Articles by: Parliament Street

Georgia Pactor: Labour depend on class division. The Tories’, on aspiration.

Georgia Pactor: Labour depend on class division. The Tories’, on aspiration.

  It is undeniable that Labour has lost its way with the blue-collar worker vote they once had. Whether this is down to Blair’s shift to the political centre-ground , or Miliband’s attempt to woo hard-left voters with socialist rhetoric, they just aren’t cutting it with aspirational voters. In September 2013, Miliband planned to ‘bring socialism back to Britain’, yet again […]

by and · 13th June 2015 · Tory Thought
The Republican Primary Fight Has Once Again Become A Circus

The Republican Primary Fight Has Once Again Become A Circus

How many more Republicans have to announce their bid to run for President before we say enough is enough? Right now, there are nine Republicans already declared with at least six more who are expected to announce their intentions soon. The Democrats, meanwhile, have three declared candidates (Clinton, Sanders & O’Malley), which is more manageable and provides less possibility for […]

by and · 2nd June 2015 · US Politics, Blog
Parliament Street in The Sun

Parliament Street in The Sun

  Parliament Street’s Mo Metcalf-Fisher was quoted in The Sun today, commenting on reports of frivolous entertainment expenditure by the BBC Critics slammed the spending, with Mo Metcalf-Fisher of think tank Parliament Street calling it “frivolous”. He said last night: “Holding an event in San Francisco is absurd. I don’t see how it could benefit the licence-fee payer or BBC […]

by · 26th May 2015 · Press Room
Mo Metcalf-Fisher published by The Freedom Association

Mo Metcalf-Fisher published by The Freedom Association

22 May 2015 Parliament Street’s Mo Metcalf-Fisher published an article for The Freedom Association today on the challenges facing the United Kingdom in relation to border control and immigration, and how dealing seriously with immigration and border control means standing up to Brussels. Immigration is one of the most important issues facing Britain today. Despite some significant changes by the […]

by · 22nd May 2015 · Press Room
Dealing seriously with immigration & border control means standing up to Brussels

Dealing seriously with immigration & border control means standing up to Brussels

Parliament Street’s Mo Metcalf-Fisher writes about the challenges facing the United Kingdom in relation to border control and immigration.  Check out the blog here. With thanks to The Freedom Association (TFA).      

by and · 22nd May 2015 · Blog
If it’s an EU referendum you’re after, vote Conservative

If it’s an EU referendum you’re after, vote Conservative

Parliament Street’s Mo Metcalf- Fisher explains why if it’s an EU referendum and stronger border controls you’re after, the Conservatives are the best choice.  Imagine this. You wake up Friday to find Ed Miliband is Prime Minister. You either voted Labour (so you’re probably happy and don’t need to read on) but you also could have voted UKIP. You care […]

It’s clear Labour want to turn communities AGAINST one another

It’s clear Labour want to turn communities AGAINST one another

On the eve of poll, Parliament Street’s Charlotte Kude argues it’s clear that Labour’s strategy is to turn communities against one another for their own electoral benefit  We’ve already seen Labour organise public meetings where men and women are segregated, while at the same time claiming to be feminists. We’ve seen them criticise zero hour contracts while their own MPs employ staff […]

by and · 6th May 2015 · Tory Thought
10 reasons why you should vote Conservative on 7th May

10 reasons why you should vote Conservative on 7th May

by and · 6th May 2015 · Blog
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BRIEFING NOTE: General Election 2015 Polling

With just one day to go before the British public cast their vote at the ballot box, the ground war is hotting up. James Downes examines the current state of the polls in looking at both vote and seat shares, before outlining the importance of campaigning for the Conservative Party on the final day of the election. The State of the […]

by and · 6th May 2015 · Research
Could a written constitution save the United Kingdom?

Could a written constitution save the United Kingdom?

    Parliament’s Street’s Clare Ambrosino debates whether the time has come for Great Britain to codify its constitution to save the union from being broken up by nationalist parties. There are now only two days to go to the general election and the heat is now well and truly on. David Cameron continues to be the only credible leader […]

by and · 5th May 2015 · Home Affairs, Blog