Articles by: Parliament Street

RESEARCH PAPER – Fostering Democracy in North Korea

RESEARCH PAPER – Fostering Democracy in North Korea

Parliament Street has in the past highlighted North Korea and its criminal violation of the rights of its people. In 2012 we held a screening of Kim Gyoo-min’s film “Winter Butterfly” in a committee room in the Palace of Westminster, and in January 2013 published a paper by North Korean defector Joo-il Kim, on how western powers can have a positive impact […]

by · 17th May 2018 · Research
Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan analyses the local election results on London Live News

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan analyses the local election results on London Live News

Friday May 4th 2018 Today, Patrick Sullivan, Chief Executive of Parliament Street, appeared on London Live News to give his expert analysis of the London local election campaigns and results.

by · 9th May 2018 · Press Room
BRIEFING PAPER – U.S. Failure in Latin America

BRIEFING PAPER – U.S. Failure in Latin America

Thomas Lahey (Senior International Correspondent, Parliament Street) provides us with a briefing paper explaining what has the United States’ has got wrong, in it’s foreign policy towards Latin America. You can read the paper below: PS-US-FAILURE-IN-SOUTH-AMERICA

by · 6th May 2018 · Research
RESEARCH PAPER – What next for EU Asylum Policy?

RESEARCH PAPER – What next for EU Asylum Policy?

Dr. James Downes (Director, British and European Politics, Parliament Street) and Ms. Vanisa Wai (Research Assistant, University of Hong Kong) provide us with  a research paper on the recent refugee crisis in Europe and the implications to EU Asylum Policy, resulting  from how it was handled. EU-ASYLUM-POLICY-PAPER

by · 6th May 2018 · Research
Focas on Financial Services: Will Hammond’s fintech fantasy become a political reality?

Focas on Financial Services: Will Hammond’s fintech fantasy become a political reality?

A genuine commitment to putting the UK at the forefront of fintech, or just another political vanity project to rival that of his predecessor’s Northern powerhouse? With Jacob Rees Mogg and the rest of his backbench Brexiteers baying for cabinet blood, the latter is currently not a political option for this unusually understated Tory chancellor. Unlike Osborne’s original utopic vision to […]

by · 6th May 2018 · Blog
Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan writes for Public Sector Focus magazine

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan writes for Public Sector Focus magazine

Monday 30th April 2018 Today, Public Sector Focus magazine, published an exclusive thought piece, on Getting the NHS ready for GDPR, written by our Chief Executive, Patrick Sullivan. Public Sector Focus is aimed at decision makers with budgetary responsibility working in the public sector. Unlike other titles in the sector, Public Sector Focus covers the whole public sector keeping you […]

by · 30th April 2018 · Press Room
Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan interviewed by ITPro about GDPR

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan interviewed by ITPro about GDPR

Thursday 26th April 2018 Today, ITPro interviewed Parliament Street’s Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Sullivan, about government preparedness for GDPR. ITPro is the essential place for all IT coverage in the UK, offering breaking IT news, along with analysis and comment, interviews, reviews, opinion, multimedia content and more. Mr. Sullivan was discussing the findings from “GDPR: The Impact on Government“, the […]

by · 26th April 2018 · Press Room
What’s To Be Done – Anti-Semitism, Labour And The Solutions

What’s To Be Done – Anti-Semitism, Labour And The Solutions

Dom Sayer – Chairman of our Labour Now policy group writes a thought provoking opinion editorial about how Labour should respond to any anti-Semitism within the Party. In the last couple of months (and indeed over the last couple of years) many people, me included, have written on the issue of anti-Semitism within the Labour party. A distinct range of […]

by · 13th April 2018 · Labour Party, Commentary
Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan takes on political correctness in The Sun

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan takes on political correctness in The Sun

Monday 9th April 2018 Today, The Sun exclusively interviewed Parliament Street’s Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Sullivan. Mr. Sullivan was taking on London Mayor, Sadiq Khan for putting the interest of political correctness, above that of Police Constables. The full article, originally featured on page 6 of the paper, can be read here.     Or alternatively you can read the […]

by · 9th April 2018 · Press Room
Caitlin Boydon-Jones – Deputy Chairman

Caitlin Boydon-Jones – Deputy Chairman

Caitlin joined Parliament Street in 2013. Since then she has chaired a number of our events in the House of Commons and been the chief architect of our recruitment strategy. Caitlin also ran our successful 2013 Conservative Party Conference Program. Caitlin is a law graduate and a proud alum of Brunel University. Follow @CBoydonJones

by · 4th April 2018 · Executive Committee