2015
James Morgan shares some of his political news sources, parliamentary blogs and his diverse taste in biographies.
Author: James Morgan