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Which MPs get a chance to make new law following the Private Members' Bill Ballot?

May 25, 2022

The drawing of the Commons annual Private Members Bill Ballot, saw 20 names selected at random that will make the most of their chance in parliamentary limelight. This Dods Political Intelligence report written by our UK political monitoring team lists the MPs in ballot order and aims to shed light on what they might propose by detailing their interests and experience.‍

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REPowerEU: Reducing dependence on Russian fossil fuels

May 24, 2022

The European Commission’s REPowerEU Plan, published on 18 May, aims to rapidly phase out the European Union's dependence on Russian fossil fuels and accelerate the bloc’s green transition. This Dods EU Political Intelligence report provides an outline of the REPowerEU Plan and a compilation of initial political and stakeholder reactions to the proposed measures.

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Understanding the EU's new Rule of Law Conditionality Mechanism

May 16, 2022

the European Commission officially launched its new rule of law disciplinary procedure for the first time against Hungary. This Dods EU Political Intelligence report provides a guide to the conditionality mechanism, explaining, how and when it can be applied, and how it complements other EU measures to defend the rule of law.

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Laura Hutchinson on UK Government's agenda following Queen’s Speech

May 10, 2022

Our Head of UK Political Intelligence, Laura Hutchinson, commented on BBC News following the Queen’s Speech. Watch the full interview here.

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The European Health Data Space

May 9, 2022

The European Commission published its plans for the European Health Data Space (EHDS), a new framework designed to make it easier for individuals, medics, researchers, and regulators to access and use health information. This Dods EU Political Intelligence report provides a brief outline of the Commission's EHDS plan and compiles some of the key political and stakeholder views that were set out ahead of its publication.

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What to expect from Queen’s Speech 2022

May 5, 2022

The Queen’s Speech, which sets out the government’s legislative plans for the months ahead, is scheduled to take place on 10 May 2022. This Dods Political Intelligence report written by our policy monitoring team lists the new laws, including bills carried over from the previous sessions, that the government is expected to put forward in the upcoming Queen’s Speech.

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What to expect in the upcoming UK Local Elections

May 2, 2022

On May 5, local elections are due to be held in Scotland, Wales and parts of England including London, while voters in Northern Ireland are set to elect members of the Northern Ireland Assembly. This Dods Political Intelligence report provides a brief guide to the elections that will take place, examining the main factors in play, the parties’ proposals, and highlighting key electoral battlegrounds.

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The EU Data Act proposal

April 26, 2022

The European Commission released its proposal for a Data Act. This Dods report, produced by our EU Political Intelligence team, provides an overview of the main elements of the new legislative file, information about the upcoming legislative process in the European Parliament and the Council, and a comprehensive summary of stakeholder reactions on the Commission’s proposal.

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