How do leaders decide what will catch the eye of the electorate? Read DeHavilland briefings outlining the policy processes for each of the six key political parties set to unveil a manifesto for the 2015 General Election.
DeHavilland reflects on the key themes of the 2015 Budget and what they say about the coming General Election campaign.
Today, Chancellor George Osborne delivered his final Budget of the Coalition Government. DeHavilland analyses the key themes behind his economic appeal to the country, and the Opposition response.
With the Budget looming, Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls seeks to occupy the middle ground with a more measured approach to austerity, while Prime Minister David Cameron wants voters to see the Conservatives as the party of security.
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.
Internet regulation – undoubtedly, the only issue cutting thorough the Brexit noise recently. Find out what's going on in the sector this month.
With the cancellation of the February recess, Parliament is set to focus much of its attention on breaking the Brexit deadlock this month.
November kicks off with Budget questions and evidence sessions. Find out what else is happening in the month ahead.
October will be a packed month of Committees, key speeches, and an early Budget, which will all impact the Tech, Media and Telecoms sectors.
October got off to a busy start with Labour and Conservative party conferences. Find out what's in store for the month ahead.