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12 March 2015
The SNP is a minor party with a major impact in 2015. With its candidates looking likely to take Scotland by storm in May, DeHavilland looks at the faces and ideas marching beneath the Nationalist banner.
Author: Mike Indian
9 March 2015
With the Budget looming, Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls seeks to occupy the middle ground with a more measured approach to austerity, while Prime Minister David Cameron wants voters to see the Conservatives as the party of security.
Author: Anna Haswell
3 March 2015
Each month we ask a public affairs professional to share what they’re reading and where they find their news.
Author: Adam Bowering
2 March 2015
The political world goes potty about polls in the run-up to elections. But where do those headline numbers come from? DeHavilland takes an inside look.
Author: Madhav Bakshi
Tags: Polling, election
2 March 2015
With the election looming, Nick Biggs reflects on what the Coalition's final Budget could contain to woo a politically divided electorate.
Author: Nick Biggs
Tags: Polling, election
26 February 2015
EU Policy Analyst, Alex Boxell examines the European Commission's Energy Union: an attempt at a coherent energy and climate policy.
Author: Alex Boxell
6 February 2015
The Sustainable Energy Association is engaging with the energy debate and discussing what the industry still wants to hear from Government.
Author: Dave Sowden
5 February 2015
DeHavilland EU spoke at the recent European Regions Airline Association media briefing, where James Sibley addressed the key questions: ‘Who are the new faces in Brussels?’ and ‘What lies ahead for EU aviation policy in 2015?”
Author: James Sibley
2 February 2015
With the traditional two-party structure of British politics looking increasingly precarious, it seems highly likely that the election result will once again prove indecisive.  
Author: Madhav Bakshi
2 February 2015
Chief Economist at the BBA, Richard Woolhouse examines the state of the UK economy and its impact on policy.
Author: Richard Woolhouse

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