In the view of some experts, Brexit represented a stark confrontation between the public will and the nation's economic interests. DeHavilland's Annie Scanlan tracks the immediate financial fallout.
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.
DeHavilland contemplates what the 2015 Budget tells us about the coming General Election campaign.
DeHavilland contemplates what the 2015 General Election could mean for the construction industry.
DeHavilland attended CentreForum's discussion on the future of aviation in the UK to hear more about the arguments over airport expansion in the run-up to the 2015 General Election.
Housing continues to loom large in the pre-election debate, with both ends of the spectrum addressed through potential proposals on both social homes and the passing on of costly family properties. Elsewhere, the Liberal Democrats strike out on their own, complete with accessories.
“The economy is the most important issue at this election, both nationally and locally”. In the first of our exclusive video interviews with parliamentary candidates, DeHavilland spoke to Conservative PPC for Havant Alan Mak about delivering the Conservatives’ economic plan, his work in helping give young people the best start in life, and being a Northerner standing in a Southern seat. This interview was first published on YouTube on 15 March 2015.