Articles by: Parliament Street

The Sun covers Parliament Street research into Facebook harassment

The Sun covers Parliament Street research into Facebook harassment

Monday 8th May Parliament Street research, which revealed 19,320 incidents of cyber-bullying — including revenge porn and harassment — that were reported to the police in the UK last year, was reported on page 14 of today’s copy of The Sun. The full story can be read here.

by · 8th May 2017 · Press Room
May’s accidental success

May’s accidental success

by Dan Grummitt If the polls are to be believed Prime Minister Theresa May has stumbled upon a winning combination ahead of this General Election. She has captured the votes of most of those who voted leave in the EU Referendum and held on to a significant portion of the more pragmatic remain voters. It is this first block, though, […]

by · 8th May 2017 · Blog
Parliament Street research covered by The Scottish Sun

Parliament Street research covered by The Scottish Sun

Monday 8th May Parliament Street research, which revealed 19,320 incidents of cyber-bullying — including revenge porn and harassment — that were reported to the police in the UK last year, was reported in today’s copy of The Scottish Sun. The full story can be read here or alternatively below:   THROW THE BOOK AT THEM Police step in to nearly 6,300 cyber-bulling […]

by · 8th May 2017 · Press Room
Thomas Lahey writes for Comment Central on the French Presidential Election

Thomas Lahey writes for Comment Central on the French Presidential Election

Saturday 6th May 2017 Our Senior International Correspondent, Thomas Lahey, has written for influential opinion site, Comment Central, about tomorrow’s important French Presidential Election. In his piece, he argues the positive case for voting, Emmanuel Macron. The original piece can be found here. Alternatively, it can be read, below: France stands on a precipice By Thomas Lahey | @LaheyThomas With […]

by · 6th May 2017 · Press Room
Tim Focas speaks to FTSE Global Markets

Tim Focas speaks to FTSE Global Markets

Parliament Street’s Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas was recently interviewed by FTSE Global Markets about recent statements made by former Treasury minister, Nicky Morgan. Morgan had recently told a room full of European financial chiefs that “transitional arrangements would happen” in relation to Britain’s Brexit negotiations. Tim’s interview can be read here or alternatively it is reprinted below: Transitional agreements […]

by · 3rd May 2017 · Press Room
Inspiring the public is the only way to beat complacency

Inspiring the public is the only way to beat complacency

By Elizabeth Anderson The forthcoming general election has been called at a time when the polls show that our new Prime Minister has the highest ratings for forty years.  Projections for Theresa May are good, and this morning even Tony Blair has told Sky News that she is bound to win.   My concern, however, is that in doing so, […]

by · 2nd May 2017 · Blog
“Transitional agreements will happen” Nicky Morgan tells European Financial Chiefs

“Transitional agreements will happen” Nicky Morgan tells European Financial Chiefs

Parliament Street’s Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas, exclusively reports on Nicky Morgan’s comments earlier this week at TradeTech in Paris. Staunch Europhile and former education secretary Nicky Morgan has reassured the European financial sector that there will be EU transitional agreements to avoid the UK economy from falling off a so called “cliff edge”. Speaking exclusively to over 1,000 […]

by · 1st May 2017 · Economy & Tax
Brexiteers beware: May’s election timing points towards an era of transitional agreements

Brexiteers beware: May’s election timing points towards an era of transitional agreements

By Tim Focas Former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau once said that the “essential ingredient of politics is timing”. With less than 24 months to go until Britain official exits from Brussels, one can’t help but feel that the Prime Minister’s snap election is underpinned by her desire to buy herself more time to renegotiate Britain’s new trading relationship with […]

by · 23rd April 2017 · Economy & Tax
BRIEFING PAPER – French Presidential Election

BRIEFING PAPER – French Presidential Election

Parliament Street’s Director for Public Opinion and Polling has produced a timely briefing note before tomorrow’s French Presidential Election first round! French-Presidential-Elections-Briefing

by · 22nd April 2017 · Research
Danny Bowman writes for Comment Central

Danny Bowman writes for Comment Central

Friday 21st April 2017 Our mental health spokesman, Danny Bowman, has written for influential opinion site, Comment Central, about Britain’s silent mental health crisis. The original piece can be read here.   Alternatively, it can be read, below: Tackling Britain’s silent health crisis By Danny Bowman | @DannyBowman10 Irrespective of who wins on 8 June, Britain’s next Prime Minister will […]

by · 21st April 2017 · Press Room