By Yazdan Chowdhury Sir Winston Churchill once said of the nuclear deterrent strategy, ‘Safety will be the sturdy child of terror, and survival of twin brother of annihilation’. This is the fundamental guarantor of UK security and whilst the Prime Minister may have faced a difficult few days in PR terms, the botched missile test last June in Florida should […]
By Sofia Geraghty When we consider the scenes of the last few days, that is the onslaught of predominantly educated middle-class women protesting against Trump whilst Trump informs a crowd of predominantly white working-class Americans that he is moving power to them, it is little surprise that billionaire Trump has gained the unlikely title of ‘man of the people’. A view […]
By Tim Focas “While politics is, on occasions, the place of low skulduggery, it is more often the place for the pursuit of noble causes, and I wish everyone, friend or foe, well. That is that, the end.” Ten years after uttering these poignant final words at the dispatch box, Blair is back! Only this time, he’s fighting a very different war […]
It’s officially official. Donald Trump is now the President of the United States. Many never, ever, would have predicted such a headline one year ago, but the day has come. Obviously, it goes without saying that Donald Trump divides opinions. He’s one of those people that one either loves or hates. Mr Trump’s supporters are passionately behind him and generally believe […]
by Danny Bowman One of my hardest times suffering from a mental illness was at school; a mix between dealing with the tribulations of pre-adulthood and the lack of understanding shown by my peers and teachers. That’s why when I was asked by Altruist Enterprises to speak to students at Cranford Community College, Hounslow in my capacity as mental health […]
This article was originally published in The Huffington Post by the author. No president is perfect. Every president has issues that he must contend with that are serious and define his legacy. Clinton had the economy, Bush had 9/11 and the War on Terror, and the Great Recession. President Obama inherited the War on Terror, the worst recession since the […]
Thursday 22nd December This afternoon, Parliament Street’s mental health spokesman, Danny Bowman was on LBC Talk Radio discussing the implications of too much social media use around the Christmas holidays. You can watch the interview here.
Thursday 22nd December This morning, Parliament Street’s mental health spokesman, Danny Bowman was on BBC Newcastle’s breakfast show discussing the implications of too much social media use around the Christmas holidays. You can watch the interview here.
The Brexit vote on the 23rd June caused a political earthquake in British politics with Leave winning by 52% to 48%. Whilst negotiations between the European Union (EU) and the British Government are still ongoing as to when Brexit will be triggered and what it will look like, less is known about how perceptions towards membership of the EU have […]
Parliament Street’s Mental Health Spokesman, Danny Bowman, is featured in the October issue of Attitude Magazine, talking about his struggle with mental health and making policy recommendations. Digital and print copies of the magazine are out now. To read Danny’s acclaimed report into mental health and body image, click here.