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 (314)

Brexit Party: Annunziata Rees-Mogg defects from Conservative Party

The Brexit party has launched its campaign today ahead of the European elections. This comes after confirmation that the elections would go ahead in the UK due to Article 50’s most recent extension.

Difference in local health body financial performance could put NHS Long Term Plan at risk, say MPs

MPs warned that the disparity in financial performance between local CCGs and trusts could place the NHS long term plan in "jeopardy" this week.

Seasonal agricultural workers scheme opens

A seasonal agricultural workers scheme pilot aimed at bringing migrant workers to the UK for seasonal work was opened last month.

Report considers abolition of prison sentences under a year

A Commons report has called for the abolition of prison sentences under a year to be considered this week.

Report shows investment in UK healthcare continues to grow

Knight Frank reported an increase of more than ten per cent in UK healthcare investment during 2018 this week.

'Gender pay gap' found in 96% of government departments and 90% of universities

Figures submitted to the Government Equalities Office have shown that 90 per cent of universities and 96 per cent of government departments pay the average male employee more than the average female employee.

Frank Field: “Rampant injustice” in the gig economy

Labour MP Frank Field proposed six recommendations this week that aim to reduce the injustice faced by gig economy workers in the UK.

Robinson Brothers provides blueprint for the chemical sector

Robinson Brothers celebrates its 150th year in business today, something very few organisations in the British chemical industry can lay claim to. The key to their longevity and success has been their capability to be highly adaptable to change in the marketplace, and as a result, they continue to thrive.

Rogue landlords exploit students, warns government minister

Chris Skidmore will vow to crackdown on "rogue private landlords" in a speech to students on Monday.

Affordable homes must meet basic accessibility requirements argue charity

The Centre for Ageing Better have called on the government to ensure the new builds meet accessibility requirements today.

Soaring demand for dementia care

With increased life expectancy, one in six people over the age of 80 are developing some form of dementia. A study by The Lancet predicts that more than 70,000 care home places will be needed by 2025.

FCA warns banks about moving business from UK to mitigate effects of Brexit

The Financial Conduct Authority sent letters to five major banks in December 2018, warning them about needlessly moving clients to their European subsidiaries – a technique designed to mitigate the potential effects of Britain leaving the EU.

Bank of England’s “worst-case scenario” projects house price fall

In September last year, Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, met with the cabinet and discussed the potential risks of leaving the EU without a deal.

Chuka Umunna to form new party, beginning talks with Electoral Commission

The recently formed Independent Group, comprised of former Conservative and Labour MPs, are now seeking to become an official political party. This comes after their spokesman, Chuka Umunna, commenced talks with the Electoral Commission today.

Tough times for the restaurant industry

2018 was a tough year for the restaurant trade, with many well-known brands having to cut branches or worse.