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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, Blog
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
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
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
The Moral Case For Trident

The Moral Case For Trident

Peter Cannon argues that there is nothing ethical or moral about gambling with our security and putting future generations at risk.

by · 11th March 2015 · Home Affairs, Defence & War
Views From The Ground: How the Lib Dems Are Damaging Colchester’s Skyline

Views From The Ground: How the Lib Dems Are Damaging Colchester’s Skyline

In this edition of ‘Views From The Ground’, Parliament Street hears from Darius Laws. Darius is a director, cinematographer and Conservative Party activist from Colchester, Essex. He argues that the local Liberal Democrats are ruining all hopes of reviving one of Colchester’s most memorable landmarks.  It’s about time that Bob Russell,the Lib Dem Member of Parliament for Colchester, gave up […]

by and · 4th March 2015 · Home Affairs, Blog
Ed Miliband is far from Labour’s only problem

Ed Miliband is far from Labour’s only problem

Matt Gass takes a look at why Labour’s problems go beyond white vans, pink vans and Milibands.

by · 26th February 2015 · Home Affairs
Things are speeding up: 4 out of 5 UK properties now have access to superfast broadband – Parliament Street

Things are speeding up: 4 out of 5 UK properties now have access to superfast broadband – Parliament Street

Parliament Streets Director of Environment and Rural Affairs, Sarah-Jane Sewell, discusses the good news about superfast rural broadband. Have you and two or more other people in your rural home all tried to watch something different on Netflix or youtube, on your individual devices, at the same time? If the answer is yes, then the key verb in the question […]

Ed Miliband: the man who hates British business

Ed Miliband: the man who hates British business

Parliament Street’s Head of Policy, Clare George- Hilley, argues that there are two clear choices ahead of the general election: The Conservative Party’s long-term economic plan, or Ed Miliband and the Labour Party’s short-term economic sham.   Labour’s decision to declare war on some of Britain’s most successful businesses is a reminder that Ed Miliband isn’t fit to be leader of the […]