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 (310)

Mayfair Kitchen Studio founder backs calls to change insolvency rules

John Shaw, the founder and managing director of Cheshire-based business Mayfair Kitchen Studio, has backed calls from legal experts to overhaul insolvency rules to help businesses see out the Covid-19 UK lockdown period.

Events industry will change after Covid-19, the Creative Engagement Group’s Ben Atherton says

The Creative Engagement Group’s global client engagement director, Ben Atherton, believes that the live events business will inevitably change beyond the outbreak of Covid-19 and has outlined his own five predictions for the “new normal” in the sector.

Reside Manchester MD "already seeing problems" with Job Retention Scheme

For many -- employers and employees alike -- the government's Job Retention Scheme has been nothing short of a godsend. But while the raft of financial measures announced by the Chancellor some weeks ago now are comprehensive, they are by no means flawless.

“It puts children at greater risk”: WillisPalmer CEO discusses the impact of Covid-19 on vulnerable children

In conversation with The Parliamentary Review, Mark Willis, CEO of family assessment services provider WillisPalmer, discusses how coronavirus is hampering children's services and putting vulnerable children at further risk during times of lock-down.

“It’s proving very difficult”: Jaybees Childcare owner discusses Covid-19 and the challenges it poses for the childcare sector

In conversation with The Parliamentary Review, Jackie Bell, the owner and manager of Lochmaben based nursery Jaybees Childcare, discusses the coronavirus pandemic and how they have sought to plot a course through uncharted waters.

EXCLUSIVE Developers and construction firms respond to Covid-19 challenges

There is no doubt -- whoever you speak to -- that housebuilding, property development and construction are all suffering because of the Covid-19 pandemic. A site-based, labour-intensive industry will categorically suffer as a result of social distancing measures -- that, unfortunately, is unavoidable.

"Entertainucation" available on app stores soon

This April, Cambridge-based Scintilla.ai are set to launch History Sprockets, a history quiz game with a twist, aiming to send the online quizzing community into a spin with their first big release.

Covid-19: “Government support has been spectacular”, Rakem Group COO says

Rakem Group’s chief operating officer Steve Bunker has paid tribute to the government for its support of businesses throughout the coronavirus pandemic so far, but stressed that such support must continue into the months after the UK lockdown is lifted.

Coronavirus: Juniper Research forecasts $42 billion revenue gap for smart device vendors

Analysis conducted by Juniper Research indicates that Covid-19 could bring about a $42 billion revenue gap for smart device vendors over the next nine months, as a result of disruption to the supply chain.

EXCLUSIVE Agriculture and energy leaders address Covid-19: "We are faced with stagnation"

Agriculture and energy have been high on the agenda in recent years, with the push for countries to reach "net zero" a big manifesto priority.

Covid-19: Mobile operators to lose out on $25 billion in roaming revenue, according to Juniper Research analysis

New analysis carried out by Juniper Research has uncovered that the wider impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the international travel industry could see operators lose in excess of $25 billion in roaming revenue over the next nine months.

Kilby Jones in focus: DC [trafficking: protection/human rights appeals]

Kilby Jones Solicitors are a specialist law firm wholly dedicated to immigration, nationality freedom of movement and human rights law. In this article, The Parliamentary Review explores another of the firm’s most successful cases, which was crucial as it paved the way for new clarity on the law with regards to human trafficking victims seeking asylum in the UK.

EXCLUSIVE Leading nurseries share Covid-19 concerns

Schools, sixth forms and other day educational services all closed their doors indefinitely on March 20, 2020, with universities and other similar academic institutions advised to take similar measures.

RSP recruited to help deliver new coronavirus hospital

The Richard Stephens Partnership [RSP] has been drafted in as the MEP design lead to assist the NHS and military in delivering the Nightingale Hospital which will function as a coronavirus treatment facility.

"It is difficult to understand": Aonyx MD reacts to minister's letter

Secretary of state for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Alok Sharma, recently wrote an official letter paying tribute to construction sector workers as they continue to go about their duties through the UK's Covid-19 lock-down. In conversation with The Parliamentary Review, Richard Reid, the managing director of Watford-based smart home installation firm Aonyx, discusses his reaction to the letter and his displeasure with its contents.