• Parliamentary Review 'misleading' over government links, advertising watchdog rules

    A glossy magazine that charges heads thousands of pounds to publish content about their school was “misleading” over its links to government, the advertising watchdog has ruled. The Advertising Standards Authority also ruled that the Parliamentary Review failed to make it clear that letters sent to potential customers are marketing communications, or that articles included

    13.09 Nov. 11th, 2019 | News

  • Heads question methods of glossy Westminster mag that charges £3,500 for exposure

    A glossy magazine that charges schools thousands of pounds to be featured in its pages has been accused of misleading headteachers over its links to parliament. School leaders across England received letters last month telling them they had been selected to appear in The Parliamentary Review and attend a gala event in Westminster with politicians

    7.00 Nov. 9th, 2018 | News