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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?
From Phase 1 to future trade, uncover the Brexit facts at every stage with DeHavilland's in-depth briefings.
On 15 February, DeHavilland hosted a special in-depth webinar to discuss the state of play on Brexit. Find out what our team had to say.
The Government faces the next stage of its epic Brexit battle this Spring as the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill passes from the House of Commons to the House of Lords. DeHavilland highlights the key features of this critical legislative phase.
In January 2018, Bulgaria took over the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU. News Assistant Alex Clark explains the significance and key expectations of the Bulgarian Presidency.
The long-awaited elections in France and the UK are now over and the pollsters missed the mark. The results from both events came as surprises to a different degree, yet both will have a strong impact on the EU.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Article 50 on Wednesday 29 March. Read DeHavilland's in-depth briefing on the meaning of this key Brexit moment, and what happens next.
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.
As Brexit talks begin to take shape, countries that will take part in them are realising that it will not be easy to complete negotiations unscathed.