Articles by: Parliament Street

Joachim Sabbat – Operations Director

Joachim Sabbat – Operations Director

Joachim Sabbat joined Parliament Street in 2017. He works for an investment banking boutique in Mayfair, specialising in life sciences, where he is responsible for assisting in the preparation of market models and business plans, as well as deal execution and process management.   Joachim graduated in 2014 from Durham University, with a BA in Economics and Politics, during which […]

by · 12th November 2017 · Management Bureau
Cllr. Dr. Peter Hill – Director of Policy

Cllr. Dr. Peter Hill – Director of Policy

Dr Peter Hill joined Parliament Street in 2017.  He works as a freelance academic with current roles at Royal Holloway and King’s College London.  His research focuses on welfare/labour market issues, but has recently centred on how public and social policy is evaluated.  His teaching interests are spread across public policy, economics, project management and strategy. Peter is a also Unitary Authority and Town […]

Elizabeth Anderson – Tory Democracy Policy Group Chairman

Elizabeth Anderson – Tory Democracy Policy Group Chairman

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 a […]

by · 3rd November 2017 · Research council
Elliot Van Emden – Director of Business and Innovation

Elliot Van Emden – Director of Business and Innovation

Elliot Van Emden is a qualified Barrister and an entrepreneur, having run several successful businesses from start-up. His particular interests in law are Commercial, Employment, Immigration & Crime. He has also previously worked in the office of the Rt. Hon. David Cameron MP & Conservative Campaign Headquarters.  He has used all of these skills in his role as Commercial Director […]

by · 3rd November 2017 · Research council
Clare Ambrosino – Women of Influence Coordinator

Clare Ambrosino – Women of Influence Coordinator

Clare Ambrosino joined Parliament Street in 2014 and has been Chairman of the organisation since November 2016. Clare envisioned and developed Women of Influence –  a multiplatform series looking at how female leaders are shaping business, public life and our communities. She counts Sheryl Sandberg and Mika Brzezinski as key influences. Clare has invaluable experience navigating the corridors of power in Brussels where she worked as […]

by · 3rd November 2017 · Campaigns Committee
UPCOMING EVENT – Parliament Street Professionals Network Halloween Party

UPCOMING EVENT – Parliament Street Professionals Network Halloween Party

PARLIAMENT STREET invites you to the – Inaugural Parliament Street Professionals Network Halloween Party @ Davy’s Bar, Canary Wharf (31-35 Fishermans Walk)  On the evening of 31st October, from 7pm until late, leading UK think tank, Parliament Street will be hosting a networking reception in Canary Wharf featuring STAND UP COMEDY and SPECIAL GUESTS! BOOK TICKETS FREE ENTRY to Halloween with Parliament Street Parliament […]

by · 30th October 2017 · 2017 Events Calendar
NEW RESEARCH – Parliament Street publishes NEW BOOK:  ‘True Blue’

NEW RESEARCH – Parliament Street publishes NEW BOOK: ‘True Blue’

Parliament Street is pleased to announce that its new book ‘True Blue’, is now available to buy on Kindle and Paperback. ‘True Blue’ is the second book released by Parliament Street, and the first associated with our new policy unit, Tory Democracy. Parliament Street itself is apolitical, bringing together politically aware individuals from all points on the ideological spectrum, right […]

by · 30th October 2017 · Tory Thought, Research
Brexit Britain needs more grammar schools

Brexit Britain needs more grammar schools

Social mobility is a key tenet of Conservatism – the policies of aspiration that allow people to progress, to provide for themselves and their families, to be self-reliant – not propped up by the state.  And for this to happen, we must provide more opportunities for educational excellence.  Education is arguably one of the most important gifts we can pass […]

by · 27th October 2017 · Tory Thought
Local Elections 2018: Predictables in an unpredictable political landscape

Local Elections 2018: Predictables in an unpredictable political landscape

An entire textbook could be written on the UK political landscape for the years 2016 and 2017 alone, which have perhaps been the most political disruptive years in living memory. If the British electorate thought the election carousal had passed, the 6 month countdown is on until the Local Elections 2018. With political lactic acid causing electoral fatigue among constituents […]

by · 24th October 2017 · Opinion Editorials
Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan speaks to France 24 about Brexit

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan speaks to France 24 about Brexit

On Thursday 19th October 2017, Parliament Street’s C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan, was interviewed by Francois Picard on France 24. Patrick spoke about the EU summit which was going on at the time. Patrick also recommended that Prime Minister, Theresa May, make Brexit an national issue, instead of a party political issue, by putting out an olive branch to Brexit accepting Labour […]

by · 19th October 2017 · Press Room