On the 1st of November 2019, German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen will be taking her place as the new President of the European Commission. Following this, we have produced a briefing discussing Ms von der Leyen's positions on a number of key policy areas.
DeHavilland EU’s latest briefing profiles Finland’s presidency of the Council of the EU, which takes place in the midst of a newly elected EU Parliament and the impending Article 50 deadline.
The EU is currently engulfed in a clash over regulating tech companies in two key areas: disinformation and taxation.
The importance of climate change in the May 2019 European elections has seen the revitalisation of the debate around carbon pricing policy in the EU.
In this briefing, DeHavilland examines the issue of sustainability in finance looking at questions such as 'what exactly is the difference between a “normal” investment and a sustainable investment?'
DeHavilland has undertaken research into whether MEPs who sat in the 2014-19 Parliament are seeking re-election and how that may affect the upcoming Parliament.
DeHavilland has produced the following briefing containing analysis on the manifestos of the four main political parties - the EPP, PES, ALDE, and the Greens.
With the EP elections rapidly approaching, DeHavilland has produced a briefing with profiles of 12 key candidates running.
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.
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.