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)

Holliday Fielding Hocking look to address skills gap by providing in-house training

As the general election of December 12 draws ever closer, much is being made of how the major parties are seeking to address the longstanding skills gap that has blighted British industry.

McRae’s welcomes changes made by the digital age of business

In a world dominated by online reviews, it is sometimes easy to forget that, only a decade or two ago, we existed without them. Word of mouth, guide-books, advertising, or a good word in the paper could make a business, but many companies could get by with relatively low standards, knowing that new customers would have no way of knowing whether their quality was up to scratch.

Lyndon Harfoot of KI Global Group talks collaborating with universities

Lyndon Harfoot, CEO of KI Global Group (KIGG), heads up a team which has significant and specialist expertise in electricity meter factory start-up projects across the world. He spoke about his collaboration with bodies of higher education in The Parliamentary Review Podcast.

Johnson v Corbyn proves A&I Group’s point

Tuesday evening’s ITV debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn has attracted a great deal of comment, in The Parliamentary Review and elsewhere.

mGage ready for the next generation of mobile messaging

Early November saw US carriers announce a Cross Carrier Messaging Initiative (CCMI) with the aim that this will be deployed in 2020.

Miah & Co ready as the era of change continues

The world of accountancy and tax consultancy is one that has seen significant shifts over the last forty years, with events ranging from Thatcher’s deregulation in the 1980s to the financial crisis of 2008 leading the industry to change direction quite suddenly.

NEST Management helps drive rapidly expanding martial arts market

The latter half of the twentieth century saw the sport of boxing explode. As television ownership increased, so too did the popularity of fixtures and the fighters. Muhammad Ali became an international sensation, while Mike Tyson arrived later to terrorise the nineties.

Sustain UK’s experience could be key when addressing new Shelter figures on homelessness

Centrepoint, the youth homeless charity has projected that upward of 22,000 young people may be homeless, or at risk of being made homeless, across England this Christmas.

FuseMetrix’s approach to productivity reflected in Government press release

Productivity can be famously hard to measure, but the ONS recorded the April to June quarter as producing the fastest falling figures for five years. Measured by output per hour these numbers are always relatively crude, but the two quarters prior to this one had also seen zero growth.

CPI and Grant-Jones Accountancy demonstrate growing importance of CSR

CPI, the London-based book and commercial print group, have this week appointed Lisa Faratro to the newly-created position of environmental and sustainability director. Fataro who previously served as customer service director will be taken with ensuring that the organisation is able to ‘step up a gear and position environmental stability at the heart of [its] business.’

Firms like Elite Training South West demonstrate how localism can address skills shortage

The Edge Foundation launched its latest report on skills shortages on 12th November at Liverpool Town Hall, with its chair Neil Bates saying that education policy and industrial strategy must be better aligned at a local level to combat the issue.

Fane International looking outside of the EU for post-Brexit opportunities

The Brexit conundrum will apply to none more than those firms who do the majority of their business abroad through import and export of goods. Boris Johnson’s new Withdrawal Agreement paves the way for a free-trade agreement with Europe to be negotiated, as well as the possibilities to strike new, meaningful trade deals with other nations.

How Brexit could provide opportunities for tech firms like Exensor Technology

The uncertainty of how Brexit will impact business when the UK leaves the EU is well-documented. Some business leaders see the UK’s departure from the bloc as a hindrance, particularly those who trade in Europe, whereas others are looking to capitalise on the opportunities that arise from it.

Performance Telecom recognises importance of investing in business’ technology

Business minister, Kelly Tolhurst, has announced the government’s intentions to invest £56 million in order to boost business productivity.

Engineered Learning's training model offers hope to businesses suffering from skills gap

In a climate where businesses face struggles in recruitment and the role of education in these issues is coming under scrutiny, models deployed by training providers such as Engineered Learning may offer a degree of hope.