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 (312)

Keep rolling on: Digimax founder Shaz Memon on a mission to change lives one water wheel at a time

Shaz Memon is the multi-award-winning entrepreneur behind Digimax and Digimax Dental, of which he is CEO and founder. A designer, marketer and business leader, Memon has been active in his industry for over twenty years, but he is also an up and coming philanthropist. Speaking to the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland, Memon opens up about the story of Wells on Wheels, his own charitable foundation, which has been changing the lives of thousands across India.

Foreign secretary to lay out new Sanctions Act in Parliament

Foreign secretary Dominic Raab is set to lay out the UK’s new sanctions framework which will come into force after Brexit, by naming the first offenders whose assets will be frozen.

Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee report derides Gambling Commission activity

A parliamentary report has stated that the Gambling Commission and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport have an "unacceptably weak understanding" of how gambling can harm people.

Leicester lockdown could continue beyond July 4

City mayor Sir Peter Soulsby has announced that pubs, restaurants and other public venues in Leicester may be shut for another two weeks past the national "reopening" date of July 4.

BA set to cut long-serving staff pay by one-fifth

British Airways have told their longest-serving cabin crew staff members that they are set to face a 20 per cent pay cut - or lose their jobs.

Into administration for Intu

Owner of the Trafford Centre and Lakeside, Intu, has gone into administration.

Wirecard files for insolvency

German payments firm Wirecard has filed for insolvency, and its shares have plummeted by more than 80 per cent.

Unilever drops the word "fair" from its branding

Unilever's "Fair & Lovely" skincare brand will be renamed, it has been announced, following criticism that the product promotes "negative" stereotypes concerning those with darker skin.

Mobility Vehicle Hire boss: "We are using all of our experience to help our customers as best we can"

In an exclusive interview with Jugjeet Kudhail, CEO of Mobility Vehicle Hire Ltd, we discuss how his business has adapted throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and what looks to be the future of the specialist vehicle hire industry.

Leaders Council reports on Swissport job cut news

Following the aviation industry's coronavirus-related difficulties in recent weeks, The Leaders Council has reported that ground service operator Swissport has announced that it will be looking to cut down its UK workforce by around 50 per cent.

UK contact tracing app to adopt new model

The Covid-19 contact tracing app, rolled out on behalf of the NHS in the Isle of Wight some weeks ago, is set to undergo major technical change over the weeks ahead.

Freeze on credit card debt extended for another three months

The FCA is set to order banks to give millions of people struggling with credit card debt more time to pay it back.

Partial retail recovery in May

ONS statistics revealed on Friday showed that retail sales last month increased by 12 per cent on April.

Covid-19 alert level drops from four to three

The Covid-19 alert level used in the UK by chief medical officers was reduced from four to three yesterday.

Leaders Council: Labour has "mountain to climb" before 2024

The Leaders Council has examined a review of the Labour party’s 2019 election defeat, and claims that a new leader and the end of Brexit as a key election issue will not be enough for the party to win back power.