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.
USA Election 2016, a site run by City University, sent a team to cover our election night party. Interviewed in this clip are Patrick Sullivan, CEO of Parliament Street and Daniel Hamilton, Senior Director at FTI Consulting Take a look at their review.
Yahoo News filmed live from our US Election Night Party, and members of our team were interviewed by Yahoo’s Orlando Parfitt.
Parliament Street’s Patrick Sullivan and Nabil Najjar were interviewed by London Live in the lead-up to the announcement of the result of the Presidential Election.
The International Business Times sent a film crew to our US election night party to live stream on Facebook the reactions of our guests as the results came in. The largest of the gatherings happened at Riley’s Sports Bar on Haymarket where the Conservative Progress group and Parliament Street think tank came together to hold a bash until the early […]
Our US Presidential election night party was covered by the Evening Standard: “Parliament Street think tank and new campaign group Conservative Progress hosted 350 guests at Riley’s Sports Bar in Haymarket. Steven George-Hilley, director of Parliament Street think tank, told the Standard: “Our venue is jam packed, spirits are high and there are rumours that it looks like a bad […]
Our election night party has been named as one of the top places in London to watch the election by City AM: Cheer on your favourite candidate as the events unfold across 15 plasma HD TV screens, at this party hosted by the Parliament Street think tank and newly-launched campaign group Conservative Progress. Due to keep going from 9.30pm until […]
Our election night party has been named as one of ‘five places to watch the US election in London’ by Spectator Life: This party hosted by Parliament Street think tank and the newly launched campaign group Conservative Progress will carry the action from America across 15 big screens. The venue will be decked out in US flags and American-themed buffet […]
Thursday 17th November 2016 In his latest column for City A.M., Tim Focas explains why the Autumn Statement won’t help the City solve the enigma of Philip Hammond. Tim Focas is Director of Financial Services and the City of London for Parliament Street. He is responsible for providing research and market commentary on the key issues bridging the City and Westminster. His new column […]
Our election night party has been named as one of the top places in London to watch the election by the Metro: Expect beer, burgers, doughnuts and hot dogs at the Parliament Street and Conservative Progress Election Watch Party from 9.30am to 6am. There’ll have the US election broadcast on 15 screens throughout the night with loads of US […]