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10 January 2017
DeHavilland EU looks at some of the challenges facing Malta, which took on the rotating Presidency of the Council this month.
Author: The DeHavilland EU Team
6 January 2017
2017 is kicking off with plenty on the political agenda. Read DeHavilland EU's sector-by-sector guide to the upcoming events you need to know about.
Author: The DeHavilland EU Team
21 December 2016
2016 was the most eventful year in recent political history. At the end of a year marked by the threat of terror and uncertainty in the wake of the UK’s Brexit vote, DeHavilland EU takes a look back over some of the key moments and how we covered them.
Author: Sabrina Urban
7 December 2016
DeHavilland EU is looking for an EU Policy Reporter in Brussels to extend our network of freelance journalists.
Author: Sabrina Urban
1 December 2016
After an eventful 2016, December in Brussels has plenty more in store before the holiday break. Read DeHavilland EU's sector-by-sector guide.
Author: The DeHavilland EU Team


Northern Irish Election 2017

The shock resignation of Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness as Deputy First Minister has sparked fresh elections in Northern Ireland. Read DeHavilland's handy guide.

2017 Lookahead

What's on the UK political radar as a new year begins? Take a look at DeHavilland's roundup of some key moments to watch out for in 2017.

Malta EU Presidency Briefing

Read DeHavilland EU's in-depth briefing on the new Maltese Presidency, including key figures, major dates and political and legislative priorities.

Live Report: Prime Minister Theresa May before the Liaison Committee

On 20 December 2016, Prime Minister Theresa May made her first appearance before the Liaison Committee, facing questioning from Committee Chairs on issues including Brexit and Health and Social Care funding.

Brexit Negotiators factsheet

Brexit Negotiators factsheet

Get to know the trio of senior figures heading up the EU's Brexit negotiations with our concise downloadable guide.