Ross Hindle

Ross Hindle

Senior Editor

Ross co-ordinates the print run of each Review, providing representatives with an apt platform to share their best practice and discuss the issues in their sector that matter most. Ross graduated from The University of Exeter with a degree in English.

Ross Hindle's articles (15)

Scotland begin to ease lockdown

As of today, people in Scotland can now meet with family and friends after more than 60 days in lockdown.

Cherry Mortgage and Finance believe housing market is "likely to suffer"

While there are no shortage of economic concerns on a global scale surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak, mortgage broker Matthew Fleming-Duffy, of Cherry Mortgage & Finance, has spoken to The Parliamentary Review to air his concerns about some of the policies the government is putting into action.

Sustainability an issue more than ever in current outbreak environment

Parliamentary Review representative Samantha Price of Romsey Dental Care outlined in her article the need for the healthcare sector to operate in a far more sustainable fashion, specifically with regards to its relationship with single-use plastics.

Culture secretary says Virgin Media announcement a step towards "delivering gigabit broadband to everyone in the UK"

Following Virgin Media's announcement that one million households in the West Midlands will have ultrafast broadband access from March onwards, culture secretary Oliver Dowden said that the news was great progress on the government plan to "deliver gigabit broadband to everyone in the UK".

Eustice: PM "regularly informed" about floods

Following criticism that the prime minister was not visiting flood-affected areas around the UK; environment secretary George Eustice has defended the government's response and pledged a substantial amount of money to flood defences.

ONS report confirms earnings spike against Florence Roby warnings around minimum wage increase

An October annual survey by the Office for National Statistics has found the number of people classified as “low-paid” across the UK to be the lowest in recent history.

SEN best practice of GK Training Services a template for educational reform

In October, a report by the Commons Education Committee declared SEN support in schools across the country a “major social injustice”. MPs in the committee said there was evidence that the new system, which was introduced in 2014, had failed young people.

Government’s “green housing revolution” could learn from sustainability driven ORBS Electrical

At the Conservative Party Conference in October, housing secretary Robert Jenrick announced the Future Homes Standard – an effort to “uplift” standards by updating the government’s Building Regulations.

London Assembly report questions capability of Crossrail boss

In a report investigating Crossrail's delays, the London Assembly have recommended that TfL commissioner Mike Brown should consider if "he is fit to fulfil his role".

How does the parliamentary Whipping System work?

With the role of the whips and the extent to which MPs defy them playing a crucial role in Brexit, The Parliamentary Review examines the the Whipping system as a whole, how it works and notable examples of its use.

Questions about potential university funding cuts from The Russell Group and Edinburgh Dental Institute

In the wake of a governmental review of university funding, The Russell Group released a statement on Friday calling on ministers to ensure that "social mobility gains are not sent into reverse". Edinburgh Dental Institute's Director Angus Walls has reacted by saying that the implications have only been further complicated by the devolution of education funding from Westminster to the Scottish Government.

Land of Beds and E5 Bakehouse reflect on the retail sector after Patisserie Valerie announce MBO

It was announced yesterday morning that Patisserie Valerie were to be rescued from administration by Irish investment firm Causeway Capital in a deal worth £13 million – a shadow of the chain's former net worth. In response, upcoming Parliamentary Review representatives Land of Beds and e5 Bakehouse discuss the future of British retail.

BRC chief tells Parliamentary Review about the changing nature of retail

Helen Dickinson OBE, Chief Executive of the British Retail Consortium, has said the retail sector is currently experiencing a "reset moment".

Chancellor remains upbeat in face of GDP growth's last-quarter slowdown

In response to a report published this morning by the Office of National Statistics, which indicated the UK's GDP growth rate falling to 0.2 per cent in the last quarter of 2018, the chancellor has remained positive and stated that "the UK's economy continues to grow".

Spirit AeroSystems' airline challenges echoed by Thomas Cook launching "strategic review"

Just days after budget airline Germania filed for bankruptcy and Ryanair posted their first loss since 2014, Thomas Cook has announced it is launching a “strategic review” into its airline.