Articles by: Parliament Street

EVENT REVIEW – A 21st century approach to mental health – part 2

EVENT REVIEW – A 21st century approach to mental health – part 2

By Danny Bowman After the success of the first event it was now time for the main event in the House of Commons with a sell-out audience of 200 people in attendance and an esteemed panel including the Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent, Matthew Scott; Leading psychologist and author, Rob Wilson; Director of Time to Change, Sue Baker and […]

by · 30th March 2017 · 2017 Events Calendar
James Hutton – Commercial Executive

James Hutton – Commercial Executive

James is a first year Government & Economics student at the London School of Economics. His policy interests include monetary and fiscal policy as well as constitutional affairs. He is the treasurer for the LSE Conservative Society, has previously volunteered for Oxfam and been involved in fundraising for a cancer support charity.

by · 29th March 2017 · Apprentice Scheme
Labour must remember Hugh Gaitskell

Labour must remember Hugh Gaitskell

By Christopher Herman We must look back at Hugh Gaitskell and “fight, and fight, and fight again, to save the party we love” Fifty seven years ago in Scarborough, of all places, the Labour party like today was at a crossroads. The party was licking its wounds after the humiliating election defeat of 1959, with Gaitskell believing that the party […]

by · 29th March 2017 · Labour Party
EVENT REVIEW – A 21st century approach to mental health -part 1

EVENT REVIEW – A 21st century approach to mental health -part 1

By Danny Bowman As many of you know March is Parliament Street’s mental health month focusing on every aspect of the subject. With all that said Parliament Street decided to host one event that turned into two events due to the large amount of interest in the topic. We held both events at the Houses of Parliament with two days […]

by · 29th March 2017 · 2017 Events Calendar
EVENT REVIEW – After Brexit: The Future of the City of London, Part 2

EVENT REVIEW – After Brexit: The Future of the City of London, Part 2

    By Olivia Cooper INTRODUCTION: On Tuesday 7th March 2017 Parliament Street hosted its second round table panel discussion on policy post Brexit. Again the focus was on the City post Brexit. The discussion was chaired by Olivia Cooper Consultant lawyer with DMH Stallard LLP, she was joined by the Right Honourable Peter Lilley Member of Parliament for Hitchen and […]

by · 28th March 2017 · 2017 Events Calendar
Elizabeth Anderson – Research Secretary

Elizabeth Anderson – Research Secretary

Elizabeth Anderson joined Parliament Street in 2013. She works for a prestigious charity in central London, and volunteers for charities around her interests, including a charity that supports girls to access education in Africa, the Forever Hounds Trust, and the UK Chagos Support Association.  She led campaigns for Vote Leave in South East London for the 2016 Referendum.  She is […]

by · 21st March 2017 · Research council
Georgia Kirke – Director of Enterprise

Georgia Kirke – Director of Enterprise

Georgia Kirke joined Parliament Street in 2016. She is an entrepreneur, author and speaker with a passion for helping successful business leaders communicate their ‘why’ and share their values, personality and unique capabilities, as well as their business processes. Georgia founded Write Business Results Ltd, a revolutionary business book company created specifically for successful entrepreneurs. Her book,”The Entrepreneur’s Guide To Book Marketing […]

by · 21st March 2017 · Research council
Parliament Street speaks to Dylan Jones

Parliament Street speaks to Dylan Jones

Parliament Street’s Patrick Sullivan and Sofia Geraghty sat down for a wide-ranging interview with Dylan Jones, editor-in-chief of GQ Style, British GQ and GQ.co.uk.

by · 20th March 2017 · Podcast, News
A Study in Unionism

A Study in Unionism

By Will Burstow One a plucky daughter of a Borders mill manager, the other a dour daughter of Fermanagh. There’s a wealth of difference between the personalities of Arlene Foster, leader of the DUP in Northern Ireland and Ruth Davidson, leader of the Scottish Conservatives – and in their unionism. One is undoubtedly strong on the Union -a former TA […]

by · 16th March 2017 · Blog
The Future Of UK Enterprise: What Phillip Hammond’s Tax Changes Mean For You

The Future Of UK Enterprise: What Phillip Hammond’s Tax Changes Mean For You

    By Georgia Kirke “A shopkeeper was dismayed when a brand new business, much like his own, opened up next door and erected a huge sign which read ‘BEST QUALITY’. He was horrified when another competitor opened up next door on the other side, and announced its arrival with an even larger sign, reading ‘LOWEST PRICES’. The shopkeeper panicked, […]

by · 9th March 2017 · Economy & Tax, Blog