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"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

Chris Plenderleith is the executive chairman of Leith Planning Group. In this special feature, Plenderleith spoke to The Parliamentary Review about how Leith Planning Group has met the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, what it will do in future to help turbo-charge fiscal policy and what the government can do to help the UK economy get 'out of the blocks' again.

Met asks former officers to return

The Metropolitan Police have called upon retired police officers to return to the force to help cope with the coronavirus outbreak in the capital.

GTCS CEO: Is cyberspace the future of education?

Ken Muir is the CEO of the General Teaching Council Scotland, the oldest regulatory body for teaching in the world. The organisation provides registration, regulation and other professional resources for more than 74,000 teachers and education professionals across Scotland. In this article, originally published in the GTCS magazine Teaching Scotland, he asks if "robot teachers and travelling by hoverboard" are really the future of education.

Cherry Mortgage and Finance believe housing market is "likely to suffer"

While there are no shortage of economic concerns on a global scale surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak, mortgage broker Matthew Fleming-Duffy, of Cherry Mortgage & Finance, has spoken to The Parliamentary Review to air his concerns about some of the policies the government is putting into action.

Protec Fire and Security: "Difficult to plan business" without clarification on Job Retention Scheme

Peter Doyle is the Managing Director of Protec Fire & Security, a company based in the North West that provides building fire safety systems designed to "save lives and protect property". The Parliamentary Review recently spoke with Peter about his thoughts on the government's "unprecedented" new scheme to protect jobs across the country.

“Do remember they can’t cancel the spring” – Hockney unveils new piece amid coronavirus outbreak

David Hockney has unveiled a new piece to welcome in the spring amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Number of MPs to remain the same following Brexit vote

David Cameron’s 2012 proposal to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600 has been dropped due to “a greater workload” following Brexit.

Chancellor to disclose financial aid for self employed

Rishi Sunak, chancellor of the exchequer, will unveil measures to aid self-employed workers facing the financial impact of coronavirus.

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