27 March 2019
Chaired jointly by Lord Blunkett and Lord Pickles, The Parliamentary Review has become a staple in the political calendar. Bringing together views from across the political spectrum, The Review is a template for best practice across a multitude of sectors. Industry leaders celebrate their success, share their concerns and look to the future to consider how external factors ranging from Brexit to the domestic skills gap may affect the road ahead.
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine is the single authoritative body that speaks for the medical speciality of emergency medicine in the UK and around the world. Chief Executive Gordon Miles explains in The Review the formation of the college and their belief in the importance of the four-hour standard for emergency care.
A variety of Education Services providers step up alongside Prime Minister Theresa May and Education Secretary Damien Hinds to offer insight into the current climate in UK education. We also discuss improving GCSE results, synthetic phonetics and reforming vocational qualifications.
Lord Blunkett, has said he is looking forward to this edition of The Parliamentary Review being published under this co-chairmanship. Lord Blunkett highlighted that The Review provides an important platform “to have an interchange; where those in the formal political arena can go to understand business.”
Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that “British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.”
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine’s article can be viewed here.