As April begins, Article 50 has been triggered and Brexit moves from domestic debate to international negotiation. Meanwhile this month, the Parliamentary year is drawing to an end and Queen's Speech speculation can commence.
The Spring Budget takes centre stage this month despite the ever-present shadow of the Government's deadline for Brexit. Here, DeHavilland's Monitoring Consultants highlight the biggest policy priorities for each sector this March.
The excitement won't stop this month as Westminster reels from an already-eventful January. To keep you up to date with everything that's going on, DeHavilland's Monitoring Consultants highlight the most important events taking place in February.
Prime Minister Theresa May and Business Secretary Greg Clark have launched the Government's long-awaited Industrial Strategy, designed to boost UK productivity and ensure regional growth at a time of Brexit uncertainty. Read more and download DeHavilland's essential guide.
The Lords Committee Stage of the Higher Education and Research Bill got off to an explosive start yesterday after peers rebelled on an amendment designed to ensure autonomy for universities.
2016 might have been a showstopping political year but January 2017 is already looking busy. DeHavilland's expert team of Monitoring Consultants have picked out the biggest issues and events coming up.
The year might be at an end, but the policy announcements continue as Theresa May's Government wrestles with the complexities of Brexit. DeHavilland's Monitoring Consultants give the lowdown on what's coming up this month.
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.
Conference season is in full swing and across the sector spectrum, politicians are busy grappling with the trickier conundrums presented by Brexit. Here, DeHavilland's Monitoring Consultants highlight the key issues for debate this month.
Returning from the Summer Recess means a focusing of minds on the Brexit task at hand, with accompanying shockwaves for each of the major policy areas. DeHavilland's Monitoring Consultants highlight some key themes and events to look out for in September.