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.
The legislative action won't stop this February as energy markets prepare for significant reforms. Read more from Monitoring Consultant Andrew Huckle.
2018 is looking like a big month for energy regulator Ofgem as it addresses the Government's bill capping proposals while extending its pre-payment safeguards. Read more from Monitoring Consultant Andrew Huckle.
Big Budget news for the energy sector will continue to make waves in December, while the threat of energy price capping is producing some notable industry reactions. Read more from Monitoring Consultant Andrew Huckle.
The energy price cap faces stringent scrutiny this month following the publication of draft legislation, while a major new review on energy costs promises to outline a vision for the future. Read more from Monitoring Consultant Andrew Huckle.
Politics is back in action with a bang this September as MPs return to confront an array of unenviable policy challenges. From Brexit negotiations to the breakdown of Parliamentary voting conventions, Autumn 2017 is shaping up to be an explosive political season, and it all starts with September. Read our Monitoring Consultants' guide to the key moments this month.
Get the lowdown on why you can't afford to ignore what's happening in the policy world, even during the Parliamentary Recess.
Recess has begun in Westminster, but in an age of Brexit, politics never stops. Get the inside scoop on what to look out for across the sector spectrum this month.
As the dust settles from the 2017 General Election, MPs contemplate an altered state of political reality. So what's on the agenda next for Ministers, Committees and industry stakeholders across the sector spectrum?