Alice Campbell

Alice Campbell


Alice Campbell is one of The Parliamentary Review's online news contributors, reporting on the latest events in politics and business. Alice studied politics and philosophy at the University of Sheffield and has considerable experience in communications and public affairs.

Alice Campbell's articles (14)

Slowest growth of Chinese economy since 1990s

Figures have shown that the Chinese economy growth in the latest quarter were the slowest since the 1990s.

Commons votes to extend abortion rights and gay marriage to Northern Ireland

MPs vote to bring Northern Ireland in line with the rest of the UK on the significant social issues of abortion and gay marriage.

Women and Equalities minister Penny Mordaunt discusses policy plans

Speaking to BBC Radio 4, women and equalities minister Penny Mordaunt discussed her policy plans relating to inequality “at every stage of a woman’s life”.

Gambling firms to pledge another £60 million to help addicts

Following criticisms, the UKs biggest gambling firms have agreed to give more money to help fund treatment for problem gamblers.

Investment into UK shows signs of decline, according to government analysis

The Department for International Trade reports that inward investment into the UK is showing signs of sharp decline over the past few years.

Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson debate respective negotiation plans

The final two candidates in the Conservative party leadership race have outlined their different ideas on how the UK should leave the EU.

Conservative Party leadership race: Who’s who?

As the Tory leadership race continues, read our summary of the main candidates' stances.

World Bank suggests global economy is weakening

A new assessment from the World Bank suggests that the global economy is weakening.

Landmark women’s pension age case goes to high court

A judicial review at the High Court will investigate whether the way the government raised the retirement age for women constituted sex discrimination.

Oil and gas industry announce they are “listening” to Greta Thunberg

A leading industry figure said that the UK offshore oil and gas sector “is listening” to teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg.

UK businesses meet with Trump

Donald Trump met with business leaders from the UK and US to discuss future trading relations today.

Trump begins UK state visit in wake of controversial comments

Donald Trump, President of the United States, has arrived for his first official state visit to the UK where he will be hosted by the royal family and politicians.

MPs warn EU settlement scheme could cause another Windrush scandal

The Common Home Affairs Committee spoke of “serious concerns” regarding the EU settlement Scheme, highlighting potential technical issues with the application system.

China suggests Huawei 5G ban could affect UK investment

Earlier this week, a Chinese diplomat suggested that there could be significant investment implications for the UK if Huawei were to be blocked from Britain’s 5G network.