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Get Well Soon Boris!

Get Well Soon Boris!

The thoughts and prayers of everyone at Parliament Street are with Boris Johnson and his family tonight. The entire nation is praying that the Prime Minister makes a speedy recovery and is soon back and buoyant in 10 Downing Street. #GetWellBoris #PrayForBoris

by · 6th April 2020 · frontpage
Naomi Ferguson on BBC Radio 4 Farming Today

Naomi Ferguson on BBC Radio 4 Farming Today

Our director Naomi Ferguson appeared on BBC Radio 4 Farming Today to discuss her new research paper entitled, “Sustaining the Heartland: Challenges of rural communities, farming and agriculture”.

by · 21st August 2019 · News, frontpage
GREEN CAPITALISM

GREEN CAPITALISM

In a groundbreaking new research paper Parliament Street Director of Policy and Professorial Research Fellow, Dr. Peter Hill and Parliament Street Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Sullivan offer a centre-right alternative to the red environmentalist policies of the Green New Deal. It is time for Green Capitalism.

by · 24th July 2019 · frontpage, Research, Blog
Parliament Street a Signatory on Letter to The Guardian Calling for MPs to Have Six Months’ Parental Leave

Parliament Street a Signatory on Letter to The Guardian Calling for MPs to Have Six Months’ Parental Leave

 Wednesday 26th June 2019 Today, Patrick Sullivan, C.E.O. and Chairman of Parliament Street, on behalf of the entire organisation, signed an open letter to The Guardian calling for MPs to have six months’ parental leave without delay. Parliament Street signed the letter as part of an alliance of charities and campaigners who believe the current process, in relation to, parental and adoption […]

by · 26th June 2019 · Press Room, News, frontpage
Stephen Lawrence Day: The Stephen I Knew

Stephen Lawrence Day: The Stephen I Knew

26 years on from the brutal murder of 18 year old Stephen Lawrence, his friend, Duwayne Brooks talks to Patrick Sullivan about his memories of Stephen and why the legacy of what happened must never be forgotten. Today is the first annual Stephen Lawrence Day and marks 26 years since the teenager was stabbed to death in a racially motivated […]

by · 22nd April 2019 · frontpage
Danny Bowman – The Reality of Growing Up and Living with OCD

Danny Bowman – The Reality of Growing Up and Living with OCD

Anyone who has experienced Obsessional Compulsive Disorder, whether they are a directly suffering from the illness, or a family member or friend witnessing the condition will know of how debilitating and cruel it is. After interviewing the brilliant Johnny Mercer MP last year, I felt inspired to dispel some of the myths associated with OCD and tell the trauma’s it […]

by · 13th January 2019 · Mental Health, frontpage
Why Schools Can Play an Important Role in Young People’s Health

Why Schools Can Play an Important Role in Young People’s Health

  By Danny Bowman, Director of Mental Health This is the first 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 […]

by · 28th August 2018 · Mental Health, frontpage
NEW RESEARCH: Retail Revolution

NEW RESEARCH: Retail Revolution

Today the Parliament Street Research Team has released a new policy paper into the impact of Brexit on high street stores and retail prices. Our findings have already been reported on, in national online newspaper The Independent. Reach the full report here: Retail Revolution Report 

by · 16th August 2018 · frontpage, Research
GDPR: The Impact on Government

GDPR: The Impact on Government

Parliament Street’s latest report examines the impact the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will have on central government. Our research team have discovered that the Department for Work and Pensions is spending nearly £15m preparing for the regulation, whilst the Department for Transport, Treasury and Ministry of Justice are spending between £500K and £200K to prepare. Read the report […]

by · 26th April 2018 · frontpage, Research, Blog
OPINION EDITORIAL – THE CASE FOR FAIRNESS

OPINION EDITORIAL – THE CASE FOR FAIRNESS

Reading a biography of Lord Michael Heseltine is like reading a history book of post-War Britain. His contribution as a Member of Parliament from 1966 to 2001, leading roles in the Government of Thatcher and Major, and rising to the rank of Deputy Prime Minister, are all worthy of note and praise. His views on Brexit have been perfectly acceptable […]

by · 29th December 2017 · frontpage