Contact us: +32 (0)7 848 2541

Political intelligence tailored to your needs

Make informed decisions in an ever-changing EU political environment. DeHavilland EU provides tailored political intelligence, EU monitoring, bespoke research and consulting services for public affairs professionals. Based in the heart of Brussels, our services are designed to help you influence EU policy, inform your strategy by anticipating change and manage risks affecting your organisation.

Find out more.

Blog

1 March 2019
During the course of March European Union policy makers will be discussing and debating the future of EU climate action and the possible pathways for further decarbonisation of the European economy.
Author: Matteo Panizzardi
1 March 2019
March for the Agri-food sector opens with a presentation on the impacts of the digital economy.
Author: Emily Zerling
1 March 2019
March is a month of key votes and debates for the digital and tech sector with the EU Parliament taking the central stage.
Author: Jacopo Lange
1 March 2019
The month of March for the Pharma and Health sector will open with a meeting from the Research Working Party.
Author: Emily Zerling
1 March 2019
A series of key meetings and votes from both the ECON Committee and ECOFIN Council are set to impact the Financial Services sector this March.
Author: Jeroen DeMarteau

Reports

European Parliament Elections 2019: Manifesto Comparison

DeHavilland has produced the following briefing containing analysis on the manifestos of the four main political parties - the EPP, PES, ALDE, and the Greens.

BriefingCover

European Parliament Elections 2019: Ones to watch

With the EP elections rapidly approaching, DeHavilland has produced a briefing with profiles of 12 key candidates running.

EP 2019 Briefing

Your Guide to the European Parliament Elections

With the EP elections rapidly approaching, DeHavilland has produced a briefing to answer a series of key questions about the vote, Parliament and the next steps once MEPs take their seats.

Brexit: Next Steps briefing

Brexit: Next Steps briefing

In this briefing we clarify what will happen next in the Parliamentary debates if the Prime Minister chooses to pursue a new meaningful vote, an extension to Article 50, or no Brexit at all.

Extending the Article 50 deadline?

Extending the Article 50 deadline?

What is the process for this scenario, how will the politics play out in Westminster and Brussels, and what are the potential scenarios over the long and short term?