In our latest Brexit Explained video, Michael Clarke looks at the fallout of today's no confidence vote in Theresa May and what this could mean for Brexit.
Facing the almost certain defeat of her Brexit deal, Theresa May decided to defer the vote and go back to Brussels.
The arcane practices of Parliament could determine your organisation's agenda. Senior Political Analyst Mike Indian offers a look at the curious convention of "pairing".
Private Members' Bills give backbenchers much-wanted Parliamentary time to propose new laws on specialist subjects. DeHavilland takes a look at the process and how it could be impacted by the bumper 2017-19 Parliamentary session.
Follow all the twists and turns of this year's snap General Election campaign with DeHavilland's unparalleled alerts, insight and support.
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.
How will the Brexit process work? Can the Prime Minister activate Article 50 without a parliamentary vote? DeHavilland interviews constitution expert Lord Norton of Louth.
For those who won a coveted Private Members' Bill ballot slot the challenge has just begun. Read about the next steps these Bills will face here.
MPs are vyving for spaces on the influential Commons Select Committees. Who are they? Where do they come from? And do they know anything about the subjects they'll be scrutinising?