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18 April 2017
Read DeHavilland's summary of this week's central exchange at Prime Minister's Question as Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn takes on Prime Minister Theresa May over the 2017 General Election.
13 April 2017
DeHavilland is seeking a News Assistant to join its Editorial Team in London. 
Author: The DeHavilland Editorial Team
3 April 2017
As April begins, Article 50 has been triggered and Brexit moves from domestic debate to international negotiation. Meanwhile this month, the Parliamentary year is drawing to an end and Queen's Speech speculation can commence.
Author: The DeHavilland Monitoring Team
21 March 2017
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Article 50 on Wednesday 29 March. Read DeHavilland's in-depth briefing on the meaning of this key Brexit moment, and what happens next.
Author: The DeHavilland Editorial Team
16 March 2017
DeHavilland Civil Service allows you to search, contact and engage more than 25,000 civil servants in over 600 departments. Find out how.
Author: Arran Russell
8 March 2017
Chancellor Philip Hammond's final Spring Budget revealed a Chancellor grappling with the currents of international events and crises at home. Read DeHavilland's post-speech analysis.
Author: The DeHavilland Monitoring Team
7 March 2017
At DeHavilland's Spring Budget Webinar, a panel of political and public affairs speakers offered their views on the Chancellor's speech. What did they have to say?
Author: Mike Indian
28 February 2017
The Spring Budget takes centre stage this month despite the ever-present shadow of the Government's deadline for Brexit. Here, DeHavilland's Monitoring Consultants highlight the biggest policy priorities for each sector this March.
Author: The DeHavilland Monitoring Team
9 February 2017
After an exciting period of growth, DeHavilland is looking for a Business Development Manager and a Client Development Manager to join our London Commercial team.
Author: Michael Gilby
2 February 2017
Today, the Government published its long-awaited draft National Policy Statement on expansion at Heathrow Airport.
Author: Matthew Bentley

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