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)

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.

Sub-Committee for EU External Affairs publish Chequers report

The EU External Affairs Sub-Committee have today officially published their report into Theresa May’s Chequers blueprint for the UK’s exit from the EU.

On this day in parliament - Commonwealth of Australia is proclaimed

The Parliamentary Review looks at the proclamation of Australia, where Queen Victoria made a significant speech announcing the federation of the Australian colonies.

Lord Blunkett joins The Parliamentary Review

Lord David Blunkett has been appointed chairman of The Parliamentary Review, alongside Sir Eric Pickles. By having a senior Labour and Conservative figure at the helm, the Review guarantees that it will be taken seriously by all corners of the Houses of Parliament.

The Parliamentary Review meets Ruth Cadbury MP

Though Ruth Cadbury has only been an MP since 2015, she has spent more than 25 years on the council in Brentford and Isleworth, the constituency she now represents. At heart a local MP, she is constantly in touch with the key people and issues in her area. In an interview with The Parliamentary Review director Craig Wilmann, she discusses her transition from local politics to Westminster, surprises she encountered during it, and the sometimes-adversarial nature of parliamentary dialogue.

The Parliamentary Review meets Jonathan Reynolds MP

In just over seven years as an MP, Jonathan Reynolds has served as an opposition whip, the parliamentary private secretary to the leader of the opposition, and as a shadow minister. In conversation with The Parliamentary Review’s director Craig Wilmann, Reynolds discusses his undying passion for Stalybridge and Hyde, the need for politicians to work closely with the private sector, and the time he lost Ed Miliband’s briefing papers in the loo.

A week in review (5th March - 8th March)

The parliamentary review of the week:Monday 5th: Important discussions took place regarding defence in the morning, principally concerning Russia, who increasingly appears to be a strategic enemy of the United Kingdom, especially as the Islamic State...

The Parliamentary Review Spring gala

With guest speakers such as Jacob Rees-Mogg, James Horwill and Julia Hartley-Brewer, it was a night to remember, but it was also an evening to reflect... To reflect, that is, on the great and inspiring work carried out by the representatives in atten...

The whipping system

Some see it as an archaic process with no place in modern-day parliament, whereas others consider it to be the glue holding everything together. In this article, The Parliamentary Review examines the The Whipping system as a whole, how it works, and ...

1st Citizen Lawyers

1st Citizen Lawyers is a specialist British immigration law firm with offices in London and Birmingham. Each year, thousands of individuals and businesses in the UK and abroad rely on its services to secure their desired visas and make the UK their h...

Mariel Irvine Solicitors

Mariel Irvine Solicitors is a small, specialist firm with particular expertise in police law. Praised by Chambers and Partners for offering sound advice, an impartial view and never pulling punches, Mariel regularly speaks at conferences and seminars...

Fosters Legal

Fosters Legal LLP is an award winning and community focussed law firm based in Stevenage, providing services across family law, children law, housing, company law and other areas that particularly benefit those on lower incomes. Through their provisi...


SWALLOW was founded in 1993 as a member-led charity to support teenagers and adults with learning disabilities. Led by Bev Craney for many of its 25 years of existence, it is based in Midsomer Norton and offers a wide range of activities, including s...

RfM Accountants

RFM Accountants is a multi-faceted accountancy firm headquartered in Preston with seven offices across the North West and a presence in London. In the space of two years, it has almost tripled in both turnover and the number of staff on its payroll. ...

Peers versus the people?

After initial support for reducing the number of peers in the House of Lords, Theresa May has since jettisoned the plans, regarding the reforms as insufficiently thought through. Retrenchment of the power of the upper chamber has behind it a lot of p...