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About Parliamentary Yearbook

The Parliamentary Yearbook is a division of Blakes Media who have been publishing the definitive Parliamentary Yearbook for over 40 years; this has also been a successful on-line resource for many years. The Parliamentary Yearbook has three distinct functions: (i) To provide information on topical political, social and business issues to clients of the Parliamentary Yearbook and to members of the public, (ii) To carry out research into such aspects of public and business life that may be of interest to a wider audience for inclusion in reports and features within the Parliamentary Yearbook, and (iii) To assess the value of the publication to the potential readership in specific market sectors and ensure that the publication reaches the best possible target audience. If we can provide assistance to you please do not hesitate to contact the Parliamentary Yearbook.

Online Parliamentary Yearbook

Online Parliamentary Yearbook: The Parliamentary Yearbook is a valued reference book in our office. The format remains ‘user friendly’. Despite the alleged easy access of the internet, I still prefer to have hard copies and I keep a copy of the … Continue reading

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EU BUDGET: REMARKS FROM PRESIDENT HERMAN VAN ROMPUY

The Parliamentary Information Office last week reported on the discussions that took place at the European Council and the stance taken by the British Prime Minister. On Friday of last week, 23rd November 2012, President Van Rompuy issued a statement … Continue reading

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New MPs’ expenses scandal: London homeowners pocket cash for rent

MPs were embroiled in a new expenses row today after it emerged that 27 are letting out London homes at the same time as claiming public money to rent in the city. Former defence secretary Liam Fox, shadow ministers Andy … Continue reading

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The Day Parliament Burned Down in real-time on Twitter

To mark the anniversary of a now little-remembered national catastrophe – the nineteenth-century fire which obliterated the UK Houses of Parliament – Oxford University Press and author Caroline Shenton will reconstruct the events of that fateful day and night in … Continue reading

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British Banks Face Heat From on High

BISHOP AUCKLAND, U.K.—The beleaguered British banking industry has faced angry politicians, regulators and consumers. This fall, a new player has joined the inquisition: a bespectacled bishop wearing a cross made of nails. The Right Reverend Justin Welby, Bishop of Durham, … Continue reading

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A Boost For Local Enterprise

The Parliamentary Yearbook is currently gathering news items for major features on the regeneration of our urban landscape in the next edition and has been following the progress of Local Enterprise Partnerships since their launch in the Summer of 2010 … Continue reading

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Turning The Tide On Piracy

The Parliamentary Yearbook is currently gathering news items for major features in the next edition covering international measures to protect the world’s sea lanes against piracy and has been following closely the success of Operation Atalanta In a report published … Continue reading

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