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DeHavilland provides fast, accurate and relevant political monitoring, campaigning tools, and research services for public affairs professionals.

We can help you track the latest developments in Westminster, Scottish Parliament, National Assembly for Wales and Northern Ireland Assembly, and engage the stakeholders who matter most to your organisation. To find out more about EU political intelligence, visit DeHavilland EU.


4 March 2019
With the UK scheduled to leave the EU at the end of this month, a flood of Statutory Instruments are passing through both Houses at unprecedented speed.
Author: Philippa Keir
27 February 2019
March is crunch time for the Government with Brexit day set for the 29th. Jo Hall rounds up other key dates for Financial Services in March.
14 February 2019
The market's most accurate database of political stakeholders information now integrates seamlessly with your system.
11 February 2019
As Brexit continues to engulf UK politics, debates around the future of retail and the workplace continue to be on the agenda for the sector. 
Author: Jordan Sullivan
4 February 2019
With the cancellation of the February recess, Parliament is set to focus much of its attention on breaking the Brexit deadlock this month.


Queen's Speech Briefing - October 2019

With the Queen's Speech being the big news yesterday, DeHavilland has produced a briefing outlining what the government has set out, what the announcements tell us about the government’s intent, what the reaction from other politicians and stakeholders was and more.

Read our detailed briefing to find out more.

DeH Briefing: Spending Review

Spending Review Briefing - September 2019

DeHavilland has produced a sector-by-sector analysis of the spending review, including a summary of key announcements, stakeholder reaction, and analysis of the political context.

Custom Research - Example Reports

DeH Custom Research Sample Report

Here, you can download samples of our previous custom research reports.


Disinformation and digital taxation

The EU is currently engulfed in a clash over regulating tech companies in two key areas: disinformation and taxation.

Carbon Pricing

The importance of climate change in the May 2019 European elections has seen the revitalisation of the debate around carbon pricing policy in the EU.