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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 concernsSchools, 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 hospitalThe 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 letterSecretary 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.
Conneely Group MD calls for government clarity on Covid-19 guidelinesConneely Group managing director John Cockerton has spoken about his concerns regarding the government's coronavirus guidelines and how different firms are interpreting them differently.
EXCLUSIVE Leading creative media figures discuss how Covid-19 is reshaping their sectorWhile many industries are struggling in the face of Covid-19 as a result of a reduced or inaccessible workforce, creative content and media organisations across the world have a raft of unique, sector-specific issues to worry about.
EXCLUSIVE "Many companies have closed their doors" - leading manufacturers speak out on Covid-19The UK's manufacturing sector is the ninth-largest in the world, employing 2.7 million people and accounting for 45 per cent of total British exports (totalling £275 billion).
The Spirit of '94: Luton Town devise novel tactic to keep supporters entertained through lockdownThe well-documented outbreak of Covid-19 has seen the football season put firmly on hold. While numerous clubs have been coming up with various means to maintain morale among supporters and players throughout the period of social distancing, Bedfordshire outfit Luton Town FC have opted for a cherished trip down memory lane.
McClure Solicitors MD asks government to issue "temporary guidance" on will-writingMcClure Solicitors' Managing Director, Andrew Robertson, speaks with The Parliamentary Review about some of the lesser-known issues surrounding will-writing in the face of a global pandemic.
William George Homes MD concerned that housebuilders will become "forgotten again"The Parliamentary Review spoke to George Nixon, of William George Homes, about his concerns for small and medium sized housebuilders against the backdrop of Covid-19.
Marsworth Computing boss says HMRC tightening control affects UK "entrepreneurial spirit"On the back of the Chancellor's announcement of the comprehensive package to support the self-employed yesterday, Martin Simmons, Director of London-based Marsworth Computing, has spoken with The Parliamentary Review about what he believes is a systemic problem.
"The question is how fast the economy can 'get out of the blocks'": Leith Planning Group chief discusses the future of the UK economy after Covid-19