The French Presidential elections brough high drama in a central EU state, as Emmanuel Macron of En Marche! saw off a historic challenge from Front National candidate Marine Le Pen. Read DeHavilland EU's briefing on the outcome and what it means.
On 5 April 2017, the European Parliament held a special debate and vote following the triggering of Article 50. Read DeHavilland EU's Special Report.
The Bulgarians voted in March to elect a new Parliament, and the coalition between the winning party Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) and United Patriots (UP) has now been officially confirmed.
2017 is a crucial year for Europe, with France and Germany also going to the polls, and this DeHavilland EU briefing takes a first look at the results and what this could mean for the future of the EU.
In mid-March 2017, the Netherlands held the first of a series of highly-significant elections in key EU nations. Read DeHavilland EU's briefing on the results and what they mean.
The European Commission has published its White Paper on the Future of the EU. Read DeHavilland EU's briefing, featuring a live report from the plenary debate on this landmark policy paper.
2017 brings a number of highly significant elections in EU nations. DeHavilland EU's John McStravick outlines all the key details.
As the European Commssion prepares for a major public conference on a public regulatory framework for FinTech, Senior EU Policy Analyst Alex Boxell provides an overview of this nascent sector.
With the final tranche of Digital Single Market initiatives launched, EU Policy Analyst Leonie Hogervorst considers the state of play on this keystone policy project.
Access to medicines is a hot topic at present, with the European Commission and EU Council conducting work alongside the own-initiative report of S&D MEP Soledad Cabezon Ruiz. EU Policy Analyst Anna Krouskou surveys the policy landscape.