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British Values in Schools

British Values in Schools

Our Head of Research, Calvin Robinson argues that our schools have a responsibility to promote British values, in order to unify our society once more   Are we doing all we can to promote British values as a society? A key demographic for this as outlined during the Conservative / Liberal Democrat coalition government of 2010-2015 was to be schools. […]

by · 3rd July 2019 · Education
A Time For Choosing

A Time For Choosing

Our Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Sullivan hopes that before Conservative MPs cast their ballot for who should potentially become our nation’s next Prime Minister, that they have put the candidate they are going to vote for through the 3am test. Before Conservative MPs vote later this afternoon and cast their ballot for who should potentially become our nation’s next Prime […]

by · 18th June 2019 · Opinion Editorials
Tim Focas talks Trump and the Tory Leadership with Express.co.uk

Tim Focas talks Trump and the Tory Leadership with Express.co.uk

 Saturday 15th June 2019 Today, Parliament Street’s Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas was interviewed by Express.co.uk and asked about which Tory Leadership candidate would work best with President Trump. The interview can be found online here.   Alternatively, you can also read the article below:     Tory leadership race: Which Tory leadership candidate would work best with Donald […]

by · 15th June 2019 · Tory Thought, Press Room
Time to get to grips and make a Brexit decision

Time to get to grips and make a Brexit decision

By Elizabeth Anderson, Head of Campaigns for Parliament Street On 23rd June 2016, I like, like many others, went and cast my vote to leave the European Union.  I then tramped off around south east London, where I was the Vote Leave co-ordinator for the area, doing my bit to combat the Government’s Remain propaganda leaflet insisting that the nation […]

by · 5th April 2019 · Brussels & Europe, Blog
Social Media Companies – Take Responsibility and Take Negative Imagery Down #instaNTLY

Social Media Companies – Take Responsibility and Take Negative Imagery Down #instaNTLY

  By Danny Bowman, Head of Campaigns at Parliament Street In the last couple of months, we have heard about horrifying stories relating to the relationship between negative imagery shown on social media and young people’s mental health. The vast wilderness of social media has made it an easy place for negative imagery, videos and other content to exist, the […]

by · 20th March 2019 · Blog
A Plea to Britain – We can bring this country back together again

A Plea to Britain – We can bring this country back together again

    By Danny Bowman, Head of Campaigns at Parliament Street The current climate of division we find ourselves in has many roots and can’t be solved easily. We have seen the last two years cause a division among our citizens; a division between those who voted to remain in the European Union and those who voted to leave. We […]

by · 16th March 2019 · Blog
Why fintech investment is booming “Despite Brexit”

Why fintech investment is booming “Despite Brexit”

Parliament Street Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas, discusses the under-reported Brexit Boom in Fintech and why – despite the media – we should be optimistic about the future! Why is it that whenever there is a smidgen of economic hope, the Westminster elite waste little time claiming it is “despite Brexit”? London’s fizzing fintech sector is a classic case in point. […]

by · 12th March 2019 · Economy & Tax
Tracey Crouch MP Talks Mental Health

Tracey Crouch MP Talks Mental Health

Our Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman sat down with Tracey Crouch MP to discuss her struggle with Anxiety and how mindfulness helped her recover. In addition, they spoke about her time as Sports, Civil Society and Loneliness Minister and her gambling legislation that saw her resign from the government.    

by · 19th February 2019 · Mental Health, Podcast, News, Blog
Is EFTA the solution to the Brexit deadlock?

Is EFTA the solution to the Brexit deadlock?

Instead of paying £39bn to be stuck in a BRINO-Brexit, EFTA offers the best form of transition as we leave the EU. We urgently need to re-evaluate the EFTA route to a meaningful and practicable Brexit, argues Cllr. Dr. Peter Hill As Theresa May pleaded for MPs to unite behind her it was heartening to see them heeding her suggestion […]

by · 6th February 2019 · Opinion Editorials
The Month in Marketing: the Worst an Ad can get?

The Month in Marketing: the Worst an Ad can get?

Tim Focas argues that Gillette made a seismic mistake when they decided to be “woke” and create a distance between the brand and consumer. This is especially ignorant of the company, given a shaving razor is one of the most intimate products a person can own. There are certain moments in life that live with you forever. Personally speaking, my […]

by · 29th January 2019 · Reviews & Arts