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)

Cabinet Review: Sajid Javid

Following the appointment of Boris Johnson's cabinet, we have launched a series of articles to assess how each sector views their new Secretary of State. Our seventh instalment focuses on Sajid Javid, the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Cabinet Review: Robert Buckland

Following the appointment of Boris Johnson's cabinet, we have launched a series of articles to assess how each sector views their new Secretary of State. Our sixth instalment focuses on Robert Buckland, the new Secretary of State for Justice.

House prices increase for the first time since May

August has seen the biggest increase in house prices since May, with the average UK home now costing more than £216,000.

Cabinet Review: Robert Jenrick

Following the recent appointment of Boris Johnson's cabinet, we have launched a series of articles to assess how each sector views their new Secretary of State. Our third instalment focuses on Robert Jenrick, the new Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government.

Views from the Review: No-deal Brexit

To assess the views of businesses on no-deal and their preparations for it, we spoke to Marius Foster, Director of John Hilton Estate Agents and Tony Shrewsbury, Managing Director of CGTech.

Lord Berkeley: Ministers have “misled Parliament” over HS2 cost

Speaking in the House of Lords, Lord Berkeley has accused MPs of misleading Parliament over the cost of HS2.

Nissan to double job cuts worldwide as profits fall

Japanese automotive firm Nissan has announced that 12,500 employees worldwide are to be made redundant, over two times more than originally planned.

PMQs summary (3 Jul, 2019)

Today in PMQs, Jeremy Corbyn revealed his preference for a second public vote on Brexit, telling Theresa May that the government should "go back to the people and let them decide."

Childcare could soon be a luxury only for the rich, say MPs

MPs have warned that childcare might soon become a luxury only for the rich in England.

Businesses push for HS2 completion

Business leaders have written an open letter calling for the completion of the HS2 railway.

PMQs summary (26 Jun, 2019)

PMQs today focused on the UK’s facilitation of Saudi Arabia’s ability to wage war in the Yemen conflict.

Labour MPs warn Corbyn not to back Remain camp on Brexit

More than 25 Labour MPs have reached out in a letter to party leader Jeremy Corbyn imploring him not to throw the party’s weight behind remaining in the EU.

Austerity 'undermines' Northern Powerhouse, says IPPR North

The Institute of Public Policy Research claims that the North Powerhouse initiative has been undermined by cuts to public spending.

PMQs summary (19 Jun, 2019)

PMQs this week saw discussion centred around Grenfell and fire safety.

BCC says business investment 'hit' by Brexit uncertainty

The British Chamber of Commerce claims that UK businesses will undergo less investment due to Brexit contingency planning.