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Talking About My Generation

Talking About My Generation

Monday 9th August 2021 by Patrick Sullivan, Chairman and Chief Executive of Parliament Street The late Washington Post columnist, Charles Krauthammer, once claimed that we come to look upon the 1990s as a “holiday from history”. I believe he was right. My childhood was lived in the nineties, which I consider a blessing. For all of my adult life history has been moving at […]

by · 9th August 2021 · Chairman's Musings, Blog
My Story

My Story

Saturday 7th August 2021 by Patrick Sullivan, Chairman and Chief Executive of Parliament Street I knew this pandemic was coming before most. I published my first article on the coronavirus on 29th February 2020. I published a paper State of Emergency on 16th March 2020. In June 2020 I complied a video briefing on the need to prepare for a second wave. In many ways, I […]

by · 7th August 2021 · Chairman's Musings, Blog
New Progressives

New Progressives

Tuesday 1st June 2021 by Patrick Sullivan, Chairman and Chief Executive of Parliament Street “The language of party is eloquent and famous for being grand at illustration; but it is equally well known that much of it gives humble ideas of the speaker, probably because of the naughty temper party is prone to; which, whilst endowing it with vehemence, lessens […]

by · 1st June 2021 · Chairman's Musings, Blog
THE ONCE AND FUTURE PRESIDENT

THE ONCE AND FUTURE PRESIDENT

Wednesday 26th May 2021 by Patrick Sullivan, Chairman and Chief Executive of Parliament Street “Yet some men say in many parts of England that King Arthur is not dead, but had by the will of our Lord Jesu into another place; and men say that he shall come again, and he shall win the holy cross. I will not say […]

by · 26th May 2021 · Chairman's Musings, Blog
Boris vs Alexander

Boris vs Alexander

Monday 10th May 2021 by Patrick Sullivan, Chairman and Chief Executive of Parliament Street “The Lion thought it might be as well to frighten the Wizard, so he gave a large, loud roar, which was so fierce and dreadful that Toto jumped away from him in alarm and tipped over the screen that stood in a corner. As it fell […]

by · 10th May 2021 · Chairman's Musings, Blog
UK has an opportunity to reshape lobbying regulation

UK has an opportunity to reshape lobbying regulation

Monday 19th April 2021 by Patrick Sullivan, Chairman and Chief Executive of Parliament Street Corruption has played little part in British politics. In the years following our joining the “Common Market”/ European Union, British politics was not bereft of scandal entirely in the grand scheme of things; they were pretty small fry compared to some of the major corruption scandal […]

by · 19th April 2021 · Chairman's Musings, Blog
New Report: The Rise of Cryptocurrency

New Report: The Rise of Cryptocurrency

A new report prepared by Patrick Sullivan, CEO of Parliament Street examines the growing trend of cryptocurrency investment is launched today. It includes exclusive polling of 2,000 UK investors about their plans for saving and investing for the year ahead. Read the Parliament Street Great Cryptocurrency Report here.

by · 10th March 2021 · Blog
Budget 2021: Back skills say tech industry leaders

Budget 2021: Back skills say tech industry leaders

Business chiefs and IT professionals have called for the government to underline its commitment to cyber skills, digital empowerment and support for workers to improve their IT capabilities, ahead of Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Covid-19 recovery budget. Patrick Sullivan writes. As Chancellor Rishi Sunak prepares to deliver a budget like no other, key figures in the technology landscape have spoken to […]

by · 2nd March 2021 · Economy & Tax, Blog
Elon Musk and the meteoric rise of Bitcoin

Elon Musk and the meteoric rise of Bitcoin

In a turbulent week whereby a billionaire sent the price of Bitcoin surging Patrick Sullivan examines the implications for the credibility of cryptocurrency and the watershed moment whereby investment in crypto became a mainstream practice. The price of bitcoin rocketed on Monday after Elon Musk, the entrepreneur and billionaire Tesla CEO, publicly announced that he was a ‘supporter’ of the […]

by · 2nd February 2021 · Opinion Editorials, Blog
Divided Government, Civil Unity

Divided Government, Civil Unity

Today marks the third day since the US Presidential Election and we are still waiting for the winner. With a divided government looking increasingly likely, America needs a President that can bring the country together, writes Parliament Street C.E.O., Patrick Sullivan.  Politics is always in perpetual motion. This means that while the rest of us are trying to catch up […]

by · 6th November 2020 · US Politics, Blog