Prime Minister Theresa May shocked Westminster and the wider world on 18 April 2017 by announcing a snap General Election.
With Brexit beginning and a range of urgent constitutional questions confronting the Government, the poll promises to take on a unique historical significance, and will set the tone for the EU departure negotiations.
In addition, the victor will be handed the keys not only to Downing Street, but to unique and wide-ranging potential powers to reshape the British state as European regulations are replaced with fresh domestic rules and institutions.
At such a dramatic time, it's essential to keep track of all the latest. DeHavilland offers you the information and the tools you need to make the most of General Election 2017:
Communicate with candidates
A comprehensive document containing contact details for the top three candidates in all 650 Parliamentary seats, covering England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Benefit from biographies
Profiles of the most important candidates for the top target seats preoccupying pollsters this year.
Compare policy promises
Read analysis and comparisons of major party manifestos and discover every significant policy pledge in one handy place.
Go straight to the sources
Track top candidates' sentiments on the issues that matter with upates from their blogs, press releases and social media accounts.
Stay up to date
Receive daily roundups of news and events during the short campaign.
Get all the answers
Find the solutions to all of your election queries with our dedicated FAQ.
Understand in depth
Be the first to get our detailed briefings on key features of the campaign and the candidates and policies to watch for your sector.
GE2017 - comprehensively covered
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Robert joined DeHavilland in April 2016 with extensive experience working with some of the leading names in the public affairs and media industries including the Press Association and Foresight News, having originally studied Law and Politics at Keele University. He prides himself on developing a