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DeHavilland is the definitive provider of political intelligence, monitoring, research and consulting services in the UK & EU.

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Welcome to DeHavilland

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.


26 February 2015
EU Policy Analyst, Alex Boxell examines the European Commission's Energy Union: an attempt at a coherent energy and climate policy.
Author: Alex Boxell
6 February 2015
The Sustainable Energy Association is engaging with the energy debate and discussing what the industry still wants to hear from Government.
Author: Dave Sowden
5 February 2015
DeHavilland EU spoke at the recent European Regions Airline Association media briefing, where James Sibley addressed the key questions: ‘Who are the new faces in Brussels?’ and ‘What lies ahead for EU aviation policy in 2015?”
Author: James Sibley
2 February 2015
Each month we ask a public affairs professional to share what they’re reading and where they find their news.
Author: Arran Russell
2 February 2015
Chief Economist at the BBA, Richard Woolhouse examines the state of the UK economy and its impact on policy.
Author: Richard Woolhouse