Sir Keir Starmer became the 22nd leader of the Labour Party on Saturday. DeHavilland has produced a briefing analysing his path to victory, his life and political career to date, his political beliefs, and the challenges sitting on his desk.
DeHavilland has produced a summary of a digital evidence session from the DCMS Committee, examining the impact of COVID-19 on the charity sector.
In this briefing, DeHavilland looks at the new powers and policies introduced by the Government to tackle the threat posed by COVID-19.
In this briefing, DeHavilland looks at the candidates running in the upcoming Labour Leadership election, along with their backgrounds, and assesses their key policy plans.
This briefing contains detailed information on the profiles of the new Chairs of all Select Committees that were announced as of the 30/01/2020.
DeHavilland has produced a briefing on the allocation, parliamentary procedure, and party procedure of electing Parliamentary Select Committee Chairs and respective members.
DeHavilland has produced a briefing looking at the process for forming a government in the event that there is a hung parliament.
This briefing summarises and compares the most important parts of the recent manifestos that have been published as we are approaching the upcoming general election taking place on the 12/12/2019.
With the Queen's Speech being the big news yesterday, DeHavilland has produced a briefing outlining what the government has set out, what the announcements tell us about the government’s intent, what the reaction from other politicians and stakeholders was and more.
Read our detailed briefing to find out more.
DeHavilland has produced a sector-by-sector analysis of the spending review, including a summary of key announcements, stakeholder reaction, and analysis of the political context.