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)

Covid-19 alert level drops from four to three

The Covid-19 alert level used in the UK by chief medical officers was reduced from four to three yesterday.

Leaders Council: Labour has "mountain to climb" before 2024

The Leaders Council has examined a review of the Labour party’s 2019 election defeat, and claims that a new leader and the end of Brexit as a key election issue will not be enough for the party to win back power.

Leaders Council reports on Cavendish theatre fears

The future of theatres, according to Dominic Cavendish, is bleak. Indeed, in his piece for The Telegraph, as reported by the Leaders Council, Cavendish pulls no punches in his consideration of the situation: “here it is: the feared Doomsday scenario is starting to play out before our eyes.”

Quantitative easing: Bank of England set to spend £100 billion to stimulate economy

Following the £645 billion already spent by the Bank of England in an attempt to resuscitate the British economy, it has announced it will be spending another £100 billion in bonds to further the investment into quantitative easing.

Covid-19 and social care: "Devastating", but there have been positive changes

In an exclusive interview with The Parliamentary Review, Anita Lewis of Half Acre House Rochdale, discussed how her care home had coped throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. We spoke with her about not only the impact of the coronavirus on staff and residents alike, but also the possible lessons there were for the social care sector to learn going forward.

Leaders Council: Sturgeon set to move to phase two

The Leaders Council has reported that Nicola Sturgeon is to announce the latest relaxation in lockdown measures as Scotland moves to the second phase of lockdown later today.

Ada update: June 9, 2020

Talon Outdoor is an independent out-of-home [OOH] media specialist and a significant player in its industry. Using analysis from its data management platform Ada, Talon has been able to trace how the UK population has been moving throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

Further automotive job cuts

Following the news earlier this week that 2,000 jobs would be cut across the Lookers dealership and luxury carmaker Aston Martin, Bentley have announced that they will look to axe 1,000 jobs in the coming weeks.

Ada update: May 9, 2020

Talon Outdoor is an independent out-of-home [OOH] media specialist and a significant player in its industry. Using analysis from its data management platform Ada, Talon has been able to trace how the UK population has been moving throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ada weekly update: April 22, 2020

Talon Outdoor is an independent out-of-home [OOH] media specialist and a significant player in its industry. Using analysis from its data management platform Ada, Talon has been able to trace how the UK population has been moving throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ada weekly update: April 17, 2020

Talon Outdoor is an independent out-of-home [OOH] media specialist and a significant player in its industry. Using analysis from its data management platform Ada, Talon has been able to trace how the UK population has been moving throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

FlyResearch commissions weekly Covid-19 polls

FlyResearch managing partner Greg Ward discusses how the agency's unique research panel has been used throughout the coronavirus pandemic via weekly surveys to offer another insight into how the crisis has affected daily life.

Covid-19: Business owners in events industry join forces to support strained industries

Event staffing firm Alpha Crew has partnered up with events logistics provider Conference Haul International to form Project Bluebird, a working group aimed at supporting strained industries such as the NHS, essential delivery services and local authorities through the Covid-19 pandemic.

WCCF managing director: contact centres the unsung heroes of crisis

In an exclusive article for The Parliamentary Review, Sandra Busby, managing director of the Welsh Contact Centre Forum shares her perspective.

We The Curious CEO urges Sunak: 'allow furloughed charity workers to work'

In an open letter to the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, Donna Speed urges the government to slightly alter its furlough scheme to allow charity employees to continue doing their vital work while still having eighty percent of their wages covered by the scheme.