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20 February 2018
From Phase 1 to future trade, uncover the Brexit facts at every stage with DeHavilland's in-depth briefings.
16 February 2018
On 15 February, DeHavilland hosted a special in-depth webinar to discuss the state of play on Brexit. Find out what our team had to say.
Author: Anna Haswell
30 January 2018
Air services, future mobility and traffic management are on the agenda at TRAN this month. Read more from EU Policy Analyst Darius Mikulėnas.
Author: Darius Mikulenas
30 January 2018
Cybersecurity and the free flow of non-personal data are moving up the agenda this February. Read more from EU Policy Analyst Leonie Hogervorst.
Author: Leonie Hogervorst
30 January 2018
Industry discussions are set to dominate February for the Health sector, as stakeholders meet to discuss key topics including research and innovation in insurance. Read more from EU Policy Analyst Anna Krouskou.
Author: Anna Krouskou
30 January 2018
ITRE scrutiny of the Clean Energy for All Europeans package is drawing to a close while energe efficiency is among the topics on the Parliament-Council agenda this February. Read more from EU Policy Analyst Alexis Thuau.
Author: Alexis Thuau
29 January 2018
Environmental issues are making waves in the financial sector this month as the Commission puts sustainability on the agenda. Read more from EU Policy Analyst Florian Braeu.
Author: Florian Braeu
22 January 2018
The Government faces the next stage of its epic Brexit battle this Spring as the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill passes from the House of Commons to the House of Lords. DeHavilland highlights the key features of this critical legislative phase.
Author: Anna Haswell
9 January 2018
In January 2018, Bulgaria took over the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU. News Assistant Alex Clark explains the significance and key expectations of the Bulgarian Presidency.
Author: Alex Clark
5 January 2018
The new Bulgarian Presidency takes up the Digital Single Market mantle this month, while policymakers face a tight timetable to negotiate on ePrivacy. Read more from EU Policy Analyst Leonie Hogervorst.
Author: Leonie Hogervorst

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