Discover DeHavilland's in-depth briefings analysing the impact of Brexit across a range of key sectors.
David Cameron's presentation on EU reform at last week's European Council summit was overshadowed by bigger issues - but what did we learn about his strategy?
The UK Government's long-awaited "Brexit Bill" was debated in the House of Commons for the first time on 31 January and 1 February. Read DeHavilland's handy summary of the key points in this crucial political event.
2016 was the most eventful year in recent political history. DeHavilland takes a look back over some of the key moments and how we covered them.
The Rt Hon Lord Lisvane KCB DL, former Clerk of the House of Commons and member of the House of Lords, speaks to DeHavilland’s Senior Political Analyst Mike Indian about the role of Parliament in Brexit.
The UK High Court has ruled that the Government may not trigger Article 50 without consulting Parliament. DeHavilland's Ben Zwolinski considers the implications of the landmark verdict.
An explosion of Committee inquiries has followed the UK's vote for Brexit. DeHavilland rounds up all the reports underway on key topics for Parliamentary scrutiny after the EU Referendum.
The UK has a positive attitude about the chances of trade agreements with countries such as Canada, with whom the EU has just signed the CETA agreement. Many British public figures state that forging in-depth trade relationships with international partners will actually be easier once the UK finally leaves the EU. However, the near-collapse of the CETA agreement last month between Canada and the EU begs the question of whether the process will be as straightforward.
The sudden resignation of pro-Brexit Conservative MP Stephen Phillips today was a reminder of the May Government's precarious position. DeHavilland's Mike Indian explains.
This week saw the election of the Chairs of five select committees, including the new Brexit and International Trade Committees. DeHavilland's Madhav Bakshi looks at who was elected and what their priorities may be going forward.