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9 April 2015
DeHavilland takes the campaign temperature this week with its special poll of polls.
Author: Madhav Bakshi
7 April 2015
Each month we ask a public affairs professional to share what they’re reading and where they find their news.
Author: Anna Haswell
7 April 2015
MPs are hitting the campaign trail across the country… and online. With the General Election kicking off in earnest, DeHavilland considers who’s making political waves in the tempestuous world of social media, and who looks more like they’re drowning.
Author: Anna Haswell
7 April 2015
DeHavilland’s sister company Glenigan has produced a special report highlighting how the 2015 General Election is set to impact the construction sector.
Author: Anna Haswell
2 April 2015
We take a look at the media speculation around the seven-way leaders' televised debate.
Author: Madhav Bakshi
1 April 2015
With the election season now well and truly underway, DeHavilland has introduced a new poll of polls.
Author: Madhav Bakshi
24 March 2015
How do leaders decide what will catch the eye of the electorate? Read DeHavilland briefings outlining the policy processes for each of the six key political parties set to unveil a manifesto for the 2015 General Election.
Author: Anna Haswell
20 March 2015
DeHavilland reflects on the key themes of the 2015 Budget and what they say about the coming General Election campaign.
Author: Anna Haswell
18 March 2015
Today, Chancellor George Osborne delivered his final Budget of the Coalition Government. DeHavilland analyses the key themes behind his economic appeal to the country, and the Opposition response.
Author: Anna Haswell
16 March 2015
The Green Party has seen a membership surge in the run-up to the 2015 General Election, with many young members attracted by its left-wing, environmentally-conscious vision. But who are its candidates, and what are their chances?
Author: Isaac Turner

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