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National Struggles with Automation

Philip Lowe, governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia: 'there is much for us to feel fortunate about'

When speaking to the Australia Industry Group in June 2018, Philip Lowe, governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), pointed out that the country enjoys a level of economic prosperity that many others do not.

The Parliamentary Review Launches in Australia

The Parliamentary Review's launch in Australia has seen a year of businesses and the public sector sharing and promoting best practice.

Theresa May updates Commons following European Council summit

Theresa May addressed MPs in the Commons last night, touching on the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, recent developments in the Brexit negotiations and the results of the meeting of the European Council that occurred last week.

Former Review speaker Clegg appointed head of global affairs at Facebook

The former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has been appointed the head of global affairs and communications by US social media company Facebook. Clegg, who served as the deputy prime minister for five years during the Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government, has been hired by the technology firm to help them move forward in light of recent discussions about how governments should interact with the internet.

Andrew Neil: Politics has been turned on its head

Political journalist and commentator Andrew Neil gave a detailed and expansive speech at the recent Parliamentary Review gala, spanning the worlds of politics and economics

Jonny Wilkinson tells business leaders about the importance of mental health

Former England captain and Rugby World Cup winner Jonny Wilkinson spoke at The Parliamentary Review gala on World Mental Health Day, discussing how his life has been changed by success and injury and the subsequent effect on his mental health. Speaking in the House of Lords, Wilkinson began by saying “I haven’t done many of these speeches and especially not in a venue like this.”

The whipping system

Some see it as an archaic process with no place in modern-day parliament, whereas others consider it...

Headteachers tell Hammond government are still not listening

Headteachers from across the UK gathered in Parliament Square this afternoon to protest government funding for education. The march then moved onto Downing Street in order to provide Chancellor Philip Hammond with a petition.

Fosters Legal

Fosters Legal LLP is an award winning and community focussed law firm based in Stevenage, providing ...

Brexit is a "democratic outrage" - Ian Blackford

Opening the second day of the SNP conference in Glasgow, Ian Blackford, the SNP’s Westminster leader, described Brexit as a “democratic outrage” and claimed that Brexit negotiations have bolstered the argument for Scottish independence.

Hardwick & Morris

Founded in 2003, and based in Great Portland Street, Hardwick & Morris prides itself on the way that...