A new year brings politicians back to Westminster to confront an array of perplexing policy challenges.
With almost half the Article 50 trigger period now elapsed, Brexit negotiations are entering the critical second phase, with the Government eager to secure the details of the official transition period and future relationship beyond.
Meanwhile, ministers are due a reshuffle brought about after the forced resignation of Damian Green, and Labour continues to press the Prime Minister on public services and cost of living questions.
Here, Andrew Huckle, DeHavilland's Monitoring Consultant for Energy policy, gives you the lowdown on what to watch out for this January.
What's on the agenda this month
by Andrew Huckle, Monitoring Consultant
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Andrew Huckle is DeHavilland's dedicated Monitoring Consultant for Energy and Environmental Policy. A graduate of the University of Leicester and King's College London, where he read International Studies and European Studies respectively, he has previously worked as a Parliamentary Research Assistant and completed a traineeship with the European External Action Service.