Combining political commentary from leading journalists, with sector specific insight from Secretaries of State, Ministers and MPs, The Parliamentary Review is an indispensable guide to industry best practice, which demonstrates how sector leaders have responded to challenges in the political and economic environment.
The Review has several editions, each focusing on an individual policy area with the strategic aim of raising standards by highlighting best practice.
The Parliamentary Review is sent to over 250,000 leading business executives and policymakers. In recent years, it has featured forewords by David Cameron, George Osborne and Philip Hammond. The Review's release is marked by an annual gala in the Palace of Westminster.
More details on the editorial team can be found below.
Chairman - The Rt Hon Sir Eric Pickles
Sir Eric Pickles was the Secretary of State for Local Government and Communities from 2010 to 2015 and the MP for Brentwood and Ongar between 1992 and 2017. Following his decision to leave parliament ahead of the last general election, he was appointed Chairman of The Parliamentary Review and remains the United Kingdom Special Envoy for Post-Holocaust Issues.
Co-Chief Editor - The Rt Hon David Curry
David Curry has a degree in Modern History from The University of Oxford. He is the former world trade editor of the Financial Times, MEP for Essex North East and MP for Skipton and Ripon. During his time as an MP he held positions such as Minister of State and Minister for Housing.
Co-Chief Editor - Robert Orchard
Robert Orchard was a BBC political and parliamentary correspondent at Westminster for nearly 30 years. He has an Oxford degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, and added a Politics Masters from King's College, London in 2016. He also worked in Brussels and Strasbourg, was General Election Editor for the BBC News website, and presented political documentaries on Radio 4. He is now a freelance political journalist and lecturer.
Mark Kinver has a degree in Broadcasting Studies from Falmouth College of Arts. Mark has been a journalist for BBC News for more than a decade, spending the past seven years as an environment reporter. His area of particular focus is tree-related issues, scientific research and public policy. During his time at the BBC, Mark has been invited to write for a number of publications, including Chatham House's International Affairs journal, Green Futures and BBC Wildlife magazines.
Kaye Wiggins has a degree in Modern History from Oxford University. Following several work experience stints, including at the Lancashire Evening Post, Lancashire Life and a local radio station, and a role as comment editor of the Oxford Student newspaper, she became a reporter at Third Sector magazine in 2009. After three years covering politics, policy and legal affairs at the title, she moved to the Local Government Chronicle as senior correspondent in 2012.
Jack Grove is a reporter covering teaching and learning, quality assurance, student affairs and access to higher education at the Times Higher Education. He has also covered industrial relations and developments in European higher education in his three years at the magazine.
Head of Communications - Edward Jones
Edward Jones has a degree in English from the University of Warwick. He has worked with many leading UK brands to formulate PR and marketing campaigns and was key in the development of the Parliamentary Portal.
Director - Daniel Yossman
Daniel Yossman has a degree in Russian and Business Management from The University of Manchester. Through The Parliamentary Review he has brought together the Prime Minister, The Chancellor of the Exchequer, numerous Cabinet ministers and many of the UK’s leading executives and journalists to produce a model for reform.
Political Editor - CJ Wilmann
CJ Wilmann has a BA in English Studies from the University of Nottingham and a Masters in Playwriting from the University of Birmingham. He is a notable playwright and author.
Director of Policy - Dominic Spencer
Dominic has a degree in English from the University of Nottingham. He has worked closely with a number of leading organisations to improve practice in industry including FedEx, Hermes Parcelnet and Euro-IB.
Mark D'Arcy is a Parliamentary Correspondent for BBC News. He was born in Chichester in Sussex, and has an economics degree from The University of Sussex. A journalist for 31 years, he has worked for LWT's current affairs flagship, Weekend World, and the Leicester Mercury, before joining the BBC.
Ben Clover has a degree in History from The University of York. He has been a journalist for nine years, working on regional, national and trade press titles. Over his three years at the Health Service Journal he has reported on the biggest set of reforms ever introduced into the NHS and regularly appears as an expert for the BBC and Sky News.
Sean Coughlan last year won education journalist of the year, awarded at the House of Commons, for an international education project for the BBC News website. He has also worked as a feature writer, financial columnist for the Guardian, book reviewer for The Times and was launch editor of the TES's website.
James Thomas has a degree in English from The University of Manchester. He was previously the editor of The Tab magazine and a number of leading online publications.
Jonathan has a Politics degree from the University of Exeter. He has chaired debates between notable public figures, including senior government ministers. He is responsible for overseeing a number of policy sectors for The Parliamentary Review.
Rupert has a post-graduate degree in Contemporary Global Security from the University of Sheffield. He has written extensively on topics such as energy security and development policies of the World Bank.