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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.
Author: Ryan Jones
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
1 April 2016
April looks set to be another busy month across some of DeHavilland's core policy sectors. Here, our team gives the lowdown on what's coming up.
Author: The DeHavilland Monitoring Team
1 April 2016
A crisis in the steel industry has brought Wales into the spotlight as it prepares to go to the polls for an Assembly election. DeHavilland considers the impact on the campaign.
Author: Madhav Bakshi
24 March 2016
As Twitter celebrates its 10th birthday, DeHavilland has seen first-hand how social media has transformed public affairs. Find out how we help professionals monitor stakeholders and manage reputation.
Author: The DeHavilland Monitoring Team
22 March 2016
After an exciting period of growth, DeHavilland is looking for a Business Development Manager to join our London Commercial team. 
Tags: Jobs
18 March 2016
As with every Budget, the much-awaited post-match analysis reveals the devil in the details in the aftermath of the Chancellor’s address at the Despatch Box. Here, DeHavilland offers an overview of the critical reception in 2016. 
Author: Ryan Jones
11 March 2016
Wednesday is Budget Day and DeHavilland has been reviewing the key themes of the speech to come. What will Chancellor George Osborne pull out of his Red Box this Spring?
Author: Anna Haswell
10 March 2016
This year's programme of legislative proposals was almost blown off course by the Brexit debate. DeHavilland outlines what we already know about the 2016 Queen's Speech.
Author: Anna Haswell
8 March 2016
On 16 March, the Chancellor will present his latest Budget, setting out a range of crucial new financial analysis and plans. DeHavilland takes a look ahead at what might be in the Red Box this Spring.
Author: Anna Haswell

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