Articles by: Parliament Street

The Dream is Not Dead for DREAMERs

The Dream is Not Dead for DREAMERs

Our Senior International Correspondent, Thomas Lahey, writes an open letter to those Americans affected by the announcement of the repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Executive Order.  Look, I get it. I’m angry too. Why would a President who repeatedly said that he “loves” DREAMERs and wants to protect you, then repeal the DACA Executive Order, putting your […]

by · 6th September 2017 · US Politics, Blog
Battle of the bots – who will rise triumphant?

Battle of the bots – who will rise triumphant?

With PWC estimating that up to 30 per cent of existing UK jobs are susceptible to automation from robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) by the early 2030s – 250,000 in the public sector alone – it’s unsurprising that many workers feel a perpetual question mark surrounding the future of their work. Even today’s students are feeling the burden, with nearly […]

by · 5th September 2017 · Tech Frontiers
Parliament Street featured in OK!

Parliament Street featured in OK!

Monday 4th September 2017 Parliament Street’s Head of Events, Georgia Toffolo was recently profiled by OK! Magazine. Georgia has been Parliament Street’s Head of Events since January 2015. You can read the article here. Alternatively, you can read it below: Celebs Go Dating Georgia Toffolo: Made In Chelsea star’s most shocking secrets uncovered from ex boyfriends to politics GEORGIA Toffolo […]

by · 4th September 2017 · Press Room
The next cyberattack could cost you €20 million – and the rest

The next cyberattack could cost you €20 million – and the rest

Kate Baldwin, Parliament Street’s comment editor, looks at how ICO fines will decimate companies that haven’t met the minimum requirements of GDPR. There’s been a significant amount of turbulence around how European laws, regulations and directives will proceed post-Brexit. As exit discussions continue, the Government is naturally keeping its cards to its chest. One of the few things that the […]

by · 1st September 2017 · Tech Frontiers
EVENT: Parliament Street Tech Frontiers Conference

EVENT: Parliament Street Tech Frontiers Conference

Parliament Street is pleased to announce a major new Tech Frontiers conference in Westminster on Saturday September 9th. The event will include guest speakers from some of the tech industry’s biggest brands including BT and IBM and will attract entrepreneurs, tech professionals and industry experts. “As Parliament Street continues to thrive during its fifth year, we’re thrilled to announce this flagship event […]

Parliament Street speaks to Dr. Rob Willson about mental health

Parliament Street speaks to Dr. Rob Willson about mental health

Parliament Street’s mental health spokesman, Danny Bowman, recently sat down with renowned therapist, Dr. Rob Willson, for a very special 20 minute podcast about mental health awareness and Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). Dr. Willson is the chair of the Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) Foundation and spent twelve years working at the Priory Hospital North London where he was a therapist and […]

by · 21st August 2017 · Podcast, Blog
University is just one pathway for our school leavers

University is just one pathway for our school leavers

By Elizabeth Anderson We live in a bubble.  By which I mean, I suspect the majority of people who read this blog will be degree educated, politically active (or at least politically aware), and more likely than not, in or around London.  For us, a bachelors or even a masters is a given – it’s quite simply what people do.  […]

by · 21st August 2017 · Education
Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan on London Live Debate

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan on London Live Debate

On Tuesday 8th August 2017, Parliament Street’s C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan, was a guest panellist, on the pilot episode of London Live Debate. Patrick spoke about the responsibilities social media had to ensure they didn’t host content that could incite gang violence and also, about the rising crime levels in the capital.  

by · 8th August 2017 · Press Room, News
The Road to Westminster with Danny Bowman

The Road to Westminster with Danny Bowman

Parliament Street is proud to announce that, as of September 4th, we will be doing a daily podcast reviewing the news of the day and the newspapers of the day. As a precursor to this, Parliament Street CEO, Patrick Sullivan was joined by mental health campaigner, Danny Bowman to discuss the papers for the morning of August 1st.

by · 1st August 2017 · Podcast, Blog
Parliament Street’s Tim Focas on Talk Radio

Parliament Street’s Tim Focas on Talk Radio

On Thursday 27th July 2017, Parliament Street’s Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas was a guest on the James Whales show on talkradio.co.uk. In a lively interview, Tim defended last year’s vote to leave the Europe and discussed the benefits of Britain being able to control its own borders. Clarification: Parliament Street has no corporate view on Brexit, although the […]

by · 27th July 2017 · Press Room, News