We are delighted to announce that Sarah Waddington Solicitors have appeared in the Parliamentary Review 2021. We have been recognised as a best practice representative for the upcoming 2021 edition of The Parliamentary Review; an independent publication which looks at how key British organisations are responding to different political and economic challenges.
You can read the Sarah Waddington Solicitors parliamentary review piece online, which includes a foreword from Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng, the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Sarah Waddington, Director & Principal Solicitor, said: “We are delighted and extremely proud to be involved in The Parliamentary Review and we continue to do all we can to highlight the issues surrounding Timeshare ownership that our clients and many more owners experience and we hope our story is read widely.”
Success for organisations of any size does not always come easily, and The Parliamentary Review is indispensable for anyone who seeks to make a difference in their sector. It highlights significant developments and concerns for leaders up and down the country.
The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Kwasi Kwarteng says, “this year’s Parliamentary Review reflects on a tumultuous and extraordinary year, globally and nationally.”
What is the Parliamentary Review?
The Parliamentary Review is an indispensable guide to industry practice, demonstrating how sector leaders have responded to challenges in the last 12 months regarding the political and economic environment. Over 500,00 leading business executives, policymakers and other relevant individuals will receive the document. The strategic aim of the Parliamentary Review is to raise standards by highlighting best practice in a number of industries.
The publication is apolitical and reviews the latest events in parliament from a non-partisan perspective. The organisations who write for The Review are – for the most part – apolitical themselves, although some are unapologetically forthright with their views of certain political parties or individuals. This makes for a fascinating series of articles to suit your tastes and challenge your convictions.
We also appeared in the Parliamentary Review in 2019, which you can find out more about here.