In this latest of our Summer 2018 Brexit briefings series, we will provide analysis of what a ‘"No Deal" Brexit actually is; how it could come about; key milestones and dates leading up to a no deal; as well as the possible fallout.
In this briefing DeHavilland examines three possible events which could impact the UK's negotiating position: a fresh referendum, a snap general eection, and a Conservative leadership contest
Read DeHavilland's analysis of the UK Government's proposed future relationship with the EU.
As Austria begin its Presidency of the Council of the European Union, read about the incoming Ministers, key details, and dates for your calendar for the six month period in our special preview briefing.
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.