Prime Minister Theresa May has appointed 13 new peers despite the growing consensus that the House of Lords needed to be reduced. Find out more about the background of each peer in our latest briefing.
Read about the Bill's passage, including the 14 defeats on the Government inflicted in the House of Lords, and look ahead to the next steps of this critical and controversial piece of legislation.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker presented the proposals for the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021-2027.
Conservative MP James Brokenshire has been appointed as the new Housing, Communities and Local Government Secretary. Find out more in our exclusive briefing.
This briefing takes a look at food waste, analysing the wider policy background in light of the Circular Economy strategy, and the key players in Parliament and Commission.
Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his first ever Spring Statement on Tuesday 13 March. Read our roundup of the policy priorities for the year ahead.
The Government has proposed new legislation to cap the price of energy for consumers. Get all the details with this special briefing by Monitoring Consultant Andy Huckle.
The controversial European Union (Withdrawal) Bill faces a tough test as it passes through the House of Lords. Find out what to expect with DeHavilland's definitive briefing.
Missed DeHavilland's special Brexit Phase 2 webinar? Click here to watch it back now and find out everything you need to know.
As businesses rush to get GDPR-ready, the EU is working on another major set of data protection changes. DeHavilland EU Policy Analyst Leonie Hogervorst offers her essential guide.