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PM under fire for comments made about care homes

Prime minister Boris Johnson has faced criticism for comments he made on Monday this week, after he suggested that “too many care homes didn’t really follow” coronavirus safety procedures.

Homeowners to receive vouchers of up to £5,000 for home insulation

Under chancellor Rishi Sunak’s economic recovery plan to be unveiled on Wednesday, hundreds of thousands of homeowners will be provided vouchers of up to £5,000 to pay for energy-saving home improvements such as better insulation.

Fly Research poll: week 14 update

London based online market research agency FlyResearch has been issuing weekly polls to its research panel of over 3000 people throughout the coronavirus lockdown in the UK, in order to project how the outbreak and the implementing of social distancing has been impacting the daily life of UK citizens. In conversation with The Parliamentary Review, managing partner Greg Ward discusses the findings from the thirteenth wave of the Covid-19 tracker survey, published on July 2 and sourced from data collected on June 26.

Government promises 30,000 new traineeships to stave off unemployment

The government is promising to provide 30,000 new traineeships to get young people in England working as fears of mass unemployment continue to grow in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.

Scion Mastery exclusive, part three: "No dough, no show"

In a series of interviews with The Parliamentary Review, educational consultancy Scion Mastery have discussed what they think are the biggest concerns facing the higher education sector. According to Director Inga Neaves, there is a “triple threat” of “Brexit, tightening budgets and unchecked expansion”, which she will cover in three separate pieces over the coming days.

Government provides £1.57 billion support package for arts sector

The government has announced a £1.57 billion support package to help preserve the arts sector amid growing industry pressure.

Foreign secretary to lay out new Sanctions Act in Parliament

Foreign secretary Dominic Raab is set to lay out the UK’s new sanctions framework which will come into force after Brexit, by naming the first offenders whose assets will be frozen.

Scion Mastery exclusive, part two: "'A cap on aspiration' – code for condescension?"

In a series of interviews with The Parliamentary Review, educational consultancy Scion Mastery have discussed what they think are the biggest concerns facing the higher education sector. According to Director Inga Neaves, there is a “triple threat” of “Brexit, tightening budgets and unchecked expansion”, which she will cover in three separate pieces over the coming days.

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