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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 2016 · Management Bureau
Where Does Europe Go From Here?

Where Does Europe Go From Here?

Thomas Lahey is a student at the Catholic University of America and aspiring jurist. His article below was first published in the Huffington Post. This has been a very difficult time for many in Europe, not just Brussels. Belgium’s capital city dually serves as the capital of the European Union and its many institutions, and the attacks in Brussels were […]

by · 1st April 2016 · Brussels & Europe, Blog

Cuba: The Fall of Communism’s Last Stand

This month, Barack Obama became the first President of the United States of America in ninety years to visit Cuba, heralding the dawn of a new relationship between the two countries. The island nation at the centre of the defining incident of the Cold War, over which Kennedy and Khrushchev came so close to escalating the conflict, has long been […]

by · 31st March 2016 · Foreign Affairs, Blog
Thomas Lahey writes for the Huffington Post – Where does Europe go from here?

Thomas Lahey writes for the Huffington Post – Where does Europe go from here?

Friday 25th March 2016 In his latest column for the Huffington Post, Thomas Lahey discusses the European response to the recent terrorist attacks in Brussels Thomas Lahey is Senior International Correspondent at Parliament Street and is also studying International Politics and European Affairs at the Catholic University of America. His new article can be read here.

by · 25th March 2016 · Press Room

The government must stick to its guns on the sugar tax

Shaun Bailey, Conservative candidate for the London Assembly, former Special Adviser to the Prime Minister and Parliamentary Candidate for Hammersmith, defends the sugar tax. This isn’t about money; it’s about the health of the nation. This isn’t about the nanny state; this is a big step, that, allied with education and clearer labelling, could make a real impact on our […]

by and · 23rd March 2016 · Tory Thought

Next Generation

Parliament Street is keen to help nurture the next generation of conservative leaders. More information on our Next Generation program is coming soon.

by and · 18th March 2016 · Uncategorized

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by · 18th March 2016 · Uncategorized
Tim Focas discusses the Budget in City A.M.

Tim Focas discusses the Budget in City A.M.

Monday 14th March 2016 In his first column for City AM, Tim Focas asks, in the run up to the EU referendum, whether Britain will have to leave the blue to get out of the red. 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 […]

by · 14th March 2016 · Press Room
Donald Coming up Trumps in Republican Race

Donald Coming up Trumps in Republican Race

Parliament Street’s Head of Strategy, Nabil Najjar, dissects Donald Trump’s seemingly unstoppable path to the Republican Presidential nomination. It’s hard to envision three more economically, politically and demographically different states than Michigan, Mississippi and Hawaii. So much so that it is almost unimaginable that one Republican candidate can comfortably win Presidential primaries in all three, yet that is exactly what […]

by · 11th March 2016 · US Politics
International Women’s Day: We can Brexit

International Women’s Day: We can Brexit

By Clare George-Hilley International Women’s Day is an important celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women all around the world. It’s also an event that marks independence and strength, recognising the many challenges women have overcome. This morning I witnessed another example of women coming together in a shared cause at the launch of the Women for Britain in […]

by · 11th March 2016 · Brussels & Europe, Blog