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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.
Author: Jo Hall
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.
Author: Jo Hall


EP 2019 Briefing

Your Guide to the European Parliament Elections

With the EP elections rapidly approaching, DeHavilland has produced a briefing to answer a series of key questions about the vote, Parliament and the next steps once MEPs take their seats.

Spring Statement 2019 briefing

Spring Statement 2019 Roundup

Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his Spring Statement 2019, the last major Parliamentary event before the UK leaves the EU. In it he responded to the OBR's economic forecasts and made a series of announcements.

Brexit: Next Steps briefing

Brexit: Next Steps briefing

In this briefing we clarify what will happen next in the Parliamentary debates if the Prime Minister chooses to pursue a new meaningful vote, an extension to Article 50, or no Brexit at all.

Extending the Article 50 deadline?

Extending the Article 50 deadline?

What is the process for this scenario, how will the politics play out in Westminster and Brussels, and what are the potential scenarios over the long and short term?

After the Meaningful Vote

After the Meaningful Vote

Ahead of a crucial debate about the next steps in the Brexit process on Tuesday 29 January, DeHavilland has published a concise explainer about what happens next.