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Sir Keir Starmer announces shadow cabinet reshuffle

The Labour party has elected Sir Keir Starmer as their newest leader replacing Jeremy Corbyn who has occupied the position for the past five years.

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.

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.

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.

Managing director of Pyrotect: “The only certainty on the path ahead is uncertainty”

With continuing uncertainty surrounding the impact of coronavirus on the construction industry, The Parliamentary Review spoke with Chris Goodison, managing director of Pyrotect, on the impact of Covid-19 on his company’s operations.

JP Trett: "We're looking at all possible angles to ensure there's a business to continue after this"

This pandemic affects every individual, every professional and every business in different and unprecedented ways; the only common thread between every single instance is that we know for sure that it is affecting everyone. This is true for agriculture recruitment consultancy and Parliamentary Review representative JP Trett Ltd, who spoke to the Review about what he described as "the most harrowing period" in the company's history.

Fifteen hour shifts and 4,000 beds: making a hospital in nine days

The UK’s largest hospital facility, NHS Nightingale, has been built in just nine days, to provide intensive care treatment for coronavirus patients.

Conflict between European Regulators over rules for short selling shares

Bans on short selling shares in countries such as Spain and France have sparked controversy in other European member states with regard to the most appropriate course of action.

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