The Parliamentary Review

The Parliamentary Review

The Parliamentary Review is sent to over 500,000 leading business executives, policy makers and other relevant individuals. In recent years, it has featured forewords by Theresa May, David Cameron, Caroline Lucas, Lucy Powell and many other political figures. The Review's release is marked by an annual gala in the Palace of Westminster.

The Parliamentary Review's articles (262)

The Spirit of '94: Luton Town devise novel tactic to keep supporters entertained through lockdown

The well-documented outbreak of Covid-19 has seen the football season put firmly on hold. While numerous clubs have been coming up with various means to maintain morale among supporters and players throughout the period of social distancing, Bedfordshire outfit Luton Town FC have opted for a cherished trip down memory lane.

McClure Solicitors MD asks government to issue "temporary guidance" on will-writing

McClure Solicitors' Managing Director, Andrew Robertson, speaks with The Parliamentary Review about some of the lesser-known issues surrounding will-writing in the face of a global pandemic.

William George Homes MD concerned that housebuilders will become "forgotten again"

The Parliamentary Review spoke to George Nixon, of William George Homes, about his concerns for small and medium sized housebuilders against the backdrop of Covid-19.

Marsworth Computing boss says HMRC tightening control affects UK "entrepreneurial spirit"

On the back of the Chancellor's announcement of the comprehensive package to support the self-employed yesterday, Martin Simmons, Director of London-based Marsworth Computing, has spoken with The Parliamentary Review about what he believes is a systemic problem.

"The question is how fast the economy can 'get out of the blocks'": Leith Planning Group chief discusses the future of the UK economy after Covid-19

Chris Plenderleith is the executive chairman of Leith Planning Group. In this special feature, Plenderleith spoke to The Parliamentary Review about how Leith Planning Group has met the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, what it will do in future to help turbo-charge fiscal policy and what the government can do to help the UK economy get 'out of the blocks' again.

Bricknells Letting Agents: "It's not easy being a landlord in the private residential sector"

MD of Parliamentary Review representative Bricknells Letting Agents, Dawn Holmes, lays out the trials and tribulations that landlords face in the private residential sector.

Kilby Jones Solicitors in focus: ES Albania 2018

Kilby Jones Solicitors are a specialist law firm wholly dedicated to immigration, nationality freedom of movement and human rights law. In this article, The Parliamentary Review explores one of the firm’s most successful cases, winning the appeal of the anonymised Albanian national known only as ‘ES’.

Lawrence Miller and Co MD calls for ‘restaurant style’ ratings for financial advisors

Will Harris, managing director of Lawrence Miller & Co, presents his views on the state of the financial services industry and how the standards of financial advice should be regulated.

Norman Wallis on Southport’s Retail Renaissance

Tourism and attractions expert, Norman Wallis of Universal Rides, who has ambitious plans for his Southport Pleasureland park’s future, responded to the latest high street retail blow for the town by publicly revealing his plan to Southport grow and flourish.

Government promises to “overhaul its approach to foreign policy”

As part of an upcoming government review, Boris Johnson has announced the UK will seek to challenge “traditional Whitehall assumptions” about the UK’s foreign policy objectives.

Government’s Insolvency Service pays out highest amount for seven years

Following a number of high-profile failures, the government’s Insolvency Service has paid out the highest level of redundancy payments for seven years.

The Weekly Review: Feb 17 - Feb 23

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Government employees lost over 2,000 devices last year

According to a report from mobile communication firm Viasat, government employees lost 2,004 mobile devices over the last 12 months.

PISA results paint an incomplete picture, the General Teaching Council for Scotland’s Ken Muir says

Although we have now begun the new year in earnest within our schools, colleges and other education establishments across Scotland, as well as looking forward to what lies ahead throughout the course of 2020, it is still worth reflecting on the year behind us.

The Weekly Review: Feb 10 - Feb 16

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