Scott Challinor

Scott Challinor

Business Editor

Scott Challinor is a specialist in communications and works on the assembly of particular Parliamentary Review documents. He studied French and Spanish at Oxford University.


Scott Challinor's articles (403)

Brexit and Budget to come within first 100 days in government, Boris Johnson claims

Boris Johnson has claimed that his Brexit deal will be passed through Parliament and a Budget will be delivered within his first 100 days in power should the Conservatives win the general election.

Childcare policies 'can go further' to address concerns from industry experts like Tall Trees Kindergarten

The general election on 12th December is exactly one week away, with all three leading parties having unveiled their election manifestos. For those childcare providers working in the Early Years education sector, party policies on this issue have made for interesting reading in terms of how they propose to address concerns within the industry.

Black Friday lifts retail sector, says Barclaycard

Consumers flocking to take advantage of Black Friday promotions has given the UK’s retail sector a welcome boost.

Johnson supportive of future tech tax

Prime minister Boris Johnson has said that he would support implementing a digital sales tax in the UK, adding that large online companies need to make a “fairer contribution”.

Corbyn writes to Trump calling for NHS reassurances ahead of NATO summit

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has written to US president Donald Trump ahead of a summit to celebrate the 70th anniversary of NATO, calling for “clarity” that the NHS would be off the table in a future trade deal.

Improved border security a post-Brexit priority for the Conservatives

The Conservatives say that they will introduce automated exit and entrance checks as part of improvements to the UK’s border security after Brexit should they be re-elected this December.

Labour promise to cut train fares by 33 per cent

The Labour party has revealed plans to reduce train fares by a third as part of its wider ambitions to nationalise the rail network.

Labour to provide regional manifestos detailing pledges for specific areas

The Labour Party is set to launch a campaign of regional manifestos which will outline more specific plans for investment in specific areas of the country.

Conservatives pledge extra £10 million investment into Ofsted

The Conservative party has pledged to empower England’s education regulator Ofsted with plans to introduce longer inspection windows and a funding boost of £10 million.

Conservatives issue complaint to regulator over climate debate empty chairing

The Conservative party has issued a complaint to Ofcom after Channel Four empty chaired prime minister Boris Johnson for its live debate on climate change.

Ventures like Sport4Kids Franchising Ltd vital for the FA’s long-term strategy

Back in 2013, the appointment of Greg Dyke as chairman of the Football Association was a turning point in English football’s underlying strategy and the start of its emphasis on developing homegrown talent.

Robertsons Solicitors hint at legal sector's issues of importance for party leaders

As the December 12 general election draws ever closer, both major parties have made a statement in their policies for addressing crime and justice.

Official immigration figures align with Scion Mastery’s views on Brexit

A prominent issue within the wider Brexit debate since the result of the 2016 referendum on EU membership has been the impact that leaving the bloc will have on immigration and how it has already affected UK net migration.

In Focus: British manufacturer Fane International highlights urgency of getting Brexit done

Ever since the referendum of 2016 saw the British electorate make the decision to leave the European Union, UK industry has set about planning and preparing to operate in accordance with the will of the British people. However, little over three years later, the British public is no closer to knowing what Brexit might look like, nor whether it will happen at all.

IFS: Neither Labour nor the Conservatives have "credible" spending plans

The Institute for Fiscal Studies has said that the spending plans outlined in both the Labour and Conservative manifestos ahead of December’s general election are "not credible".