Parliament Street Director Steven George-Hilley appeared on ITV’s Daybreak programme at Conservative Party conference discussing the level of threat posed by UKIP. The interview was one of a number of high profile media slot conducted at party conference by the Parliament Street team. Follow Steven George-Hilley on twitter
On 24 April, we celebrated our first anniversary at Walkers of Whitehall, ,15 Craig’s Court, Whitehall, London, SW1A 2DD
The guest speaker was the Rt Hon Liam Fox MP.
Thank you to every one who attended.
Join the committee plus special guests, where you will be updated on our progress and witness the unveiling of what special events we have planned in Westminster to see us out until the new year.
The first of two events held at the 2012 Conservative Party Conference.
We will be asked the question that was on everybody’s lips: Does UKIP pose a threat to the Conservative Party?
Event hosted by Kensington and Chelsea, and Fulham Conservative Associations and with the London Conservative Future Policy Forum on proposals to reform the House of Lords. Craig Rimmer, Deputy Chairman of Parliament Street, spoke alongside Lord Bethell, Conservative hereditary peer, and Andrew Scott-Taggart, London CF Policy Forum. The event was a friendly but lively debate on the topic.
Our Diamond Jubilee and Launch Party was a great success with just under 100 people attending at St. Stephen’s Club, Westminster. Thank you for everyone who came along and made it a splendid evening.
Craig Rimmer, Deputy Chairman, gave the loyal toast to HM Queen Elizabeth II and then followed with a speech setting out that Parliament Street wishes to attract forward thinking research from its membership base to help the Conservative Party win future elections.
In April we held a screening of the film “Winter Butterfly in Committee Room 15 of the Houses of Parliament. The event was held in association with the North Korean Residents Association as part of the international North Korean Freedom Week.
“Winter Butterfly” is a critically acclaimed film by North Korean defector, Kim Gyoo-min. The film offered a harrowing portrayal of daily life in North Korea using true stories to illustrate the level of desperation and hunger that exists there.
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