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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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Blog

6 August 2015
The UK is set to be the first Member State to ever hold a referendum on continuing membership of the European Union - but are other countries going to follow suit, or is this an isolated phenomenon?
Author: Alex Boxell
8 July 2015
With the Summer Budget, George Osborne launched a series of fresh policies to bring the books further into line. Read our analysis.
Author: Anna Haswell
6 July 2015
With the second Budget of the year being announced on 8 July. DeHavilland takes a look at the circumstances leading up to this event and the likely content of Mr Osborne's speech.  
Author: Anna Haswell
6 July 2015
For those who won a coveted Private Members' Bill ballot slot the challenge has just begun. Read about the next steps these Bills will face here.
Author: Anna Haswell
6 July 2015
Deputy Editor Harry Davies shares his favourite political news sources, books and love for all things Apple.
Author: Harry Davies