Articles by: Peter Hill

Parliament Street Mental Health Research on Sky News

Parliament Street Mental Health Research on Sky News

Last Thursday, Parliament Street released our latest research on mental health and police. The report was subsequently covered twice on Sky News with both Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, Matt Scott and Parliament Street Mental Health Spokesman, Danny Bowman being interviewed on Sky News. These figures suggest that police forces in United Kingdom are struggling to cope with the number […]

by · 12th February 2018 · Mental Health, Press Room
Parliament Street in the Daily Express

Parliament Street in the Daily Express

Today, Parliament Street’s Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas was once again interviewed by the Daily Express, this time on the fundamentals of the Eurozone.     The interview can be found here. Or alternatively you can read it below: Eurozone WARNING: GDP ‘not resilient enough to ride next economic downturn’ Eurozone WARNING: GDP ‘not resilient enough to ride next […]

by · 9th February 2018 · Press Room

Parliament Street condemns attack on free speech

We condemn in the strongest terms the apparent breach of the peace at UWE Bristol this evening where Jacob Rees Mogg MP was due to speak.  All citizens of the UK have a right to hear, and be heard.  Our Universities are supposed to be bastions of learning and free speech, where ideas are challenged and discussed.  Are the events […]

by · 2nd February 2018 · Blog
Dr Peter Hill, Parliament Street’s Director of Policy responds to Mark Littlewood writing in the Times this week

Dr Peter Hill, Parliament Street’s Director of Policy responds to Mark Littlewood writing in the Times this week

The opinions expressed here are my own and do not reflect the views of others, or of Parliament Street. On Monday morning I had the pleasure of reading Mark Littlewood’s article about Britain’s broken housing market.  I’m a huge fan of the IEA and the work they’ve done in defence of freedom and free markets over the years.  Indeed, at […]

by · 20th November 2017 · Housing