Parliamentary Information Office

The Parliamentary Information Office is the research section of the Parliamentary Yearbook. The staff of the information office research current political, business and social issues affecting the UK and EU that may be of interest to a wide audience for inclusion in reports and features within the year book.

As an important part of their role, they follow events in Parliament on a daily basis. Not simply the happenings in Westminster but in the devolved Parliaments in Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh plus the all important events in Strasbourg and Brussels. This, coupled with opinion, fact and forecasts, forms the basis of the reports and features within the year book. In addition, a daily bulletin of debates and developments in government policies is posted on the Parliamentary Information Office Online website … an exceptionally useful summary for those of us who do not have the time or perhaps the inclination to trawl through Hansard or government reports.

If we can provide assistance to you please do not hesitate to contact the Parliamentary Information Office

 

Blog Updates

The Parliamentary Information Office of the Parliamentary Yearbook reports on unusual patterns of UK jellyfish monitored by the Marine Conservation Society during 2013.  According to the charity, jellyfish... read more...

The Parliamentary Information Office of the Parliamentary Yearbook reports on a survey by the charity Diabetes UK.  The findings reveal alarming facts about the difficulties experienced by people with diabetes in... read more...