Research

Calvin Robinson – Head of Research

Calvin Robinson – Head of Research

Calvin spent 7 years in the tech industry before becoming a teacher, with experience in development, project management, and even a stint as a YouTuber on Disney’s Yogscast network. Retraining as a Computer Science teacher with the introduction of coding on the National Curriculum. Calvin saw to have a part in filling the digital skills deficit currently facing the UK.  […]

by · 10th April 2019 · Research Team
Naomi Ferguson – Director of Wellness and Wellbeing

Naomi Ferguson – Director of Wellness and Wellbeing

Naomi obtained political experience in Westminster while completing her BA (Hons) degree in Religion, Politics and Society at King’s College London. She has worked in several industries in addition to politics, including interior design, luxury travel, road haulage, ski/snow sport and hospitality. Having worked in several areas of politics including in the offices of MPs, on area specific campaigns and […]

by · 10th April 2019 · Research Team
NEW RESEARCH – Policing, Caring and Treating the Effects of a Mental Health Crisis

NEW RESEARCH – Policing, Caring and Treating the Effects of a Mental Health Crisis

In a brand new research paper, Parliament Street’s Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman analyses the current relationship between public services and Mental Health in the United Kingdom. The research paper also provides recommendations to government going forward. Read the paper here: Policing, Caring and Treating the Effects of a Mental Health Crisis

by · 8th April 2019 · Research
NEW RESEARCH – Waste Watchers for Waste Management

NEW RESEARCH – Waste Watchers for Waste Management

In a brand new research paper for Parliament Street, Elizabeth Anderson suggests ways where local authorities can make budget savings, through cutting local government waste, thus removing the need to save money through reducing refuse collections. Read the paper here : Waste Watchers for Waste Disposal  

by · 4th February 2019 · Research
NEW RESEARCH – Drones 4 U: Public Perceptions of Security Threats

NEW RESEARCH – Drones 4 U: Public Perceptions of Security Threats

In a ground breaking new report into public opinion on the future use of Drones; our research team can reveal that, as many as, one third of the Britons, back a total ban on drones. Read the full paper here: Drones Report

by · 24th January 2019 · Research
BRIEFING PAPER – What Carrying a House in the Jungle Taught Me about Community

BRIEFING PAPER – What Carrying a House in the Jungle Taught Me about Community

In a brand new briefing paper for Parliament Street, leading business strategist, Dean Russell discusses what he learnt, during his recent time doing volunteer work in the Philippines, and how those lesson apply to the UK . Read the briefing paper: What Carrying a House in the Jungle Taught Me about Community

by · 25th December 2018 · Research
NEW RESEARCH – Making Paying Taxes, Less Taxing

NEW RESEARCH – Making Paying Taxes, Less Taxing

Today, Parliament Street publishes a radical new policy paper arguing that the UK tax system is so complicated that its broken. Our Director of Policy, Cllr. Dr. Peter Hill, the report’s author, argues that the current UK tax system is rigged in favour of large multinational companies such as Google, Amazon and Starbucks. These companies have been able to play […]

by · 15th December 2018 · Research
NEW RESEARCH – Hack Attack: Police Under Pressure

NEW RESEARCH – Hack Attack: Police Under Pressure

The Parliament Street think tank has released new research revealing a sharp rise in hacks on social media accounts and the email addresses of business users. Please our full report here and detailed police hacking notes.

by · 3rd December 2018 · Research
BRIEFING PAPER – 2018 U.S. Midterm Elections

BRIEFING PAPER – 2018 U.S. Midterm Elections

Kevin Brown provide us with  a briefing paper into the 2020 U.S. midterm elections, showing that rather than being a harbinger of doom for President Trump, the results show a clear path to his reelection in 2020. Read his paper here: Analyzing the Midterm Election for 2020 briefing

by · 20th November 2018 · Research
NEW RESEARCH: Data Security and NHS Patient Records

NEW RESEARCH: Data Security and NHS Patient Records

Our brand new report into data security in the National Health Service (NHS) reveals that nearly 10,000 patient records were lost by the NHS last year. The report has appeared in both The Times and The Daily Mail this morning. Cybersecurity experts warned that the records could be stolen and traded on the Dark Web. Read the full report and […]

by · 20th August 2018 · Research, Blog