Articles by: Tim Focas

BRIEFING PAPER – THE FINAL DAYS

BRIEFING PAPER – THE FINAL DAYS

In a conversational and entertaining new paper, our Chief Executive, Patrick Sullivan provides his thoughts and suggestions for what the Conservative Party should do in the final days of this General Election campaign.

by · 10th December 2019 · Research
Uber must not think it is invulnerable

Uber must not think it is invulnerable

Our Head of External Relations, Elizabeth Anderson argues that TfL was absolutely right to strip Uber of its licence to operate in London. Once again, Transport for London has stripped Uber of its licence to carry passengers in the capital.  This is hardly a surprise – having successfully appealed their 2017 ban, the operator then found itself on a short […]

by · 26th November 2019 · Opinion Editorials, Blog
Human Rights and the Palestinian Territories

Human Rights and the Palestinian Territories

Our Head of External Relations, Elizabeth Anderson discusses our new briefing note written by Charlotte Littlewood and Elizabeth Arif-Fear on Human Rights and the Palestinian Territories. The first letter I ever had published in a national newspaper was my horror at arranged marriages in the middle east – I was 12.  Women’s rights, and especially those in less developed nations […]

by · 25th November 2019 · Foreign Affairs, Blog
BRIEFING NOTE – Human Rights and the Palestinian Territories

BRIEFING NOTE – Human Rights and the Palestinian Territories

Charlotte Littlewood and Elizabeth Arif-Fear have produced a very moving briefing note on the human rights abuses currently taking place in the Palestinian territories.

by · 25th November 2019 · Research
WATCH – Matt Snape discusses gun violence in the United States

WATCH – Matt Snape discusses gun violence in the United States

Saturday 16th November Parliament Street’s Online Editor, Matt Snape was on Pakistan’s international English language news channel, Indus News today discussing gun violence in the United States.

by · 16th November 2019 · Press Room, Blog
Parliament Street on page 2 of the Daily Telegraph

Parliament Street on page 2 of the Daily Telegraph

Parliament Street’s Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Sullivan was quoted on page 2 of the Daily Telegraph today. He was responding to the findings from new research conducted by Parliament Street into database misuse amongst police officers and staff. The article can be read online here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/11/07/police-officers-illicitly-access-police-computers-including/

by · 8th November 2019 · Press Room, News

Boris Johnson takes back control

Our Head of External Relations, Elizabeth Anderson argues that with his new Brexit deal, Boris Johnson has scored a victory for democracy. Two weeks today, there is now just a chance that the UK might actually be focussed enough to fulfil the referendum vote and leave the EU.  Many people have been puzzled by the ongoing assurances from our Prime […]

by · 17th October 2019 · Brussels & Europe, Blog
AUDIO – Patrick Sullivan on Boris Johnson’s new Brexit deal

AUDIO – Patrick Sullivan on Boris Johnson’s new Brexit deal

EXCLUSIVE – Parliament Street Chief Executive Patrick Sullivan was on Indus News earlier today discussing Boris Johnson’s new Brexit Deal.

by · 17th October 2019 · Chairman's Musings, Podcast
Maths Revolution – a Parliament Street paper

Maths Revolution – a Parliament Street paper

Parliament Street has today launched a major new paper criticising the current education system and calling on Oftsed to take a different approach to mathematics. Read the full paper here.

by · 3rd September 2019 · Research
Why banks should start to change their Brexit tune

Why banks should start to change their Brexit tune

Our Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas thinks that the anti-Brexit naysayers in the mainstream media are far too negative when it comes to Britain’s economy. Remember all the Sodom and Gomorrah claims that the UK’s financial sector would go to hell in a hand cart if Britain left the EU with no withdrawal agreement? Yes, that’s a withdrawal agreement, […]

by · 28th August 2019 · Opinion Editorials, Blog