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Revenge pornography – the rising tide of digital harassment

Revenge pornography – the rising tide of digital harassment

A new report on revenge pornography by Parliament Street director of technology, Steven George-Hilley For many of us, social media offers the opportunity to engage with friends and family at the touch of a button. It provides users with a platform to launch a business, to share creative ideas and reach vast global audiences. Unfortunately the ability to instantly upload images and video is not […]

by · 21st October 2015 · Home Affairs, Research
Queen Elizabeth doesn’t deserve this sickening Nazi smear

Queen Elizabeth doesn’t deserve this sickening Nazi smear

At 89 years of age, and after so many decades of dedicated, loyal service to our country and her people, one would think that the magnificent Queen Elizabeth II would be respected and protected by our national media. Saturday’s deeply unpleasant front page splash in The Sun newspaper accompanied by the headline, “Their Royal Heilnesses” is as tasteless as it is unfair to Britain and […]

by · 21st July 2015 · Home Affairs, frontpage
Cameron announces significant shift in approach to combat Islamic extremism

Cameron announces significant shift in approach to combat Islamic extremism

In March, just before the general election, Parliament Street published, ‘A Smart Guide to Government’ and I penned a chapter on ‘Islamic Extremism: The Greatest Threat to Britain’s Future.‘ I made a series of recommendations that I am delighted to see David Cameron announcing today. At midday, in front of British Muslims in Birmingham, David Cameron made his first major […]

by · 20th July 2015 · Home Affairs, frontpage, Blog
London tube strike: it’s time for driverless trains

London tube strike: it’s time for driverless trains

The trade unions may have inflicted short-term suffering on London’s workers and businesses this week, but they have only reminded everyone why it’s time for automated tube services, argues Steven George-Hilley This week, the people of London were once again hit by a Union-organised tube strike, designed to cripple the transport network and inflict maximum suffering on normal working people. […]

by · 12th July 2015 · Home Affairs
It’s clear Labour want to turn communities AGAINST one another

It’s clear Labour want to turn communities AGAINST one another

On the eve of poll, Parliament Street’s Charlotte Kude argues it’s clear that Labour’s strategy is to turn communities against one another for their own electoral benefit  We’ve already seen Labour organise public meetings where men and women are segregated, while at the same time claiming to be feminists. We’ve seen them criticise zero hour contracts while their own MPs employ staff […]

by · 6th May 2015 · Home Affairs, Blog
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General Election 2015 Polling: EVERY vote counts and there is everything to play for

With just one day to go before the British public cast their vote at the ballot box, the ground war is hotting up. James Downes examines the current state of the polls in looking at both vote and seat shares, before outlining the importance of campaigning for the Conservative Party on the final day of the election. The State of the […]

by · 6th May 2015 · Home Affairs
Could a written constitution save the United Kingdom?

Could a written constitution save the United Kingdom?

    Parliament’s Street’s Clare Ambrosino debates whether the time has come for Great Britain to codify its constitution to save the union from being broken up by nationalist parties. There are now only two days to go to the general election and the heat is now well and truly on. David Cameron continues to be the only credible leader […]

by · 5th May 2015 · Home Affairs, Blog
Parliament Street’s response to the Conservative Party’s energy policy

Parliament Street’s response to the Conservative Party’s energy policy

Aisha Vance is Parliament Street’s Director of Energy and Security Today the Conservatives released their manifesto and Parliament Street welcomes most of the energy policies and offers suggestions for others. The Tories say they will: 1. Promote competition to keep energy bills low. Parliament Street welcomes free-market principles applied to energy companies. More competition means energy bills stay low. However, […]

Forget The TV Debates. The Budget Will Decide The Outcome Of The Election.

Forget The TV Debates. The Budget Will Decide The Outcome Of The Election.

Friday, March 13th, 2015 With the polls now oscillating between narrow Labour & Conservative leads, the reality seems to be that both parties are now locked in a dead heat.                                      The build up to this situation has been an interesting one to […]

by · 13th March 2015 · Home Affairs, Economy & Tax, Blog
Further Labour Divide Over Ed Miliband’s SNP Fantasy

Further Labour Divide Over Ed Miliband’s SNP Fantasy

Why vote for a party led by someone that thinks it’s somehow OK for to jump into bed with the SNP ?

by · 12th March 2015 · Home Affairs, Uncategorized