On Tuesday 7 November, his Majesty King Charles III took centre stage to deliver the Government’s legislative programme for the upcoming parliamentary session. This announcement marked a pivotal moment in setting the tone for policies and legislation across various sectors.
DeHavilland rapidly responded by producing comprehensive sector summaries across the following areas:
- Business and industry
- Employment and welfare
- Energy and environment
- Financial services
- Health and social care
- Home affairs and justice
- Foreign affairs and ID
- Local government
The sector summaries serve as a valuable resource for those seeking an understanding of the proposed policies and their potential impact. You can download them here.
How to engage with the legislative process
For those looking to explore further into the legislative processes outlined in the King’s Speech, DeHavilland is hosting a live online event: ‘How to engage with the legislative process’, taking place on Tuesday 14 November.
This event is ideal for public affairs and policy professionals wanting to engage with legislation, as well as those who have not done so before.
The event speakers are Arran Russell, Head of Content and Service and Hattie Ireland, Senior Policy Consultant. They will address key points, including:
- How legislation makes its way through Parliament
- The most effective ways to engage with a Bill’s passage through Parliament
- The role of delegated legislation once we have an Act of Parliament
You can register for the event here.