At this moment the Chancellor, the Conservative Party, and the country stand at a “fork in the road”. As the UK moves out of the COVID pandemic Rishi Sunak must now decide how much of a role the British state will play in its recovery. How the Chancellor answers that question in this Budget may well set the tone for the next three years.
Next week’s Budget will be a major milestone with regard to the Government’s approach to taxation and spending as the UK attempts to move beyond COVID-19.
In the week marking a year since the 2019 general election, DeHavilland have put together a briefing exploring how the Government has fared, and what to look out for in 2021.
DeHavilland’s latest briefing brings together all the speculation so far on the contents of the Spending Review, covering everything from COVID-19 to infrastructure to taxation
DeHavilland has summarised yesterday's appearance of Chief Secretary to the Treasury Stephen Barclay before the Treasury Committee to discuss the economic impact of coronavirus.
DeHavilland has produced a briefing with biographies of new members of the Shadow Cabinet, as well as their policy positions within their new sector.
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.
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.