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The Sun reports on Parliament Street uncovering a ‘free’ Cadbury’s hamper scam on Facebook

The Sun reports on Parliament Street uncovering a ‘free’ Cadbury’s hamper scam on Facebook

Monday 9th November 2020 Today, The Sun reported on Parliament Street uncovering an an unscrupulous scam competition offering free chocolate. Read the article here, or alternatively the text of it can be read below: CHOC HORROR: Warning over ‘free’ Cadbury’s hamper scam on Facebook that steals your bank details CHOCOLATE fans are being warned about a Cadbury scam on Facebook […]

by · 9th November 2020 · Press Room, News
Daily Mirror reports on Parliament Street uncovering a fake Cadbury’s Facebook scam

Daily Mirror reports on Parliament Street uncovering a fake Cadbury’s Facebook scam

Monday 9th November 2020 Today, the Daily Mirror reported on Parliament Street uncovering an an unscrupulous scam competition offering free chocolate. Read the article here, or alternatively the text of it is below: ‘Free’ Cadbury’s chocolate hamper warning as thousands of sweet-toothed Brits tricked The idea of a hamper of free Twirls, Curly Wurlys and Dairy Milk bars is is […]

by · 9th November 2020 · Press Room, News
Parliament Street C.E.O. speaks to Express.co.uk

Parliament Street C.E.O. speaks to Express.co.uk

Sunday 1st November 2020 In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, Patrick Sullivan, chief executive of the Parliament Street think tank, criticised Members of the House of Lords for using their “unelected power” to try and thwart historic democratic decisions. The article can be read here, or alternative the text of the article can be read below: Shut it down, Boris! […]

by · 1st November 2020 · Press Room, News
New Statesman reports on Parliament Street “Zoom” research

New Statesman reports on Parliament Street “Zoom” research

Thursday 21st May 2020 The New Statesman has reported on new Parliament Street research revealing that 731 Zoom licences have been purchased by Whitehall bosses since the start of the Coronavirus crisis, with the Ministry of Defence driving most of the procurement. The New Statesman article can be read here.

by · 21st May 2020 · Press Room, News
Government departments bought hundreds of Zoom licences despite security fears over video meeting app

Government departments bought hundreds of Zoom licences despite security fears over video meeting app

Thursday 21st May 2020 The Daily Mirror reports today on new Parliament Street research which reveals that Civil Service chiefs have ordered a total of 731 Zoom licences since the COVID-19 outbreak began. 550 of these are for the Ministry of Defence. This is despite Whitehall bosses having been warned by the National Cyber Security Centre, part of intelligence agency […]

by · 21st May 2020 · Press Room, News
TV – Imogen Payter discusses the coronavirus and immunity passports

TV – Imogen Payter discusses the coronavirus and immunity passports

On Tuesday 7th April 2020, Parliament Street’s Imogen Payter appeared on Pakistan’s English language news channel, Indus News to discuss the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

by · 8th April 2020 · Press Room, News
Parliament Street in the Daily Mail

Parliament Street in the Daily Mail

New Parliament Street research into the use of social media by the criminal underworld was covered in the Daily Mail today. You can read the article online here: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7853389/Essex-fraudster-run-Dubai-taunts-UK-authorities-Instagram-brags.html

by · 6th January 2020 · Press Room, News
ITProPortal covers Parliament Street research

ITProPortal covers Parliament Street research

ITProPortal, one of the UK’s leading and most respected technology information resources, today reported on new Parliament Street research into policing and device security. We found that despite the police working on finding stolen devices, many forces have their own devices stolen every now and then. Our research found 2,600 mobile phones and other tech gear was reported stolen in […]

by · 23rd December 2019 · Press Room, News
Parliament Street on page 2 of the Daily Telegraph

Parliament Street on page 2 of the Daily Telegraph

Parliament Street’s Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Sullivan was quoted on page 2 of the Daily Telegraph today. He was responding to the findings from new research conducted by Parliament Street into database misuse amongst police officers and staff. The article can be read online here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/11/07/police-officers-illicitly-access-police-computers-including/

by · 8th November 2019 · Press Room, News
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