How can business in Europe and beyond influence the outcome of Brexit negotiations? DeHavilland reports from a Euractiv debate.
Arguably the biggest known unknowns in the Brexit debate, experts have been busy speculating about the potential future shape of the UK's trade after leaving the European Union. DeHavilland's Madhav Bakshi explains the options.
As part of a series of interviews with Select Committee Chairs, DeHavilland speaks to Labour Business, Innovation and Skills Committee Chair Iain Wright.
The Evening Standard held a London-focused hustings event featuring high-profile figures from five major political parties, who answered questions on housing, the economy and the future of transport infrastructure. DeHavilland's Madhav Bakshi and Jasmine Mitchell were in attendance.
DeHavilland attended an election debate hosted by Quaker Vote and the Equality Trust to hear from speakers including Green PPC Lesley Grahame.
The Fawcett Society hosted a hustings event on the theme of Women and the Economy. DeHavilland went along to hear the discussion between candidates representing four major political parties.
DeHavilland attended the Election 2015 Business Debate hosted by Grant Thornton to hear from leading party figures about their vision for the future of the British economy.
It's the final week of the 2010-15 Parliament, with the first high-profile leaders' clash scheduled for broadcast on Thursday. Meanwhile, Boris takes centre stage as a Parliamentary hopeful before an audience of his fellow Tories.
Leading Labour lights get together to discuss the shape of things that could be to come, but the week is dominated by George Osborne and his Red Box.
Media eyes turn to Margate this week as UKIP descends upon the seaside town for its Spring Conference.