Department for Education responds to Parliamentary Review Special Report
Following the publication of our Special Report into Holiday Hunger, we contacted the Department for Education. Enclosed below is the response from Michelle Donelan MP, Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families.Read More
Loan Charge should be delayed says Ross Thomson MP
Following on from his question to the prime minister during Wednesday’s PMQs, Ross Thomson MP spoke to the Review about the need to delay the introduction of the loan charge. The 2019 loan charge is a government measure whose purpose is to tackle a tax avoidance scheme known as “disguised remuneration.”Read More
2019 Representative: BBC
The BBC was founded almost a century ago with a simple mission: to inform, educate and entertain. Today, the BBC enhances the lives of almost everyone in the UK – around 40 million people use it every day, and more than 90 per cent of adults every week. Its global services now reach over 425 million people worldwide. Director-General of the BBC Lord Tony Hall discusses the increasingly important role of the BBC for the UK.Read More
Hilary Benn interview: A country that shuts the door to the world has no future
Amid the turbulence in Westminster, The Parliamentary Review’s Thomas Wilson sat down with Hilary Benn to get a sense of where he thinks politics is headed.Read More
2019 Representative: Leith Planning
Executive Chairman Chris Plenderleith heads up the Leith Planning Group, a boutique town planning consultancy with offices in Lancashire and London that operates internationally. Having worked in the sector for over 30 years, Chris knows that politics plays a major role in the planning process and that uncertainty is a fact of life. He believes, however, that its effects could be reduced were government to adopt a more agile approach. For this to succeed, there are three major practical qu...Read More
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