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  • 6th January 2020

    Parliament Street in the Daily Mail


    New Parliament Street research into the use of social media by the criminal underworld was covered in the Daily Mail today. You can read the article online here:
  • 8th November 2019

    Parliament Street on page 2 of the Daily Telegraph


    Parliament Street’s Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Sullivan was quoted on page 2 of the Daily Telegraph today. He was responding to the findings from new research conducted by Parliament Street into database misuse amongst police officers and staff. The article can be read online here:
  • 16th October 2019

    EVENT REVIEW – Uniting the Kingdom


    Yesterday, Parliament Street hosted a very special event in the House of Commons on ‘Uniting the Kingdom’. In a time of large division within the United Kingdom, Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman organised the event to bring people from all different sides of the political spectrum to discuss the issues that bring us together instead of dividing us. The events
  • 1st January 2020

    Tim Focas discusses Jeremy Corbyn’s impact on politics with Express.co.uk


    Our Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas spoke with Express.co.uk earlier about the impact Jeremy Corbyn has had on the Labour Party. Tim told Express.co.uk: “Corbyn’s unique ability to devise policies to the left of Michael Foot has left Labour with an electoral mountain to climb. “The view that somehow the nation shifted left post May’s calamity campaign in 2017
  • 23rd December 2019

    ITProPortal covers Parliament Street research


    ITProPortal, one of the UK’s leading and most respected technology information resources, today reported on new Parliament Street research into policing and device security. We found that despite the police working on finding stolen devices, many forces have their own devices stolen every now and then. Our research found 2,600 mobile phones and other tech gear was reported stolen in
 

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