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DeHavilland Website Terms & Conditions


Terms & Conditions


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1. Introduction

  1. This website (“the Website”) is operated by DeHavilland Information Services Limited, Company Number 8297488 (England) and whose registered address is 154-160 Fleet Street, London, England, EC4A 2DQ (“DeHavilland”).
  2. Please read these Terms & Conditions carefully before using the Website. By accessing any part of the Website, you shall be deemed to have accepted these Terms & Conditions in full. If you do not accept these Terms & Conditions, you must leave the Website immediately.
  3. DeHavilland may revise these Terms & Conditions at any time by posting an update on the Website. Your continued use of the Website after any such change constitutes your acceptance of the new Terms & Conditions and they shall be binding on you. You should therefore check the Website from time to time to review the then current Terms & Conditions. These Terms & Conditions were last updated in October 2023.

2. Disclaimer

  1. DeHavilland shall not be liable if for any reason the Website is unavailable at any time or for any period. Access to the Website may be suspended temporarily and without notice in the case of system failure, maintenance or repair or for any other reasonable cause.
  2. You acknowledge that whilst DeHavilland endeavours to ensure that material on the Website and any material otherwise provided to you by DeHavilland, whether by email or otherwise (“the DeHavilland Materials”) is accurate and complete, it is provided only for general information, is not intended to address your particular requirements and does not constitute any form of advice or recommendation by DeHavilland. You acknowledge that the DeHavilland Materials should not be relied upon by you in making (or refraining from making) any specific investment or other business or personal decisions and acknowledge that professional advice should be obtained before making any such decision. Finally, you acknowledge that some of the content may be supplied by third parties and the accuracy and completeness of it will not have been checked by DeHavilland.
  3. DeHavilland will use reasonable endeavours to ensure that the Website and the DeHavilland Materials do not contain or promulgate any viruses or other malicious code. However, it is recommended that you should virus check all such materials and regularly check for the presence of viruses and other malicious code.


3. Use of DeHavilland Materials

  1. All intellectual property rights in the DeHavilland Materials are reserved by DeHavilland or its licensors or users (as applicable).
  2. You may view the DeHavilland Materials for your lawful, personal, non-commercial use. You may not distribute, adapt, translate, modify, merge or make available the DeHavilland Materials to any person all or part of any material, or use it for commercial purposes, without our prior written consent. You may not use the DeHavilland Materials to create a database, library, news, information, archive, website or similar service (electronic otherwise) . All other rights are reserved.

4. Links to and from other websites

  1. Links on the Website to third party websites are provided solely for your convenience. If you use these links, you leave the Website. DeHavilland has not reviewed these third party websites and does not control and is not responsible for these websites or their content or availability. DeHavilland therefore does not endorse or make any representations about them, or any material found on them, or any results that may be obtained from using them. If you decide to access any of the third party websites linked to the Website, you do so entirely at your own risk.
  2. You may link to the home page of the Website but strictly only on the basis that you do not replicate the home page of the Website, and subject to the following conditions:
    1. you do not create a frame or any other browser or border environment around the Website;
    2. you do not in any way imply any endorsement by DeHavilland other than with its written consent or misrepresent your relationship with DeHavilland;
    3. you do not use any logos or trademarks displayed on the Website without the express written permission of DeHavilland;
    4. you do not link from a website that is not owned by you; and
    5. your website does not contain content that is distasteful, offensive or controversial, that infringes any intellectual property rights or other rights of any other person or otherwise does not comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
  3. You may link to other pages of the Website only with the prior written consent of DeHavilland and subject always to the obligations set out above. If you wish to do so, please contact us at info@dehavilland.co.uk.

5. Trade Marks

All DeHavilland trade marks (whether registered or unregistered) and graphics, logos, designs, page headers and button icons are the intellectual property rights of DeHavilland and neither they nor any confusingly similar versions may be used by you including (but not limited to) as part of any trade marks and/or domain names without the prior written consent of DeHavilland other than for the purpose of referring to DeHavilland and its associated brands lawfully and in good faith (only).

6. Limitation of DeHavilland’s Liability

  1. DeHavilland will not be liable to you for any loss or damage caused by DeHavilland or its employees or sub-contractors in circumstances where:
    1. there is no breach of a legal duty of care owed to you by DeHavilland (or its employees or sub-contractors); or
    2. such loss or damage is not a reasonably foreseeable result of any such breach; or
    3. In respect of any increase in the loss or damage resulting from your actions.
  2. Without prejudice to Clause 6.1 but subject to Clause 6.3, any liability of DeHavilland arising in respect of your use of the Website and/or the DeHavilland Materials (whether in tort, contract or otherwise) shall be limited in aggregate to five hundred pounds sterling (£500) per event unless otherwise agreed in writing between us.
  3. Nothing in these Terms & Conditions shall exclude or limit DeHavilland’s liability for:
    1. death or personal injury caused by the negligence of DeHavilland and/or its employees negligence; or
    2. fraudulent misrepresentation by DeHavilland and/or its employees;
    3. any other liability that cannot lawfully be excluded.


7. Privacy and Cookies Policy

How we may use your personal information: We will only use your personal information as set out in our Privacy Policy.

8. General

  1. In the event that any provision of these Terms & Conditions is held to be invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of these Terms & Conditions shall remain valid and enforceable.
    Our failure to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these Terms & Conditions shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision.

    We may assign or otherwise transfer our rights and obligations of these Terms & Conditions to third parties.  You remain bound by these Terms & Conditions following such assignment or transfer.
  2. These Terms & Conditions shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales and the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction.

DeHavilland Information Services Limited
154-160 Fleet Street, London, England, EC4A 2DQ

T: +44 (0)20 3833 1375 
F: +44 (0)20 7960 6100
E: info@dehavilland.co.uk

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Larnie Hur – Deputy Content Editor

Larnie has worked across journalism, copywriting and content since graduating from City, University London with a degree in Journalism and Mandarin.

She joined DeHavilland in October 2022 to help the DeHavilland and Forefront Adviser teams craft high-quality content to deliver exceptional value to our clients.

Larnie enjoys writing about food and is keenly interested in women’s health issues.

Emmen Ackrim – Policy Executive

Emmen joined DeHavilland in September 2023 after working at Portland Communications and the Labour Party. She previously she read European Politics at The London School of Economics and sits within the Financial Services team.

Reece Davies – Policy Executive

Reece joined DeHavilland in February 2023 after working in Government and public affairs. He studied Political and International Relations at the University of Manchester, before going on to complete a Masters in European Politics. He runs the education, welfare and third sector portfolio, and has a particular interest in higher education policy. 

Martha Loach – Policy Executive

Working within the Public Services Team, Martha leads on the public health and social care portfolio. Prior to joining DeHavilland in July 2023, she was a Programme Manager at a social mobility organisation before venturing into public policy research and events management at GovNet. She read History and Politics at the University of Edinburgh, with a year abroad in Washington DC. Martha enjoys scrutinising the socioeconomic contours of public health challenges and inequalities.

James Wilson – Policy Coordinator

James joined DeHavilland in March 2023 after having read Global Political Economy and International Relations at Leiden University.

He operates within the Corporate Services Team working across the financial services and FMCG and manufacturing portfolios. He particularly enjoys covering the international development sector and watching government policy on political economy and security.

Georgia Richardson – Policy Coordinator

Georgia recently moved from the commercial real estate sector to work on the public services team at DeHavilland, specialising in health and welfare policy. She studied Politics and History at the University of Manchester and particularly enjoys following welfare and housing policy.

Eliza Kehoe – Policy Executive

Eliza joined DeHavilland in June 2023 having previously worked at the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth in Ireland. Before this, she studied Business, Economics and Social Sciences at Trinity College Dublin. 

Eliza looks after the health portfolio within the wider public services team. She is particularly interested in health inequalities and women’s health.

Lauren Atkins – Policy Consultant

Lauren has worked in political monitoring since she graduated from the University of Bath with a First Class degree in Politics and International Relations. She joined DeHavilland in February 2022 initially covering the Education and Welfare portfolio, before her interest in the Online Safety Bill led her to take on the Tech, Digital and Telecoms portfolio in early 2023.

Molly Stocker – Data Team Leader

Molly is currently the Data Team Leader at Dehavilland. She joined Dehavilland in March 2021 after studying politics at the University of Southampton and working as a data administrator at a trade association. Her interest in data has helped to expand sourcing and she is looking forward to the upcoming constituency boundary changes and how this will effect the next General Election.

Sophia Corfield – Policy Consultant

Sophia joined DeHavilland in June 2022. She heads up DeHavilland’s Public Services Team and leads on the pharmaceutical portfolio. Sophia enjoys following developments in the life sciences sector as its importance continues to grow in political discourse.

Before joining Dehavilland, Sophia graduated from the University of Reading with a first class degree in History and International Relations. After graduating she spent a year working as an Agent and Fundraiser for the Conservative Party.

Josh Dell – Group Editor and Events Lead

Josh helps both DeHavilland and Forefront Advisers’s writers deliver stellar content, while also leading DeHavilland and Forefront’s events programme. When not working in and around politics, he writes about food and wine.

Miles Braslavsky – Senior Policy Consultant 

Miles joined DeHavilland four years ago having received a BA in Politics and International Relations from the University of Birmingham. He manages DeHavilland’s Corporate Service Team and leads on the financial services portfolio.

He enjoys watching post-Brexit regulatory divergence play out over time having tracked closely the passage of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2023.

Arran Russell – Head of Content and Service

Arran has been at DeHavilland since January 2010. As Head of Content and Service he oversees what our clients receive in our monitoring service as well as the content and data on our website. He focuses his time on how we can improve how we support public affairs teams and is always working towards DeHavilland being the best in the business.

Before working at DeHavilland he worked for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, focusing on social mobility. He has a Masters degree in International Political Economy from the University of Manchester and a Bachelors in Contemporary History and Politics from the University of Salford. He has also run two of his own businesses, one coaching football to primary school kids and another investing in property.

Hattie Ireland

Hattie has been at DeHavilland for three years working across the policy and content team, and now leads our infrastructure policy team, specialising in transport policy.

She enjoys being able to work with a range of clients at the forefront of the issues of today, from recovering from the pandemic to efforts to decarbonise the sector.

Before joining DeHavilland, she graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a first class degree in History and Politics where she also spent a year abroad in Washington D.C.

Michael Cameron – Policy Consultant

Michael joined DeHavilland in August 2022 having previously read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Keble College, Oxford.

He looks after the housing, construction, and local government portfolio, within the wider infrastructure team. Within the housing sector, he particularly enjoys watching the ongoing debate about how and where the UK can build more homes.