Articles by: Parliament Street

NEW RESEARCH – Three Benefits to UK Businesses in Post-Brexit Britain

NEW RESEARCH – Three Benefits to UK Businesses in Post-Brexit Britain

In a new research paper, Parliament Street’s Georgia Kirke outlines the opportunities available for British business in the aftermath of Brexit. Read the paper below:   Parliament Street – 3 Benefits To UK Businesses Post-Brexit

by · 6th June 2017 · Research
Parliament Street speaks to John Mills

Parliament Street speaks to John Mills

Parliament Street’s Christopher Herman speaks to John Mills, Founder and Chairman of JML, the consumer goods company. John is a long standing Labour Party member, having served almost continuously on Camden Borough Council from 1971 to 2006. He is the Chairman of both Labour Leave and Labour Future. He was also a Co-Chairman of  Business for Britain and between 1985 […]

by and · 1st June 2017 · Podcast
Abbott, I get it. Afro-Diane was a different you

Abbott, I get it. Afro-Diane was a different you

By Kate Baldwin There’s no question that Diane Abbott has made a few interview gaffes in her time. It’s fair to say, for instance, that numbers aren’t her thing. However, the latest interview ‘mishap’ on today’s Andrew Marr show where, while commenting on her previous pro-IRA statements, she remarked that “I had a rather splendid afro at the time. I […]

by · 28th May 2017 · Labour Party
Emily Purssell – Research Associate

Emily Purssell – Research Associate

Emily Purssell is a final year politics and international relations student at the University of Bath. She has spent that past year working in the House of Commons for the Environmental Audit Select Committee. From this she brings knowledge of sustainable development and UK environmental issues and policy. She also has an interest in gender and identity politics and in […]

by · 27th May 2017 · Apprentice Scheme
Why Labour’s Robin Hood tax will only punish Corbyn’s target voter

Why Labour’s Robin Hood tax will only punish Corbyn’s target voter

By Tim Focas, director of financial services at Parliament Street. Another day of the election campaign, and another barmy policy pledge. Labour’s proposals for a tax on financial transactions is a further reminder, as if the electorate needed one, of the economic incompetence that lies ahead should Corbyn by some miracle find himself in Number 10. However, the difference with this […]

by · 19th May 2017 · Economy & Tax, Blog
Tim Focas writes for City AM about the Conservative Manifesto

Tim Focas writes for City AM about the Conservative Manifesto

In his latest column for City A.M., Tim Focas explains how the Conservative Party manifesto marks a clear rejection of the libertarian right. Tim Focas is Director of Financial Services and the City of London for Parliament Street. He is responsible for providing research and market commentary on the key issues bridging the City and Westminster. His latest column can be read here. […]

by · 19th May 2017 · Press Room
Cameron Wall – Research Associate

Cameron Wall – Research Associate

Cameron was an Intern for Parliament Street in 2015 and, having spent nine months in the House of Commons working for a Select Committee, he has returned as a Researcher for Parliament Street. Cameron has an interest in Parliament and British Politics, and he will also bring with him a knowledge of issues relating to the Department for Culture, Media […]

by · 19th May 2017 · Apprentice Scheme
SOLUTION REPORT: A 21st century approach to mental health

SOLUTION REPORT: A 21st century approach to mental health

At Parliament Street, we believe mental health is one of the biggest issues of our generation; affecting many people across the United Kingdom. We have been looking at innovative ways to forge what we call ‘a 21st century approach to mental health’ trying to outline key issues and find solutions to the problems. Over the past 12 months Parliament Street […]

by · 15th May 2017 · Research
PoliceProfessional.com covers Parliament Street research into harassment on Facebook

PoliceProfessional.com covers Parliament Street research into harassment on Facebook

Tuesday 9th May 2017 Police Professional, the only UK professional journal that caters for police management, forensics, analysis, investigative practice, police technology, law, operational and strategic policing issues, has covered Parliament Street’s new research into harassment on Facebook. The original article can be read here. Alternatively, it can be read below: Facebook attacked for ‘safe haven of harassment’ in thousands […]

by · 9th May 2017 · Press Room
New Delhi TV website covers Parliament Street research into harassment on Facebook

New Delhi TV website covers Parliament Street research into harassment on Facebook

Monday 8th May 2017 ND:TV.com, the website of New Delhi Television, has covered Parliament Street’s new research into harassment on Facebook. The original article can be read here. Alternatively, it can be read, below:   Facebook Involved In 32% Of Cyber-Bullying Cases In UK Parliament Street, a Britain based think-tank, has found that 32.5 per cent of cyber-bullying cases have taken […]

by · 8th May 2017 · Press Room