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 (237)

British leisure companies like Whitehouse Leisure Park benefit from ‘staycation’ culture amid Brexit uncertainty

Asking somebody in Britain where they plan to go on holiday, the range of responses is usually quite wide. Perhaps Spain for a bit of sun, or the south of France for great food. These days, slightly further afield, you may hear about the lakes of Croatia, the metropolitan nightlife of Tel Aviv or the rich history of Istanbul.

The Wythenshawe Forum Trust could hold a model for knitting society back together after heal Brexit divisions

Elections can be a great barometer of society and we know that, in many ways, Britain is changing. Votes are now split between ‘leave’ and ‘remain’ as well as traditional party views. Age group is now a bigger predictor of which way somebody will vote than class. Labour is running on the most radically left-wing manifesto in decade and is seeing considerable success.

The era of ‘deepfakes’ offers AI opportunities for companies like TechSimulater

Concerns are rising over uses of a new wave of sophisticated technology which is able to forge convincingly faked videos and audio, largely considered to be the next generation of notorious fake news and misinformation.

Avocet advocate for renewable energy amid government announcement

The government has announced the opportunity for UK businesses to apply for a share of £1.5 million in collaboration with US partners on a $40 million offshore wind development programme.

RJB Financial Services challenges over-regulation in party manifestos

As manifestos hit the papers and the big policy declarations are being made, grand political gestures often hold the biggest currency amongst voters. The feeling that ‘the grass is always greener’ is a part of the human condition, and as such, often simply the word ‘change’ is enough to run an election on.

African opportunities as Security Print Solutions look to expand to new markets

It is no secret that many businesses are growing more excited by Africa. The continent is home to the world’s largest free trade area and 1.2 billion people, many of whom are moving out of poverty and possessing disposable income for the first time.

Robert Wilson's Estate Agency Group reflects on adaptability in business a decade on from recession

One of the most commonly heard words when it comes to businesses and Brexit has been ‘unpredictability’. Businesses can adapt with time to prepare, but the uncertainty that comes from not knowing whether tariffs will be raised, deals will be made or materials will be available can leave companies paralysed.

RDT speaks out on recruitment solution amid Zuckerberg's woes

Mark Zuckerberg came under fire last week for choosing to speak to eight men and one woman when looking at the future of technology in society, the BBC reported this week.

SG Gaming delivers positive message to gambling industry amid government intervention measures

Being an industry leader in providing gaming solutions for the licensed betting office, arcade, bingo and casino sectors, SG Gaming has always been at the forefront of proactively tackling problem gambling.

Lord Blunkett opens new Building Our Skills Academy in association with GQA Qualifications

Co-chairman of The Parliamentary Review, the Rt Hon The Lord Blunkett PC, has today opened a new Building Our Skills Academy, established in association with GQA Qualifications.

Tradeforce Gas & Heating may be a model for promoting skilled trade to young people

British productivity has been the focus of a lot of attention in recent years, as reports suggest we are slumping behind some of our European neighbours.

Manning and Co look deeper in order to understand their clients’ financial needs

Giving a child pocket money for the first time can be a fascinating experience for a parent.

Kingsfleet Wealth committed to social responsibility

It is our third election in four years, and understandably, people are weary. Brenda from Bristol now represents more of the electorate than any single political party could ever hope for. But, take out the meaningless soundbites and the political point-scoring over pointing out who is political point-scoring and elections can be quite fascinating barometers of public opinion.

Research into STEM gap validates The Richard Stephens Partnership’s concerns

Research from the Institution of Engineering and Technology [IET] published earlier this year showed that 73 per cent of engineering and technology employers have interviewed job candidates qualified in academic subjects but lacking in necessary workplace skills.

Saltash model ideal to seize opportunities from party pledges toward housing

As the general election debate becomes broadened beyond Brexit, the major parties’ plans to deal with the UK's housing crisis have become a key battleground.