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General Election 2017 Manifesto teams

26 April 2017

Following the announcement of a General Election taking place on Thursday 8 June and the imminent publications of party manifestos, our team have put together a briefing on the key figures involved in the creation of party manifestos and a brief overview of the history behind party approaches to...

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Energy

Energy sector update: Magic Horizon 2020 workshop report

21 April 2017

On April 20 2017 stakeholders met at the Berlaymont Commission building in Brussels for the New Narratives of Energy and Sustainability: Debunking myths and interrogating the universality of global and local integrations workshop. The workshop was one of six in the Inspirational Workshop Series...

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General Election 2017 Briefing

18 April 2017

Following today’s announcement of the General Election on Thursday 8 June, our team have quickly put together a brief overview of some headline details including a provisional timeline ahead and the marginal parliamentary seats one should keep an eye on in the coming period and some of the key...

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European Parliament kicks off Brexit debate: Dods EU Monitoring Briefing

7 April 2017

On April 5, the European Parliament held a plenary debate on the Negotiations with the United Kingdom following its notification that it intends to withdraw from the European Union and subsequently adopted a joint motion for a resolution on their position. The debate covered a wide range of...

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Queen's Speech Speculation Briefing

6 April 2017

Whilst not yet officially confirmed, this year's Queen's Speech is anticipated to take place on Wednesday 17 May. 

The speech is written by the Government and contains an outline of its policies and proposed legislation for the new parliamentary session. Whilst some are quickly introduced...

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Westminster

Legislating for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU Summary

31 March 2017

Following the publication on March 30 of the White Paper entitled ' Legislating for the UK's withdrawal from the EU ', Dods Monitoring has produced a summary document.  This briefing contains the main proposals in the paper along with further detail on the potential timings of the Great Repeal...

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Mayors March 2017

Metro Mayors and combined authorities Briefing

29 March 2017

On 4 May 2017, Greater Manchester, Tees Valley, West Midlands, Liverpool City Region, Peterborough and Cambridgeshire and West of England Combined Authorities (CA) will elect their first Metro Mayors. This briefing outlines details of the individual arrangements for each combined authority, the...

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Spring Budget 2017 Speculation briefing

21 February 2017

The next UK Government Budget will take place on 8 March 2017, taking place just days ahead of the Prime Minister officially triggering Article 50. 

Theresa May has outlined plans to notify the EU of the UK's intention to leave by the end of March whereby official negotiations with the EU...

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Brexit Round Up Pharma

Brexit Round Up Pharma (27th Jan. 2017)

2 February 2017

Dods' Brexit Round Up is a unique, sector-specific review of all recent developments that affect your area of interest.

This weekly report will collate all key political activity related to sectors such as pharmaceuticals, containing updates on developments in Westminster, Whitehall, the...

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The Great Repeal Bill Explained

The Great Repeal Bill Explained

1 February 2017

As Parliament prepares to pour over what might be the shortest piece of legislation in recent memory, in the form of European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill, we look ahead to the prospect of the Great Repeal Bill and consider if it will provide the vehicle by which MPs can start finally...

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WelfareandSocialCare

Welfare and Social Care Policy Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Welfare and Social Care. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.
 

Health

Health Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Health. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.
 

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Foreign Affairs, Defence and International Development Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Foreign Affairs, Defence and International Development. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.
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FinancialServices

Financial Services and Taxation Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Financial Services and Taxation. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.
 

Business

Business and Employment Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Business and Employment. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.
 

Education

Education and Skills Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Education and Skills. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.
 

Transport

Transport Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Transport. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.
 

Environment

Environment and Animal Welfare Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Environment and Animal Welfare. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.
 

Energy

Energy Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Energy. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.
 

Justice

Justice Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Justice. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.

 

Housing

Communities, Housing and Local Government Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Communities, Housing and Local Government. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.

 

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Culture, Media and Sport Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Culture, Media and Sport. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.

 

HomeAffairs

Home Affairs Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Home Affairs. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.

 

Timeline

Science, Research and Technology Lookahead

18 January 2017

In the New Year, Dods Monitoring produced a series of lookaheads including on Science, Research and Technology. This collates key dates, reports and parliament activity coming up during the first half of 2017 to help you keep abreast of events in the months ahead.

 

Digital Economy

Digital Economy Bill Briefing

11 January 2017

Following consideration in the House of Commons, this briefing looks to provide an overview of the Digital Economy Bill as it is scrutinised by the House of Lords. It highlights points of
contention, the background to the Bill, as well as an overview of its parts.  Committee stage - line...

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Maltese Presidency

Dods Guide to the Maltese Presidency of the Council of the EU

11 January 2017

Dods EU Monitoring has prepared a guide outlining the priorities and useful contacts of the Maltese Presidency of the Council of the European Union, which takes place from January to June 2017. The priorities have been grouped by policy area.
 

Brexit Round Up Energy

Brexit Round Up Energy (25th Nov. 2016)

25 November 2016

Dods' Brexit Round Up is a unique sector-specific review of all recent developments that affect your area of interest. It will be produced weekly for a minimum of two years.

A one year subscription – amounting to 50 issues – can be yours for as little as £3,000.00 (excl. VAT), with a 33%...

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Brexit Round Up Pharma

Brexit Round Up Pharma (25th Nov. 2016)

25 November 2016

Dods' Brexit Round Up is a unique sector-specific review of all recent developments that affect your area of interest. It will be produced weekly for a minimum of two years.

A one year subscription – amounting to 50 issues – can be yours for as little as £3,000.00 (excl. VAT), with a 33%...

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Autumn Statement Policy Round Up

24 November 2016

Following the Chancellor's delivery of the Autumn Statement on Wednesday 23 November,  Dods Monitoring has combed through the document line by line to pull out the Government's key actions and commitments. Alongside our break-down of the content by policy area you will find an overview provided...

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Higher Education Impact Report

Higher Education Impact Report | Summary of Findings

24 November 2016

As pressure continues to build on institutions in higher education to prove their significance to public policy, it is more important now than ever for providers of academic research to understand how to impact policy.

In response, Dods Research has published a brand new report featuring...

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Brexit Round Up Pharma

Brexit Round Up Pharma (18th Nov. 2016)

18 November 2016

This report will collate all key activity from the last week in Westminster, Whitehall, the European Commission, European Parliament and leading stakeholders as it relates to the energy industry.

In the UK this week, there were reports that the UK Government has prepared a short three-...

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Brexit Round Up Energy

Brexit Round Up Energy (18th Nov. 2016)

18 November 2016

This report will collate all key activity from the last week in Westminster, Whitehall, the European Commission, European Parliament and leading stakeholders as it relates to the energy industry.

In the UK this week, there were reports that the UK Government has prepared a short three-...

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Brexit Round Up Pharma

Brexit Round Up Pharma (11th Nov. 2016)

11 November 2016

This report will collate all key activity from the last week in Westminster, Whitehall, the European Commission, European Parliament and leading stakeholders as it relates to the pharmaceuticals and life science industry.

Much focus has been on political events in the USA this week. With...

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Brexit Round Up Energy

Brexit Round Up Energy (11th Nov. 2016)

11 November 2016

This report will collate all key activity from the last week in Westminster, Whitehall, the European Commission, European Parliament and leading stakeholders as it relates to the energy industry.

Much focus has been on political events in the USA this week. With Donald Trump’s victory...

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Brexit Round Up Energy Nov 4

Brexit Round Up Energy (4th Nov. 2016)

4 November 2016

This report will collate all key activity from the last week in Westminster, Whitehall, the European Commission, European Parliament and leading stakeholders as it relates to the energy industry.

Brussels has been relatively quiet during its bank holiday week with no meetings of the...

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Brexit Round Up Pharma Nov 4

Brexit Round Up Pharma (4th Nov. 2016)

4 November 2016

This report will collate all key activity from the last week in Westminster, Whitehall, the European Commission, European Parliament and leading stakeholders as it relates to the pharmaceutical and life science sector and Brexit.

Brussels has been relatively quiet during its bank holiday...

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Briefing on National Citizens Service Bill

2 November 2016

Following its second reading, Dods’ Political Consultant Victoria Hemmingway has produced a briefing for the National Citizens Service Bill. This document provides a background to the Bill, and an overview of its key points as well as concerns raised by peers during debate. The Bill will next be...

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Autumn Statement speculation briefing

2 November 2016

On Wednesday 23 November, following Prime Minister's Questions, Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his first Autumn Statement since being appointed to the role. With suggestions the Chancellor may be set to move away from the rigid targets his predecessor George Osborne introduced, there is...

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Health

Briefing on Health Service Medical Supplies (Costs) Bill

31 October 2016

This briefing takes a look at the Government’s Health Service Medical Supplies (Costs) Bill which recently received its second reading in the House of Commons. The Bill seeks to address the current imbalance between the two regulatory schemes used to price the sale of NHS branded medicines and...

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European Commission’s Work programme 2017

28 October 2016

On October 25, the European Commission published its Work Programme for 2017. The Work Programme outlines the Commission’s new initiatives and priorities for the year ahead. The Programme informs European citizens, institutions and stakeholders on how the Commission will deliver on its political...

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Digital

Briefing on Digital Economy Bill

22 September 2016

The Digital Economy Bill was announced during the Queen's Speech in May of this year. It aims to address rapid technological change and meet conservative manifesto pledges to "ensure everyone is part of the digital economy".

Following the second reading of the Bill, Dods ' consultant...

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State of the European Union

14 September 2016

On September 14, Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the Commission, addressed the European Parliament during his State of the European Union, outlining his vision for the future of the EU. During the debate that followed his speech, MEPs discussed a varying range of issues such as telecoms,...

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Brexit Report Download

Brexit Risk Report - Sample copy

5 September 2016

Given the unique circumstances in the wake of the EU referendum, Dods Research has developed a new insight product, tailored to senior business leaders to help inform their strategic and operational decision-making. Brexit Risk Reports – published monthly and available on an annual subscription...

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Briefing on Housing and Planning Act 2016

Briefing on Housing and Planning Act 2016

23 August 2016

A key commitment in the 2015 Conservative Manifesto was to deliver a significant increase in housing stock across the private, social, rented and ownership sectors. The Housing and Planning Act received Royal Assent on 12 May 2016, and within it the Government committed to major changes in...

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Sustainability and Transformation Plans

Sustainability and Transformation Plans - Briefing

16 August 2016

Announced in December 2015, Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) were first detailed in the NHS shared planning guidance 16/17 – 20/21.

In addition to the individual operational plans normally submitted by NHS organisations, the guidance asked every health and care system to...

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Brexit Report Download

Brexit Report - Executive Summary

15 August 2016

Given the unique circumstances in the wake of the referendum, Dods Research has developed a new insight product, tailored to senior business leaders to help inform their strategic and operational decision-making. Brexit Risk Reports – published monthly and available on an annual subscription –...

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Wall Chart - Government August

Government Wall Chart - August

12 August 2016

The Dods team has this month updated our wall chart detailing the full range of ministers as well as their responsibilities in Theresa May’s Government. 

Complete the form to receive your complimentary copy of the chart and learn more about how Dods Monitoring can support you in all your...

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Policy lookaheads

5 August 2016

With the political landscape in the coming months set to be dominated by the fall out of the EU referendum, Dods’ team of consultants have produced policy lookaheads to sit alongside our daily information and political briefings, to help keep you up to speed in the busy period ahead. 

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EU Commission

EU Commission seeks to boost investment in SMEs

5 August 2016

New initiative aims to address the EU’s competitive disadvantage compared to the US

On July 14, the EU executive put forward a proposal aiming to boost Europe’s venture capital market. The move ties in with the broader plans of building a Capital Markets Union to facilitate access to...

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Policing and Crime Bill

Briefing on the Policing and Crime Bill

1 August 2016

Ahead of the Committee Stages for the Policing and Crime Bill in the House of Lords in September, Dods’ home affairs consultant has produced a short briefing on the contents of the Bill and likely amendments to be tabled during its journey through the Lords. Our briefing collates background...

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European Commission Unveils its Chief Brexit Negotiator

28 July 2016

Dods EU Monitoring compiled a background note on Michel Barnier, the Commission’s appointed chief negotiator who will lead the Commission’s Brexit Task Force for the upcoming negotiations with the UK.

Please fill out the form to access the briefing.

Devolution deals – a briefing

Devolution deals – a briefing

26 July 2016

With almost 40 devolution deals either agreed or in negotiation, Dods has published an overview of the landscape at present and the challenges these agreements face. Particular attention is given to the Combined Authorities which, for the most part, have received the greatest powers in exchange...

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Theresa May – key people, Brexit and policy comments

13 July 2016

Theresa May replaces David Cameron as Prime Minister on Wednesday 13 July, once the formalities of the transition of power have been completed.

To support our clients during this period, Dods Monitoring has put together a briefing on the new Prime Minister, her key team, potential new...

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Queen's Speech

Queen's Speech Briefing 2016

18 May 2016

The Queen’s Speech today marked the state opening of the new Parliament. It announced the planned introduction of 21 new Bills overall. Amongst others, headline legislation includes prison reform, higher education, social work, pensions, driverless cars, academies and the digital economy.

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Energy Union Road Map - timeline and overview of its main initiatives

29 April 2016

2016 has been described as the “year of delivery” of the European Commission’s Energy Union strategy, which defines the EU’s approach to climate and energy policy for the coming years.

In our Energy Union calendar we include the main initiatives, legislative and non-legislative, that will...

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Business and retail

Budget 2016 - Business, Employment and Taxation

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Financial Services and Pensions

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Education and Skills

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Health, Social Care and Welfare

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Local Government and Public Sector

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Housing

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Transport and Infrastructure

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Culture, Media and Sport

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth, Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Science, Research and Defence

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth, Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Energy and Environment

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Home Affairs and Immigration

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth, Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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Budget 2016 - Office of Budget Responsibility Summary

17 March 2016

On Wednesday 16th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his eighth Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation...

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EU referendum timeline

15 March 2016

With 100 days to go until voters across the United Kingdom are asked - Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union? Dods Monitoring have produced this handy timeline with key dates and debates in the run-up to June 23rd.

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Budget 2016 speculation briefing

Budget 2016 speculation briefing

9 March 2016

Chancellor George Osborne will deliver his eighth budget at 12.30pm on Wednesday 16 March.

Ahead of his statement, the Dods Monitoring team have compiled a speculation document with potential announcements we might expect on the day as well as a roundup of some key stakeholder Budget...

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European Commission Directorates – General (Updated 03/03/2016)

3 March 2016

The Dods People EU team have put together a wall chart listing all Directorates-General. This includes twitter accounts, all Directors-General, Vice-Presidents and Commissioners along with their nationalities.

Fill out the form below to download the wall chart.

Finance

Employment and Economic Committees of the European Parliament

29 February 2016

Our monitoring consultants summarise activities from European Parliament committees for our clients. This document is the whole week of coverage for Employment and Economic committees from the week ending 26th February:

Committees summarised

  • EMPL - Employment and Social...
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High-level summit lays out future EU energy policy

26 February 2016

On Tuesday February 24 a crowd of MEPs, business and civil society leaders, and high ranking Commission officials gathered in the neoclassical building of the Egmont Palace in Brussels for the second EU Energy Summit. The Dods Monitoring EU have summarised the developments from the meeting.  ...

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External Relations Committees of the European Parliament

24 February 2016

Our monitoring consultants summarise activities from European Parliament committees for our clients. This document is the whole week of coverage for the External Relations committees from the week ending 19th February:

Committees summarised

  • AFET - Foreign Affairs
  • DROI...
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Sport Lookahead 2016

17 February 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in sport in 2016.

London elections

London Mayoral Candidates 2016

15 February 2016

With the contest for the mayor of London just weeks away, the Dods Monitoring team have produced a briefing looking at the main candidates to replace Boris Johnson on May 5th.

The briefing outlines the background to the candidates, alongside some of their key election pledges, and the...

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2016 Election Timeline

9 February 2016

The first half of 2016 is set to be dominated by a variety of elections across the United Kingdom.

Dods Monitoring have created a handy timeline of key dates to watch.

In the run-up to the elections, the Dods Monitoring team will be compiling information, including key candidates...

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Opposition Wall Chart (Updated 18/11/2015)

Opposition Wall Chart (Updated 02/02/2016)

2 February 2016

Dods Monitoring have published an updated wall chart outlining Labour’s shadow team in Parliament. This includes job titles within each shadow departmental team and details of their key responsibilities.

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HM Government Wall Chart (Updated 21/01/2016)

HM Government Wall Chart (Updated 02/02/2016)

2 February 2016

Dods Monitoring team has put together a chart listing the full break down of the ministerial roles in Government, including job titles and responsibilities within each departmental team.

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Committee Notes

Summaries of European Parliament Committees' debates (02/02/2016)

1 February 2016

Dods EU Monitoring drafts item by item reports delivered to your inbox within 24 hours, allowing you an insight into what is been said by whom and to track and influence legislation as it takes shape. 

This week's committee notes:

  • INTA: Parliament begins debate on MES for...
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Priorities and key dates of the Netherlands Presidency January – June 2016

26 January 2016

Dods EU Monitoring has prepared a guide outlining the priorities and useful contacts of the current Netherlands Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The priorities have been grouped by policy area for convenience.

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Transport Index Report

21 January 2016

Following the Competition and Markets Authority report on the future of rail franchises, including open access operators, the franchised rail sector could face new competition in the provision of passenger services.

With this in mind, Dods Research surveyed over 5700 central and local ...

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Committee Notes

Summaries of European Parliament Committees' debates (18/01/2016)

18 January 2016

Dods EU Monitoring drafts item by item reports delivered to your inbox within 24 hours, allowing you an insight into what is been said by whom and to track and influence legislation as it takes shape. 

This week's committee notes:

  • Banking Union report raises questions about “...
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Health PC

Health Lookahead 2016

14 January 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in Health in the first half of 2016.

Energy, renewables

Energy Lookahead 2016

14 January 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in energy in the first half of 2016.

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Transport Lookahead 2016

14 January 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in transport in the first half of 2016.

Environment PC

Environment & Rural Affairs Lookahead 2016

14 January 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in environment and rural affairs in the first half of 2016.

Foreign aid

Defence, Development and Foreign Affairs Lookahead 2016

14 January 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in defence, development and foreign affairs in the first half of 2016.

Education PC

Education & Skills Lookahead 2016

14 January 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in education and skills in the first half of 2016.

Welfare and work

Work & Welfare Lookahead 2016

14 January 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in work and welfare in the first half of 2016.

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Home Affairs & Justice Lookahead 2016

14 January 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in home affairs and justice in the first half of 2016.

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Business & Finance Lookahead 2016

14 January 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in business and finance in the first half of 2016.

Housing PC

Housing & Planning Lookahead 2016

14 January 2016

Dods Monitoring have produced  a timeline  for the months ahead, collating key dates, reports and events coming up in housing and planning in the first half of 2016.

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2016: The Year of China’s Market Economy Status?

8 January 2016

As the Commission prepares for its first official debate on whether or not to grant China market economy status, our EU team have created a report on the current status. The Commission is beginning its assessment of the issue and is expected to publish a formal proposal by the summer of 2016....

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Dods Monitoring Summaries of EU Parliament Plenary debates

Summaries of European Parliament Plenary debates

7 December 2015

Dods EU Monitoring drafts item by item reports delivered to your inbox within 24 hours, allowing you an insight into what is been said by whom and to track and influence legislation as it takes shape. 

This week's plenary notes:

  • LIBE: State of Play of Data Protection Trilogues...
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Summaries of European Parliament Plenary debates

30 November 2015

Dods EU Monitoring drafts item by item reports delivered to your inbox within 24 hours, allowing you an insight into what is been said by whom and to track and influence legislation as it takes shape. 

This week's plenary notes:

  • MEPs outline their position on the 10th WTO...
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Energy & environment

The Dods Guide to COP21

27 November 2015

The United Nations climate change conference kicks off in Paris on Monday and is expected to produce an agreement on how to cut greenhouse gas emissions until 2030, and thus limit the global temperature rise to 2 degrees above pre-industrial levels.

Complete the form to...

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Autumn Statement

Autumn Statement 2015: Overview

24 November 2015

Making his statement to the House of Commons, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced £7bn of new money for house building and declared “we are the builders”. Alongside this declaration were a further two big messages for the UK: proposed reductions in tax credits have been scrapped...

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Autumn Statement 2015: Local and Central Government

24 November 2015

Announcements made in the Spending Review were very much focused at positioning local and central government to transform both their funding and work to bear the brunt of a cut in the block grant and an increase in demand for their services.

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Autumn Statement 2015: Employment and Skills

24 November 2015

Questions ahead of any major political day at Westminster now have a familiar feel - what will be the rabbit out the Treasury’s hat? Whilst commentators and Conservative MPs had expected a roll back of sorts on the Chancellor’s contentious plans around tax credits, Osborne’s decision to scrap...

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Autumn Statement 2015: Business and Taxation

24 November 2015

While Osborne’s speech was focused on detailing departmental spending and announcing the reverse of his cuts to tax credits, there was plenty included in the document published by the Treasury.

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Autumn Statement 2015: Health

24 November 2015

At a time when departments are experiencing cuts of up to 40 per cent, Osborne’s commitment to a £10bn real terms increase in the health service budget, with the first £6bn delivered up front next year, should be hailed a success. This investment, Osborne explained, was the most significant...

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Autumn Statement 2015: Home Affairs

24 November 2015

Home affairs featured strongly in the 2015 Spending Review, with the chancellor reversing the highly controversial planned program of cuts to the policing budget. However, the Ministry of Justice will be required to make a huge reduction in its administrative budget of 50 per cent by 2019-20....

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Autumn Statement 2015: International Affairs

24 November 2015

The international aid, FCO and defence budgets have been protected in real terms. The defence budget is set to rise from £34bn to £40bn by 2020 with extra funding being made available for the security services. The Government has committed itself to encouraging innovative companies and pledge 1....

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Autumn Statement 2015: Infrastructure

24 November 2015

Chancellor George Osborne continued with his enthusiasm for infrastructure announcing that transport capital spending would increase by 50 per cent to a total of £61bn. Seen as a key economic driver, infrastructure spending was always going to be a centre-piece of his statement, following the...

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Autumn Statement 2015: Education, Science and the Arts

24 November 2015

The chancellor’s Spending Review statement contained several high profile announcements on education, and particularly science, adding to the view of George Osborne as the ‘science chancellor’.

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Autumn Statement 2015: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

24 November 2015

As one of the first departments to settle with the Treasury, there were few surprises in the chancellor’s statement, with day-to-day resource spending confirmed to fall by 15 per cent by 2019-20.

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Autumn Statement 2015: Office for Budget Responsibility analysis

24 November 2015

The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has published its analysis of the Government's financial performance and the figures have been welcomed by Chancellor George Osborne. Osborne took pride in announcing the UK was the fastest growing G7 economy, and grew three times faster than Japan,...

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Summaries of European Parliament Committees' debates (23/11/2015)

23 November 2015

Dods EU Monitoring drafts item by item reports delivered to your inbox within 24 hours, allowing you an insight into what is been said by whom and to track and influence legislation as it takes shape. 

This week's committee notes:

  • LIBE discusses amendments on Union Code on...
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Autumn Statement 2015: Speculation and insights

19 November 2015

Ahead of Chancellor George Osborne's statement to Parliament on 25 November outlining the Government's spending priorities, Dods Monitoring's team of political consultants have compiled a speculation document looking at areas across government departments that...

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Committee Notes

Summaries of European Parliament Committees' debates (16/11/2015)

18 November 2015

Dods EU Monitoring drafts item by item reports delivered to your inbox within 24 hours, allowing you an insight into what is been said by whom and to track and influence legislation as it takes shape. 

This week's committee notes:

  • INTA committee discusses the Future Trade and...
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Housing - building a new strategy

10 November 2015

With the Housing and Planning Bill now passing through parliament, the Dods Monitoring team have produced a briefing on the contents of the Bill, alongside relevant policies set out in the Conservative Party manifesto and the developments that have occurred since May.

The briefing also...

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Devolution briefing (Updated 09/11/2015)

9 November 2015

Ahead of the Report Stage of the Scotland Bill, Dods Monitoring have updated our Devolution Briefing on the constitutional makeup of the UK

The Scotland Bill is entering its final stage, with a tranche of new amendments from both sides due to be voted on.

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Aviation news from Westminster and beyond

4 November 2015

Airports Weekly is a round-up of the big aviation stories from Westminster and the devolved nations. With summaries of key debates in Parliament, select committee hearings, questions tabled, consultations and upcoming business, it is the indispensable parliamentary guide to what’s happening in...

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European Telecoms Policy Update

2 November 2015

Written by our EU telecoms consultant, our monthly newsletter will keep you abreast of activity from Brussels with information from the Commission, Council and Parliament as well as non-institutional stakeholders.

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The NHS in five years' time

30 October 2015

This report contains the findings of a survey of over 2,500 NHS staff working in England conducted over July and August 2015. The aim of the study was to assess the viability of the health service’s plans for the future as set out in its October 2014 publication the Five Year Forward View.

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European Business Finance Policy Update

28 October 2015

Written by our EU business consultant, our monthly newsletter will keep you abreast of activity from Brussels with information from the Commission, Council and Parliament as well as non-institutional stakeholders.

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European Retail Policy Update

21 October 2015

Written by our EU business consultant, our monthly newsletter will keep you abreast of activity from Brussels with information from the Commission, Council and Parliament as well as non-institutional stakeholders.

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English Votes for English Laws: Procedural Guide

21 October 2015

Ahead of the return of English votes for English laws (EVEL) proposals to the House of Commons tomorrow, Dods Monitoring has produced a brief overview setting out how the proposals would affect the legislative process should they be adopted. The briefing includes a flowchart of the proposed...

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European Energy Policy Update

15 October 2015

Written by our EU energy consultant, our monthly newsletter will keep you abreast of activity from Brussels with information from the Commission, Council and Parliament as well as non-institutional stakeholders.

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Party conferences 2015: Energy overview

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Business and retail overview

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Welfare overview

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Housing and Local Government overview

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Culture, media and sport overview

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Transport and infrastructure overview

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Environment and rural affairs overview

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Financial services overview

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Foreign affairs and defence overview

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Health and Social Care overview

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Home affairs and justice

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Party conferences 2015: Education and Skills

14 October 2015

Following three of the party conferences, Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth, Labour in Brighton and the Conservatives in Manchester, Dods Monitoring has compiled several overviews of key events and announcements during the conference season.

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Guide to David Cameron's Office

12 October 2015

Dods Monitoring and Dods People have produced a detailed insight into the Conservative leader’s inner circle – including his private office, media and political strategy teams and policy-makers.

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Capital Markets Union

1 October 2015

Following the financial crisis, both supply and demand for business lending fell in Europe. Whilst the situation has improved as confidence in the banking sector returned, the crisis revealed the extent to which the EU is reliant on the banks for business financing.

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State of the Union - Beyond Migration

14 September 2015

European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker, gave his first State of the Union address on September 9th 2015.

Whilst the majority of his presentation concerned the ongoing refugee crisis facing the EU, the Commission President also raised a number of other initiatives that are...

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Communities and Local Government Select Committee

8 September 2015

The Dods Monitoring team have produced a summary document from yesterday’s Communities and Local Government Select Committee session as well as a briefing on the membership of the new committee and its current programme of work. 

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The NHS in five years' time

1 September 2015

Dods Research has published its second annual report on the state of the NHS. We examine the views of over 2,800 health care workers on a range of key topics, including the impact of moving to a seven-day NHS and the prospects for transforming care delivery over the next five years.

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Labour Leadership Contest 2015: Overview of the candidates

1 September 2015

With the Labour Party set to elect a new leader on 12 September, Dods Monitoring has produced a guide to the four candidates vying to become leader of the Opposition.

This briefing provides an overview of the candidates – Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper, Jeremy Corbyn and Liz Kendall –...

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HM Government and Shadow Health teams

26 August 2015

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a detailed insight into Government and Shadow Health teams.

Find inside an organogram and contact details of both teams.

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Foreign national offenders - the perspective from the UK and EU

11 August 2015

On 30 July 2015, the Ministry of Justice published its latest quarterly statistics on offender management in the UK. The report found there was a decrease in the foreign national population in custody, which was down 3% on the previous year, to 10,512. Although a relatively small drop, this will...

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Airport Expansion: What next after the Davies Commission?

10 August 2015

Sir Howard Davies report into airport expansion reported in July 2015 coming out in favour of additional capacity at Heathrow.

Dods conducted an exclusive poll of MPs in July 2015 to find out their preferences for the future of airport expansion in the South East.

This briefing...

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Priorities and key dates of the Luxembourg Presidency July – December 2015

4 August 2015

Dods EU Monitoring team has prepared a Guide on the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union taking place during the second half of 2015.

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Summer Budget Key announcements

9 July 2015

On Wednesday 8th July the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his seventh, and first of this legislature, Budget Statement to Parliament.

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Summer Budget 2015 speculation briefing

2 July 2015

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing document that contains an informed explanation of the Budget process and the background to the budgetary announcements. It also draws together industry submissions and insight into the rumours and speculation circulating on the...

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European Commission reshuffle wall chart

1 July 2015

On Wednesday 24 June the European Commission announced a reshuffle. The Dods People EU team has produced a wall chart to show the changes on Director-General level.

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European Commission Conference: Driving Road Decarbonisation Forwards

22 June 2015

On June 18, the European Commission organised a high-level conference entitled “Driving Road Decarbonisation Forwards”, with Commissioners Miguel Arias Cañete, Elżbieta Bieńkowska and Violeta Bulc.

Contents of this briefing:

  • Road decarbonisation and the Energy...
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EU referendum Bill

16 June 2015

Ahead of the committee stage of the EU Referendum Bill on the floor of the House of Commons, Dods has published a briefing on the most contentious parts of the Bill.

The brief looks at the elements of the Bill likely to raise the most confrontation amongst MPs, and perhaps most...

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2015 Timeline

15 June 2015

Fill out the form to receive your complimentary 2015 political timeline, where Dods Monitoring run through the key events to look out for over the coming months.

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Debriefing on the EU Energy Ministers meeting

14 June 2015

Meeting in Brussels on Monday, June 8, the EU energy ministers adopted conclusions on the implementation of the Energy Union Strategy, focusing on how to provide consumers - both households and businesses - with secure, sustainable and affordable energy and to encourage the investment needed in...

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SNP – the new MPs, party structure and priorities

11 June 2015

On the day that the Scotland Bill is considered in detail on the floor of the House of Commons, Dods has published a guide to the new SNP intake at Westminster.

To understand the impact the SNP will have in this Parliament and the political landscape, Dods have profiled each SNP member of...

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Private Members’ Bills

2 June 2015

The private members’ Bill ballot in the House of Commons for the 2015/16 session is to be drawn on Thursday 4 June . For the first time there will also be a ballot in the House of Lords, which will fall on the day of the state opening of Parliament: Wednesday 27 May.

This...

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European Commission: transparency versus efficiency?

28 May 2015

On May 19th, the European Commission put forward its proposals on how to ensure better regulation in the EU. The package of reforms is, according to the Commission, designed to enhance transparency in the legislative process,  improve the quality of new laws through better impact assessments of...

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Queen's Speech briefing 2015

27 May 2015

The Queen’s Speech today marked the state opening of the new Parliament.

It announced the planned introduction of 25 new Bills, as well as one draft Bill.

Amongst others, headline legislation included an income tax, VAT and national insurance freeze;  the referendum on Britain’s...

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Queen's Speech speculation briefing 2015

20 May 2015

With only one week to go until the Queen's Speech that will mark the beginning of the new parliament, the Dods Monitoring team have compiled speculation and intelligence to give an insight into the Bills which may be announced.  

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Positionen zur Gründung einer öffentlichen Straßeninfrastrukturgesellschaft

15 May 2015

Die von Bundeswirtschaftsminister Gabriel einberufene Expertenkommission „Stärkung von Investitionen in Deutschland“ stellte am 21.04.2015 ihren Bericht vor.

Zu den Vorschlägen der Kommission unter Vorsitz von Marcel Fratzscher gehört die Gründung einer öffentlichen...

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Tarifeinheit – Positionen zum Gesetzentwurf

7 May 2015

Mit dem Tarifeinheitsgesetz will die Bundesregierung die Tarifeinheit nach dem betriebsbezogenen Mehrheitsprinzip einführen.

Ein Blick auf die Reaktionen der Stakeholder zeigt, dass die Gewerkschaftslandschaft in der Frage gespalten ist und selbst aus Regierungsreihen Änderungswünsche zu...

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Coalition negotiations and red lines

7 May 2015

With all polls pointing to a hung Parliament, where no single political party wins an overall majority in the House of Commons, the Dods Monitoring team have produced a briefing on the coalition negotiations that seem likely to follow.

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Wertstoffgesetz – Vorschläge aus Politik und Wirtschaft

6 May 2015

Die Bundesregierung will das Recycling in Deutschland stärken und hierzu ein Wertstoffgesetz vorlegen.

Wir liefern einen Überblick über die aktuelle Diskussion und haben Vorschläge aus den Bundestagsfraktionen sowie weiterer Stakeholder zusammengestellt.

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The Juncker Commission – Turning the EU around?

1 May 2015

The Juncker Commission took office six months ago and now there has been enough time to examine its achievements, challenges and future intentions.

The new Commission has set out to address the issues raised during the...

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Chairs of select committees and the 2015 Parliament

28 April 2015

Ahead of the return of Parliament, the Dods Monitoring team have produced a select committee briefing that covers the procedural aspects of the election of chairs and members. We also speculate on who might be in the running to take over the chairing of these key parliamentary vehicles of...

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All-Party Parliamentary Groups - procedural guide post-election

28 April 2015

Ahead of Parliament’s return, the Dods Monitoring team have produced a guide to all-party groups. This guide outlines the process for the creation and running important parliamentary groups.

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Employment, business, trade unions manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Financial services and tax manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Transport manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Foreign Affairs, international development and Europe manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Defence manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Culture, Media and Sport manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Home Affairs and Justice manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Welfare and pensions manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Housing and planning manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Health and social care manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Environment, Food and Rural Affairs manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Energy manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Education, children and schools manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Devolution, governance, and public sector manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Equalities and women manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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Science and Research manifesto 2015

22 April 2015

In advance of the General Election in just under three weeks’ time, the Dods Monitoring team have been looking at every party's manifestos and collated a summary divided into sectors.

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The EU digital road to growth?

20 April 2015

On 6 May, the European Commission is due to launch its long-awaited Digital Single Market Strategy. The Strategy is going to address several issues that constitute hurdles to a fully integrated European digital market, such as varying broadband...

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Eckpunktepapier „Strommarkt“ – Vorschläge und Reaktionen

20 April 2015

Das Bundeswirtschaftsministerium veröffentlichte am 27.03.2015 das Eckpunktepapier „Strommarkt“, um Maßnahmen zu konkretisieren, die für einen weiterentwickelten Strommarkt 2.0 notwendig sind.

Wir haben die Vorschläge des Ministeriums sowie Reaktionen von Bundestagsabgeordneten und...

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Liberal Democrats Party manifesto – a sector summary

15 April 2015

The Liberal Democrats Party has published its General Election manifesto, our political consultant team have pulled out all the commitments made and collated a handy summary. 

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UKIP Party manifesto – a sector summary

15 April 2015

The UKIP Party has published its General Election manifesto, our political consultant team have pulled out all the commitments made and collated a handy summary. 

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Green Party manifesto – a sector summary

14 April 2015

The Green Party has published its General Election manifesto, our political consultant team have pulled out all the commitments made and collated a handy summary. 

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Conservative Party manifesto – a sector summary

14 April 2015

The Conservative Party has published its General Election manifesto, our political consultant team have pulled out all the commitments made and collated a handy summary. 

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Labour Party manifesto – a sector summary

13 April 2015

The Labour Party has published its General Election manifesto, our political consultant team have pulled out all the commitments made and collated a handy summary. 

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Energy Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

“Climate change is one of the most serious threats facing the world today” began a joint statement signed by the three party leaders in February 2015.
The agreement, signed by David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband, went on to commit:

  • To seek a fair, strong, legally binding...
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International Development Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

In previous years the major three parties have made general and vague commitments to support international de-velopment and humanitarian projects. The success of Michael Moore and Bill Cash’s Private Members Bills, as well as the Department for International Development’s (DFID) budget of 0.7...

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Housing Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

For many voters, housing will have never had such a prominent role in a General Election before. Not since post-war Britain have political parties competed against each other over how many houses they would build. However com-mitments around these areas are exactly what the British electorate...

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Home Affairs Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

The issue of police reform will be of central importance to the electoral competition in 2015, in light of a series of high profile policing scandals in 2014 which have dented support for the current policing leadership structures amongst the major parties. Each of the parties has a distinct...

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Health Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

Richard Vize, Public Policy Media Ltd, writes "The spectre of the coalition’s restructuring of the NHS hangs over all three main parties as they shape their poli-cies for the election. While the Conservative and Liberal Democrats are presenting evolutionary ideas which are hard to attack, Labour...

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Finance and pensions Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

Finance is a vast policy area for parties to distinguish themselves from one another and promote a clear choice to the electorate between now and May. This overview of announcements, likely to be included in April’s manifestos, shows a degree of consensus as well as difference.

The ...

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Business and retail Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

The long process of manifesto building is heading towards its final stage with key figures including the Conservative’s Jo Johnson, Labour’s Jon Cruddas and the Liberal Democrats’ David Laws working to firm up their parties’ stance on key policies, all set against the backdrop of the most open...

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Transport Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

Most of us use some form of transport as we go about our day-to-day lives, yet the issue of transport is rarely considered a top priority for voters when it comes to casting their vote.
Despite this, transport expenditure decisions have an impact across swathes of government policy, in...

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Local Government Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

Following last September’s Scottish referendum, focus quickly shifted to English devolution following an attempt by David Cameron to tie in ’English votes for English laws’ whilst delivering the further powers promised by the pro-UK parties.

With the North-Side divide becoming a...

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Defence Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

Defence reform has featured heavily on the Coalition Government’s agenda with the Defence Reform Act receiving Royal Assent in May last year. The Conservatives have praised themselves for turning the defence deficit into a “balanced budget” whilst still meeting the NATO’s target of spending two...

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Environment and rural affairs Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

Whilst they may not be the key battlegrounds that many focus on during an election, the environment and rural affairs are issues close to the hearts (and homes) of many of the electorate.

Indeed, when parties are offering similar positions in other policy areas, pledges regarding local...

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Education and skills Manifesto commitments 2015

8 April 2015

With primary ministerial responsibility for schools, skills and universities having changed hands in the July 2014 reshuffle, including the removal of controversial Education Secretary Michael Gove, education policy has been hotly debated in the lead up to the 2015 election.

The ...

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Dods People PPC Picks: Oliver Coppard

1 April 2015

A local man through and through, Coppard was born and raised in the constituency, attending local schools Dobcroft, Silverdale and High Storrs and playing football for Millhouses Juniors. He studied Politics and Parliamentary Studies at Leeds University, and has worked in the USA in Congress,...

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Energy Union

The balancing act of Energy Union

31 March 2015

The EU imports 53 percent of the energy that it consumes. Six member states depend on a single external supplier. 94 percent of its transport sector relies on imported oil. Wholesale electricity prices are 30 percent...

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General Election Timeline 2015 (Updated 27-03-2015)

27 March 2015

Thursday May 7 2015 will firmly be in the minds of all, yet in the next three months there are a number of key events which will have a direct impact on the political landscape as we head to 2015 and beyond.

To help you track these key political dates and put them in your...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Armed forces and defence

26 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in health and social care policy and, if elected, are likely to make those some of their...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Education and Schools

26 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in health and social care policy and, if elected, are likely to make those some of their...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Justice, Crime and Policing

24 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in justice, crime and policing issues and, if elected, are likely to make those some of their...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Transport

24 March 2015

Opinion polls in the run up to the General Election on 7 May 2015 point to one of the closest contests in modern times. Dods have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. 

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Science and Engineering

24 March 2015

For the past 18 months Dods have been researching and collating information about prospective parliamentary candidates standing at the General Election on 7 May 2015.

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Media

24 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in the media and broadcasting and, if elected, are likely to discuss those issues further in the...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: International Development

24 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons The below list all have a special interest in international development and humanitarian issues and, if elected, are likely to make those one...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Higher Education

24 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in higher education and, if elected, are likely to discuss that and wider education issues in the...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Health

24 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in health and social care policy and, if elected, are likely to make those some of their...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Financial Services

24 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in health and social care policy and, if elected, are likely to make those some of their...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Energy

24 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in health and social care policy and, if elected, are likely to make those some of their...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Local Government

24 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in health and social care policy and, if elected, are likely to make those some of their...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Environment and Animal welfare

24 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in health and social care policy and, if elected, are likely to make those some of their...

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Top 10 PPCs to watch: Sport

24 March 2015

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated General Election on 7 May 2015, we have compiled details of some of the PPCs hoping to win seats in the House of Commons. The below list all have a special interest in health and social care policy and, if elected, are likely to make those some of their...

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Budget 2015

Budget 2015 Key announcements

19 March 2015

At 12.30pm yesterday the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his sixth Budget Statement to Parliament.

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing that provides full insight into all the consultations, reviews, proposed legislation and...

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Budget 2015 speculation briefing

12 March 2015

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing document that contains an informed explanation of the Budget process and the background to the budgetary announcements. It also draws together industry submissions and insight into the rumours and speculation circulating on the...

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The European Investment Plan - A new Marshall Plan for the EU?

11 March 2015

The European continent is mired in recession, low-or-non-existent growth, low confidence and record levels of unemployment. The combination of an ongoing economic and financial crisis and a failure by European governments to adapt to enhanced global competitiveness has left the...

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European ICT Policy updates

9 March 2015

On March 2, the Council of the European Union published the Conclusions of the first day of the Competitiveness Council. The ministers discussed the need for appropriate EU legislation for the digital economy, how to support digital firms, and approaches to include research and innovation into...

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Energy Policy update: European Union

4 March 2015

The Dods EU Monitoring team has produced an Energy Policy newsletter, designed to keep you abreast of developments, events and announcements on energy policy at EU level. Divided into topical sections, you will find information covering the activities of the European Commission...

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Updated guide to Nigel Farage's Office (26/02/2015)

24 February 2015

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a detailed insight into the Leader of the UK Independence Party’s (UKIP) inner circle - including his Spokespeople, Communications team and Advisers.

Find inside our overview of the team of personnel that Nigel Farage hopes will secure some UKIP seats...

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Guide to Nick Clegg's Office (Updated 19/02/2015)

19 February 2015

Dods Monitoring and Dods People have produced a detailed insight into the Deputy Prime Minister and Liberal Democrats Party Leader's inner circle.

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Parliament in review - legislation since 2010

6 February 2015

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a guide to outstanding legislation and remaining committee inquiries still open, plus a review of the number of Bills introduced under the current government and potential legislation to be expected during the next Parliament....

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Trident nuclear deterrent: A general election issue?

3 February 2015

On the first day of the sixth conference of P5 Nuclear Weapons States hosted by the UK in London on the 4th and 5th February, Dods has produced a briefing presenting the results of an exclusive poll of MPs on their view on the like-for-like replacement of the Trident nuclear deterrent.
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Energy preferences briefing

26 January 2015

Dods polled 100 MPs on a range of issues relevant to the energy sector, namely preferences over energy sources, the degree of certainty amongst experts on climate science, and overall support for nuclear energy.

MPs were asked to rank the several forms of energy generation according to...

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Driverless Cars Briefing

Autonomous Vehicles: Towards a driverless future?

14 January 2015

The introduction of autonomous vehicles onto UK roads raises challenges as well as opportunities for both the insurance industry and road safety campaigners.

This briefing prepared by Dods UK monitoring team presents the results of our exclusive poll of MPs on the issue, alongside the...

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Class of 2015 : Prospective Parliamentary Candidates to Watch

12 January 2015

Looking ahead to the General Election in May, Dods Monitoring has collaborated with Dods People to create a guide to the top Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs) to watch as the campaigning begins.

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Priorities and key dates of the Latvian Presidency January – June 2015

9 January 2015

Dods EU Monitoring team has prepared a Guide on the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union taking place during the first half of 2015.

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Briefing on the Government’s Anti-Corruption Plan

5 January 2015

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a briefing on the UK's Government Anti-Corruption plan, which was published in December 2014.

Fill out the form below to receive the briefing, which includes objectives, action plan and stakeholder reaction as well as an overview of anti-corruption...

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The 50 constituencies to watch in the 2015 general election

15 December 2014

Looking ahead to the general election in May 2015, The House Magazine has collaborated with Dods People to create a guide to the top 50 constituencies to watch as the campaigning begins.

This guide provides a handy snapshot of the constituencies most likely to...

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Autumn Statement 2014

Autumn Statement 2014: Insight and sector briefing

3 December 2014

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, made his 2014 Autumn Statement to Parliament, in which he provided an update on the government's economic plans based on the newly published Office for Budget Responsibility forecasts.

You can find out exactly how this...

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Autumn Statement 2014: Speculation and insights

1 December 2014

On Wednesday 3 December the Chancellor will make his Autumn Statement to Parliament, updating the House on the Government’s plans for the economy, based on the latest forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility.

In advance of the statement, Dods Monitoring has...

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European Commission Cabinet Members: Wall Chart

24 November 2014

The Dods EU Monitoring and Dods EU People teams have put together a wall chart detailing the newly elected European Commissioners and the Cabinet, including job titles, responsibilities and contact details. 

Please fill out the below form in order to receive your copy of the document. ...

Defence and Security sector, this week in Brussels, November 3 -10

14 November 2014

The Dods EU Monitoring team has produced a weekly report on European policy issues concerning the defence and security sector.

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Police Reform Briefing

11 November 2014

The Dods Monitoring team has produced a Police reform briefing that outlines the background and detail behind Home Secretary Theresa May’s programme of police reform, focusing in particular on the institutional changes that have been ushered in over the previous two years. ...

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Energy Policy update: EU, Germany, France and UK developments

6 November 2014

The Dods EU Monitoring team has produced an Energy Policy newsletter, designed to keep you abreast of developments, events and announcements on energy policy at EU level. Divided into topical sections, you will find information covering the activities of the European Commission...

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New EU Commission: Profiles and portfolios of Team Juncker - Updated

22 October 2014

Who exactly is the Juncker's winning team that will contribute to shaping the EU in the next mandate?

Dods EU Monitoring team has created a short biography for each member of the new European Commission with their allocated portfolio so...

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ESMA hearing on Credit Rating Agencies regulation

15 October 2014

Today, The European Securities and Markets Authority held a public hearing on the periodic information to be submitted to ESMA by Credit Rating Agencies. The hearing was based on the issues raised in the recently published Consultation paper. Dods EU Monitoring followed this event and is...

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Hydraulic fracturing briefing

15 October 2014

Shale gas extraction using hydraulic fracturing sits alongside renewable energy development and new nuclear as dominant themes of the current Government’s energy policy. It is though one of the most controversial aspects and exploratory drilling has thus far generated extensive media coverage...

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Labour party conference recap Health

29 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team have collated an overview by sector of Labour activity at conference. See below the overview of health.

Health

Labour leader Ed Miliband’s keynote speech at this year’s Labour conference firmly placed the NHS at the heart of the party’s...

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Labour party conference recap Transport

29 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team have collated an overview by sector of Labour activity at conference. See below the overview of transport.

Transport

Shadow transport secretary Mary Creagh MP reaffirmed Labour’s stance on transport, which included commitments to continue...

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Prime Minister's foreword to the forthcoming 2015 edition of Dods Parliamentary Companion

29 September 2014

We are pleased to announce that the Prime Minister David Cameron has written the foreword for our publication Dods Parliamentary Companion.

"For over 180 years, Members of Parliament, researchers and civil servants have found Dods Parliamentary Companion a mine of invaluable...

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Science and Innovation

Science and Innovation across the UK and Europe

22 September 2014

Pan-European briefing covers key issues the UK government faces within science and innovation area and includes stakeholder comment on which areas of science R&D should be prioritised as well as expert comments from our French, German and EU consultants.

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Pension Schemes Bill - a briefing following its Second Reading on September 2 2014

22 September 2014

The Budget 2014 saw major reforms to UK's pension arrangements. Declared as the most ‘radical shake-up’ the pensions industry has seen in decades, the controversial changes pro-posed in the Pension Schemes Bill are based on current schemes used in the Netherlands and Scandinavia. Whilst the...

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Projet de loi relatif à la transition énergétique et pour la croissance verte

19 September 2014

A partir du 1er octobre, l’Assemblée nationale commencera à débattre ce texte longuement attendu, avec pour but de réformer en profondeur la politique énergétique de la France, lutter contre le réchauffement climatique et réduire la facture énergétique des Français.

A cette occasion, le...

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Housing Briefing

Andrew George’s PMB on the Spare Room Subsidy

19 September 2014

Detailed look at the measures included in Andrew George’s PMB, revoking large parts of the government’s spare room subsidy. Stakeholder comment included.

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Changes of French policies on energy savings and the development of renewable energy resources

19 September 2014

From October 1st, the French National Assembly will start discussing the major adjustments to energy policies which, according to the minister, aim to fight against global warming and reduce French energy bills.

The Dods Trombinoscope French monitoring team has created a summary of the...

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Transparency of Lobbying, Non Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act 2014

18 September 2014

Following the passing of the Transparency of Lobbying, Non Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act 2014, known as the Lobbying Act, earlier this year there has been confusion about the implications of the Act, especially on charities and third sector organisations and their funding...

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The health reforms: a check-up

15 September 2014

Dods Research team has produced a report that examined the impact of the health and social care act 2012, which introduced clinical commissioning groups to replace primary care trusts.

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Remote working trends across the UK public sector

14 September 2014

In 2013, Dods Research produced The Remote Working Trends Across the UK Public Sector report. It is designed to provide insight into rapidly developing new ways of working. It highlights trends, key statistics and insight from senior stakeholders within...

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Italian Presidency Guide

9 September 2014

Dods EU Monitoring team has put together a guide listing priorities and key dates of this presidency.

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Countdown to May 15

9 September 2014

Thursday May 7 2015 will firmly be in the minds of all, yet in the next eight months there are a number of key events which will have a direct impact on the political landscape as we head to 2015 and beyond.

To help you track these key political dates and put them in your...

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Guide to Ed Miliband's Office

9 September 2014

Dods Monitoring and Dods People have produced a detailed insight into the Labour leader’s inner circle – including his private office, media and political strategy teams, policy-makers, and the newly created Attack and Rapid Rebuttal Unit.

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Manifesto Lookahead: Business and financial services

2 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team has produced an in-depth paper analysing the key policy debates in the business and financial services sector that will define the electoral competition. 

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Manifesto Lookahead: Culture, media and sport

2 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team has produced an in-depth paper analysing the key policy debates in the culture, media and sport sector that will define the electoral competition. 

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Manifesto Lookahead: Foreign affairs, defence and international development

2 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team has produced an in-depth paper analysing the key policy debates in the foreign affairs, defence and international development sector that will define the electoral competition. 

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Manifesto Lookahead: Health and social care

2 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team has produced an in-depth paper analysing the key policy debates in the health and social care sector that will define the electoral competition. 

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Manifesto Lookahead: Science, manufacturing and skills and apprenticeships

2 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team has produced an in-depth paper analysing the key policy debates in the science, manufacturing and skills and apprenticeships sector that will define the electoral competition. 

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Manifesto Lookahead: Home affairs

2 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team has produced an in-depth paper analysing the key policy debates in the home affairs that will define the electoral competition. 

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Manifesto Lookahead: Education

2 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team has produced an in-depth paper analysing the key policy debates in the education that will define the electoral competition. 

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Manifesto Lookahead: Housing, transport, infrastructure and local government

2 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team has produced an in-depth paper analysing the key policy debates in the housing, transport, infrastructure and local government sector that will define the electoral competition. 

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Manifesto Lookahead: Energy and environment

2 September 2014

The Dods Monitoring team has produced an in-depth paper analysing the key policy debates in the energy and environment that will define the electoral competition. 

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Manifesto 2015

1 September 2014

Dods Monitoring team has produced an in-depth paper analysing the key policy debates in every sector that will define the electoral competition. 

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Queens Speech 2014

7 July 2014

This morning, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II travelled in one of her state coaches from Buckingham Palace to her riverside Palace of Westminster to open Parliament.

She has only missed the ceremony twice since her accession: in 1959 when she was pregnant with Prince Andrew, and in 1963...

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