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Twice the good, less than half the price

Twice the good, less than half the price

Our Head of Campaigns, Elizabeth Anderson writes about why you should consider buying some of your Christmas presents from charity shops. Imagine if every Christmas present you bought could do twice the good?  That’s exactly what our campaign for a charity shop Christmas hopes to bring about. Charity shops offer a whole world of quirky, unique gift opportunities which are […]

by · 15th December 2018 · Opinion Editorials
Researching from the Background

Researching from the Background

Our Founder and Chairman Patrick Sullivan takes a personal look at the lessons he has learnt, and delivers a few anecdotes, on what he has learnt in throughout his decade and a half involvement as an Andy Millman-esqe Extra in the background witnessing the Game of Politics being played and  as he starts regularly reporting for The Commentator, why it […]

by · 5th November 2018 · Chairman's Musings, Opinion Editorials
The People’s Vote: Labour’s October Surprise?

The People’s Vote: Labour’s October Surprise?

Pressure is mounting on Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour leadership to embrace a People’s Vote; if they do it would be a game changer, argues Patrick Sullivan This weekend the Cooperative (Co-op) Party held its annual conference in Brighton, branded “Cooperatives Unleashed”. The Co-op Party is a sister party to the Labour Party and there are currently 37 Labour (Co-op) […]

by · 17th October 2018 · Chairman's Musings, Commentary, Blog
Empowering a data literate society

Empowering a data literate society

By Clare Ambrosino, President of Parliament Street In today’s Fourth Industrial Revolution, data is key to unlocking new insights, ideas and possibilities. But experts estimate that only one-third of us can confidently understand, analyse and argue with data, so there aren’t enough people with the expertise to manage, interpret and create value from it. For public and private sector organisations […]

by · 17th October 2018 · Opinion Editorials, Tech Frontiers
Nursing the Unhealthy Side-Effects of Brexit

Nursing the Unhealthy Side-Effects of Brexit

By Danny Bowman, Director of Mental Health This is the final of six blog posts looking at innovative ways in which we can reform and improve healthcare in the United Kingdom. When we think of healthcare in the United Kingdom, it would be a surprise if every citizen didn’t immediately think of the three words that have defined our approach […]

by · 1st October 2018 · Blog
How to Depoliticise Health

How to Depoliticise Health

By Danny Bowman, Director of Mental Health This is the fifth of six blog posts looking at innovative ways in which we can reform and improve healthcare in the United Kingdom. When we think of healthcare in the United Kingdom, it would be a surprise if every citizen didn’t immediately think of the three words that have defined our approach […]

by · 27th September 2018 · Blog
How can we make the digitisation of the NHS hAPPen?

How can we make the digitisation of the NHS hAPPen?

This is the fourth of six blog posts looking at innovative ways in which we can reform and improve healthcare in the United Kingdom. When we think of healthcare in the United Kingdom, it would be a surprise if every citizen didn’t immediately think of the three words that have defined our approach to health for 70 years; National Health […]

by · 20th September 2018 · Blog
How Employers Can Play a Role in Healthcare?

How Employers Can Play a Role in Healthcare?

This is the third of six blog posts looking at innovative ways in which we can reform and improve healthcare in the United Kingdom. When we think of healthcare in the United Kingdom, it would be a surprise if every citizen didn’t immediately think of the three words that have defined our approach to health for 70 years; National Health […]

by · 11th September 2018 · Blog
#NoGoveZone – A legacy of lasting harm

#NoGoveZone – A legacy of lasting harm

Michael Gove is a man who it is hard not to have opinion about and here at Parliament Street, opinions are certainly divided. So for this Monday’s watercooler debate, we are discussing whether Mr. Gove is the standout talent of this government or whether he is simply too clever for his own good. In this article our Head of Policy, […]

by · 4th September 2018 · Opinion Editorials, Blog
#GoGove – A leader for change

#GoGove – A leader for change

Michael Gove is a man who it is hard not to have opinion about and here at Parliament Street, opinions are certainly divided. So for this Monday’s watercooler debate, we are discussing whether Mr. Gove is the standout talent of this government or whether he is simply too clever for his own good. In this article our Head of Campaigns, […]

by · 4th September 2018 · Opinion Editorials, Blog