Tony Blair responds to Parliamentary Review publication
The former Prime Minister Tony Blair spoke to the 2018 Parliamentary Review gala, addressing best practice and his career.Read More
Jonny Wilkinson tells business leaders about the importance of mental health
Former England captain and Rugby World Cup winner Jonny Wilkinson spoke at The Parliamentary Review gala on World Mental Health Day, discussing how his life has been changed by success and injury and the subsequent effect on his mental health.Read More
The Manchester Grammar School
Martin Boulton is high master of The Manchester Grammar School, one of the country’s most famous schools, with a distinguished history and reputation for academic excellence. As the recipient of an assisted place to attend MGS in the 1980s, he gives his perspective on the historic role played by schools like MGS in social mobility and presents a model for what can be achieved by an independent school.Read More
George Osborne addresses 2018 Parliamentary Review representatives
George Osborne, the former chancellor and current editor of the London Evening Standard, spoke at The Parliamentary Review gala, discussing everything from Boris to Che Guevara. Osborne described the Review as a “brilliant organisation.”Read More
Sybourn Primary School & Children’s Centre
While it was founded in 1903, up until the past few years, Sybourn Primary School in Walthamstow had a poor reputation in the area, and was not a local school of choice. Since 2013, the school has joined the Lion Academy Trust, appointed a new executive head teacher, Andrew Bocchi, and changed how it was perceived locally.Read More
Ed Balls commends The Parliamentary Review for “bringing common sense to policy debates”
In a speech delivered to The Parliamentary Review gala, former shadow chancellor Ed Balls regaled best practice representatives with anecdotes from his time in politics and his newfound television fame.Read more
Contributed to by leading politicians.
"This year’s Parliamentary Review follows a significant year in British politics. It was a year in which our economy continued to grow, as the Government followed its balanced plan..."
"It is only by making sustained increases to our productivity that we can deliver the higher wages that will increase living standards and fund the improvement of our public services"