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 (311)

George Osborne: “The Parliamentary Review circulates 500,000 copies – that is more than The Financial Times, The Telegraph and The Guardian.”

George Osborne, the former chancellor and current editor of the London Evening Standard, spoke at The Parliamentary Review gala this week, discussing everything from Boris to Che Guevara. Osborne described the Review as a “brilliant organisation” that he was “glad to support”.

May: “Solving housing crisis is the biggest domestic policy challenge”

The prime minister’s hour-long and wide-ranging conference speech has been praised in most quarters as her best conference address as leader of the Conservative Party yet. Brexit aside, one of the most prominent areas of policy discussed was the housing market.

Party conference season – what have we learned

With Theresa May’s speech this afternoon bringing the Conservative party conference to an end, we look back at the key issues that have been discussed throughout the Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat and Ukip party conferences.

Hammond tells giant tech firms their limits

Speaking to the 2018 Conservative Party conference, Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, raised concerns over the stratospheric rise of “tech giants” – comparing them to the late-19th century monopolies that developed in the United States.

Headteachers tell Hammond government are still not listening

Headteachers from across the UK gathered in Parliament Square this afternoon to protest government funding for education. The march then moved onto Downing Street in order to provide Chancellor Philip Hammond with a petition.

1,000 headteachers to descend on No. 10

Today, nearly 1,000 headteachers from around the UK are expected to march on Downing Street in protest against per pupil funding rates. The march will reach No. 10 this afternoon when they are expected to deliver a petition to the chancellor, Philip Hammond.

Tesco announce trial scheme rewarding recycling

Tesco has announced a trial scheme to promote the recycling of plastic bottles. Under the new initiative, customers will receive 10p per bottle with a maximum of ten bottles per day.

Chancellor Philip Hammond announces early Budget

Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced an early Budget, designed to give MPs more time to debate it in Parliament before their recess on the 6th of November. The earlier date will also prevent the announcement clashing with climactic Brexit negotiations.

Jeremy Corbyn to meet Michel Barnier in Brussels

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is set to meet the European Union’s Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier this week for talks about the UK’s negotiations over Brexit. Corbyn, who will be accompanied by the Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer, has said that a “no-deal” arrangement would be a “national disaster” for the UK.

Jeremy Corbyn delivers speech to conclude party conference

Jeremy Corbyn closed the Labour party conference today by delivering a speech outlining several new policies and stating the Labour party's position on the ongoing Brexit negotiations.

Russia to send Syria S-300 missile system

Russia has said publicly that it intends to install the potent and sophisticated S-300 surface-to-air missile defence system in Syrian territory following the the shooting down of a Russian reconnaissance plane last Monday. The Russian defence ministry has said that the move will “significantly increase the Syrian army’s capability.”

Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer hints at Brexit delay

Keir Starmer, the shadow Brexit secretary, has accused the prime minister of “failing” in her goal to negotiate a deal on the UK’s departure from the EU.

DASA launch new competition to find solutions for the disposal of chemical weapons

DASA, in conjunction with the Ministry of Defence and the US Department of Defense, have launched a new competition to try and find innovative solutions for the disposal of chemical weapons on the battlefield.

61st Report into the UK’s nuclear programme published

The Ministry of Defence (the department) have published their 61st report into the UK’s nuclear programme. The programme, which was first introduced in 1969, has been utilised as part of the government’s security policy.

Theresa May addresses media at No. 10

Theresa May today delivered an unannounced speech on the state of Brexit talks. She called for counter-proposals from the EU and a greater level of respect.