Articles by: Parliament Street

March is Mental Health Month

March is Mental Health Month

By Danny Bowman I am pleased to announce the start of Parliament Street’s mental health month starting 1st March 2017. Mental health has become one of the most important issues that our country needs to deal with in the 21st Century and has long been the poorer relative in our NHS and beyond. Throughout this essential month Parliament Street will […]

by · 1st March 2017 · frontpage
Robert Hearn – Administrative Assistant

Robert Hearn – Administrative Assistant

Rob is a first year student at King’s College London, studying a French and Management degree. He is a keen public speaker having achieved a high level qualification in this area. In addition, Rob has worked at a five star hotel for the best part of two years. Here he learnt that he works best in a collegiate environment and […]

by · 26th February 2017 · Apprentice Scheme
Will Saunders – Picture Editor

Will Saunders – Picture Editor

Will is a third-year Politics student at the University of Sussex. Rarely found without either a camera or a pen in his hand, his particular political interests are party politics and higher-education policy.

by · 22nd February 2017 · Media Team
Challenging Perceptions in Society

Challenging Perceptions in Society

By Richard Harris I sit with certain family members, watching TV and cringe every now and then at their reaction to people and situations. For example, I have noticed, recently that the BBC has begun to deploy disabled news readers and weather presenters. We have a generation or two of people in this country who will see the difference between […]

by · 22nd February 2017 · Disabilities
Hugo Bromley – Research Assistant

Hugo Bromley – Research Assistant

Hugo is a second year International Student at the London School of Economics and Political Science, with experience in student politics and campaigning, as well as student journalism. His policy interests include both foreign and domestic policy, with a focus on the area now covered by the Department of Justice. Outside of politics, Hugo regularly sings with the Bach Choir […]

by · 21st February 2017 · Apprentice Scheme
OPINION: Why John Bercow is wrong to try and ban Trump from the Houses of Parliament

OPINION: Why John Bercow is wrong to try and ban Trump from the Houses of Parliament

By Sofia Geraghty When I was about five, my parents decreed that my elder brother could go to be bed later than myself owing to the fact he was older. Outraged at their assumption that age should dictate how many hours of daylight you are entitled to, I immediately fled their oppressive regime and went to start a new life for […]

by · 21st February 2017 · Blog
EVENT REVIEW: CyberCrime – The Next Threat

EVENT REVIEW: CyberCrime – The Next Threat

With CyberCrime consistently in the news and towards the top of the National Security agenda, Parliament Street is hosted a timely panel discussion on the topic on Wednesday 11th January 2017. The panellists were – Dr. Robert Nowill, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Cyber Security Challenge UK Ltd. Andy Settle, Cyber Security Analyst and Senior Cyber Security and […]

by · 13th February 2017 · 2017 Events Calendar
Milton Keynes Citizen reports on Parliament Street mental health research

Milton Keynes Citizen reports on Parliament Street mental health research

New research by Parliament Street has revealed the extent of lack of funding and provision related to mental health incidents. By analysing police case reports, Parliament Street identified more than 300,000 cases related to people with a mental disorder, who felt they had no other support around them. Talking to the Milton Keynes Citizen, Danny Bowman, our mental health spokesman, […]

by · 9th February 2017 · Press Room
Buckingham and Winslow Advertiser cover Parliament Street mental health research

Buckingham and Winslow Advertiser cover Parliament Street mental health research

New research by Parliament Street has revealed the extent of lack of funding and provision related to mental health incidents. By analysing police case reports, Parliament Street identified more than 300,000 cases related to people with a mental disorder, who felt they had no other support around them. Talking to the Buckingham and Winslow Advertiser, Danny Bowman, our mental health […]

by · 9th February 2017 · Press Room
CBJSpotlight speak to Parliament Street’s Danny Bowman

CBJSpotlight speak to Parliament Street’s Danny Bowman

CBJSpotlight recently produced a report about Parliament Street’s recent mental health reseach which showed that Nottinghamshire police deal with the highest number of mental health incidents in the country. As part of their report they interviewed our mental health spokesman, Danny Bowman. CBJSpotlight is a website that features news and content produced by second and third year students on Nottingham […]

by · 9th February 2017 · Press Room