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Parliament to vote on May’s deal

Parliament will vote on Theresa May’s EU Withdrawal Deal at around 7pm this evening after a day of debate as the government looks to increase backing for their Brexit plan.

Ryland Technology and IMI Hydronic Engineering weigh in on Brexit as Abe urges UK to avoid no-deal

IMI Hydronic Engineering and Ryland Technology discuss their preferred Brexit scenarios as Abe urges UK to avoid no-deal.

Dontyne Systems and TechSimulater reflect on Brexit after government suffer blow

Dontyne Systems and TechSimulater spoke to The Parliamentary Review this week after an amendment tabled by Conservative rebel Dominic Grieve caused a blow to Theresa May’s Brexit plans. The amendment, which was supported by 17 Tory MPs, means that in the result of Theresa May’s deal being rejected by parliament, the cabinet will have just three days to present a “plan B”.

ORBS Electrical and Warren & Co give thoughts on Brexit as RICS predict housing market to suffer from uncertainty

A new report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has predicted that the UK housing market will suffer from uncertainty surrounding Brexit well into 2019. The report states that the both house prices, and the number of homes being sold, will fall over the next quarter. On average, a home now takes four months to be sold, the longest period since records began in 2016. In response to new Brexit developments, ORBS Electrical and Warren & Co offer their views on what should happen going forward.

DP Financial Advice and ORBS Electrical call for deal support as May arrives in Brussels

DP Financial Advice and ORBS told The Parliamentary Review this week that they hope MPs vote to approve a deal and end uncertainty when Theresa May returns from Brussels this week. The prime minister was today in the Belgian capital, looking to gain amendments to the deal that was due to be voted on last Monday, before she delayed the vote citing its impending defeat.

As pound falls, BKW Instruments and 3DPRINTUK discuss approaches to Brexit uncertainty

As Theresa May announces a delay to the crucial Parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal, the pound has dropped to its lowest level since April 2017. Sterling had already fallen by one per cent in response to reports of the delay and fell even further as May addressed Parliament. 3DPrintUK and BKW Instruments are both contributors to The Parliamentary Review and discuss their different reactions and responses to Brexit.

Rapid Improvement reduce NHS shortages as nursing apprenticeships labelled a “mirage”

The Education Select Committee has today published a report, urging The Department for Education to remove barriers to ensure the apprenticeship scheme is not just a mere “mirage.” According to the report, no more than 30 individuals have begun training under the scheme last year. Rapid Improvement could act as a potential solution to this issue, providing apprentices to various NHS organisations around the country.

Chubb Systems champion apprenticeships but stats show worrying decline

The Department for Education has today published statistics that show a 24 per cent decrease in the number of apprenticeships programmes begun in the last calendar year in comparison to the year before. Chubb Systems drew attention to the importance of apprenticeship programmes in their contribution to The Parliamentary Review so it is likely they, along with many young people looking to break into industry will be disappointed by the news.

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