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)

Latent potential lies in mid-market industrial businesses, say a2e

Recent stockpiling in preparation for the now-altered Brexit deadline of the 31st of March led to an artificial jump in order demand in the manufacturing world. The HIS Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index rose across October, although still remains ultimately in contraction, as it has for the last six months.

CBI confirms CNC Property Fund Management's concern for UK skills gap

A recent CBI report indicates that over 80 per cent of companies in the UK believe the skills gap is damaging the country's ability to compete on a global playing field.

Alamo Group Europe proves leadership as British manufacturing endures challenges

It has long been felt that one of the sectors most affected by Brexit uncertainty in the UK has been manufacturing. The industry relies heavily on physical imports and exports, many of which follow complex supply chains that see different parts crossing borders and the English Channel multiple times.

Lord Baker echoes ARC Coachworks' skills gap concern

In a recent House of Lords debate, Conservative peer and former education secretary Lord Ken Baker of Dorking moved to address the skills gap in areas of British industry, the lack of young people taking up apprenticeships and the reasons behind the decline.

Lymphoedema Specialist Services take the initiative on preventative care

Lymphoedema Specialist Services (LSS) will be changing course and adopting an innovative approach to care, set to commence in January 2020, says Director Jane Board.

Mistura highlight UK medication risks and importance of patient choice

As the general election race hots up, it is the NHS that is dominating the field of political debate alongside the Brexit saga. Every major party is promising to pump money into the health service, but there are other major issues to consider outside of funding. One of these is education on medication and its impact on some of the most vulnerable in society.

Amid ‘arts funding crisis’, Aberdeen could look to Wolverhampton Grand Theatre for inspiration

A Scottish Government committee was recently warned that Aberdeen was facing an ‘arts funding crisis.’ Giving evidence to the Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee’s Arts Funding Inquiry, Ken Hay, speaking on behalf of Culture Aberdeen, said that a 19% reduction in Aberdeen City Council’s cultural funding this financial year had left the city’s arts sector in a precarious position.

Tadpoles Nursery School’s approach to early years education aligns with Harvard University

Harvard University’s ‘Center on The Developing Child’ has released an article detailing the importance of early years development on the resulting characteristics of adults.

Steel River Consultants at the heart of the green energy revolution

New research has shown that renewable energy sources provided more electricity to homes and businesses in the UK than fossil fuels for the first-time last quarter.

New "green housing revolution" addresses housing experts Beal Homes' longstanding concerns

Housing secretary Robert Jenrick unveiled a new "green housing revolution" in October, promising a new green standard for new-build homes to tackle climate change and bring down household bills.

ACE report suggests services like OMS may shine post-Brexit

A report conducted by The Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE), titled Future of Consultancy – Global Export Strategy for UK Consultancy and Engineering, calls for UK consultants and firms to look abroad and prioritise overseas construction markets. As Brexit looms ever closer, the future relationships between UK companies and their international counterparts is going to be the deciding factor on a successful transition period.

Clean Green Services Seek Clarity on the Irish Border

In a tumultuous week where the Government settled on an agreement with the European Union for Britain's withdrawal from the bloc, The Parliamentary Review assesses what practical impact this could have on British businesses which rely on trade with European countries.

The Department of Transport and Omnibus discuss Technology

The Department for Transport has pledged to invest nearly £1 million in tech-focused transport start-ups.

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Sugar tax causes sugar content in drinks to fall by 29 per cent

According to figures released by Public Health England, the sugar tax has led to sugar content in drinks falling by 29 per cent.