Articles by: Parliament Street

NEW RESEARCH – Flood Forests

NEW RESEARCH – Flood Forests

While scientists and policymakers around the world are rightfully focused on the coronavirus, this new research paper started before the crisis, reminds us that other policy problems will still need solutions when normal life returns. In this research paper, our Director of Policy, Dr. Peter Hill urges the planting of new forests to reduce the incidents of winter flooding in […]

by · 8th April 2020 · Research
BRIEFING NOTE: Minding the Pandemic – The Second Week

BRIEFING NOTE: Minding the Pandemic – The Second Week

Our Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman reflects on his personal experience of the second week of the lockdown and the subsequent impact on his mental health. He is writing a briefing note on this for each week of the lockdown.

by · 8th April 2020 · Research
Get Well Soon Boris!

Get Well Soon Boris!

The thoughts and prayers of everyone at Parliament Street are with Boris Johnson and his family tonight. The entire nation is praying that the Prime Minister makes a speedy recovery and is soon back and buoyant in 10 Downing Street. #GetWellBoris #PrayForBoris

by · 6th April 2020 · frontpage
NEW RESEARCH: Covid-19 and the Isolation Nation

NEW RESEARCH: Covid-19 and the Isolation Nation

Our new report examines the challenges facing UK businesses during the Covid-19 crisis.

by · 1st April 2020 · Research
BRIEFING NOTE – Minding the Pandemic: The First Week

BRIEFING NOTE – Minding the Pandemic: The First Week

Our Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman reflects on his personal experience of the first week of the lockdown and the subsequent impact on his mental health. He will be doing this for each week during the lockdown.

by · 31st March 2020 · Research
NEW RESEARCH – STATE OF EMERGENCY

NEW RESEARCH – STATE OF EMERGENCY

In this important paper Parliament Street Chief Executive, Patrick Sullivan proposes a range of sensible measures to create stability while we fight this Coronavirus Pandemic.     This paper highlights how technology could be used to ensure the continuation of democracy, and to keep people in touch with outside world while in isolation.  This paper is required reading for all policy […]

by · 16th March 2020 · Research
Parliament Street in the Daily Mail

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: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7853389/Essex-fraudster-run-Dubai-taunts-UK-authorities-Instagram-brags.html

by · 6th January 2020 · Press Room, News
ITProPortal covers Parliament Street research

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 […]

by · 23rd December 2019 · Press Room, News
NEW RESEARCH – Tackling knife crime through after-school activities

NEW RESEARCH – Tackling knife crime through after-school activities

In a brand new research paper for Parliament Street, Dr. Peter Hill and Patrick Sullivan explain how after-school activities present a positive way to change the lives of many children and young people; keeping them off the conveyor belt to crime.

by · 23rd October 2019 · Research
EVENT REVIEW – Uniting the Kingdom

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 […]

by · 16th October 2019 · 2019 Events, Mental Health