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1 May 2016
May brings the milestones of devolved elections in the UK's nations and capital city, with the campaigning fever touching every sector in turn. DeHavilland's expert team of Monitoring Consultants takes a look at how the impact will be felt, plus what else to expect in the coming month.
Author: The DeHavilland Monitoring Team
29 April 2016
It's nearly time for the 2016 Queen's Speech. DeHavilland has collected together all the speculation that's fit to print about what could be coming up in this year's legislative proposals.
Author: Anna Haswell
29 April 2016
With the devolved and local elections a week away, DeHavilland takes a look at the state of play in some of the key races.
Author: Madhav Bakshi
25 April 2016
With devolved elections set to take place in London, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland on 5 May, now is the perfect time to sample what DeHavilland's unique political monitoring can do for you.
Author: Anna Haswell
22 April 2016
With US President Barack Obama descending into the Brexit fray, DeHavilland considers the currents of debate enveloping his controversial intervention.
Author: Anna Haswell
20 April 2016
After an exciting period of growth, DeHavilland is looking for a Client Development Manager to join our London Commercial team.
Author: Michael Gilby
15 April 2016
DeHavilland's Annie Scanlan attended a high-profile campaigning event this week to hear Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn make his first major intervention in the EU Referendum debate.
8 April 2016
Prime Minister David Cameron has faced scrutiny this week over his connection to an offshore investment trust set up by his late father. DeHavilland puts the row in context.
Author: Anna Haswell
4 April 2016
The London electoral race is moving apace, with each of the frontrunners for the mayoralty taking a distinctive tack as they seek to attract the capital's lively electorate.
4 April 2016
The EU Referendum campaign is in full swing and the ensuing madness is breaking every rule of politics as usual. DeHavilland takes a look at some of the more intriguing trends to emerge as the nation mulls its EU fate.
Author: Anna Haswell

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