Research

@Parliament: : the failure of MPs to connect on Twitter

@Parliament: : the failure of MPs to connect on Twitter

In this first original piece of research commissioned by Parliament Street, we uncover new ways of allowing backbench MPs to successfully engage with their voters through Twitter. Including a report on best practice by Councillor Paul Deach of Surrey Heath Borough Council, a noted champion and successful user of social media. Read the report (pdf)

by · 7th October 2012 · Research
Report urges MPs to brush up on Twitter skills and become ‘real time’ politicians

Report urges MPs to brush up on Twitter skills and become ‘real time’ politicians

Report urges elected representatives to utilise social to media break down the barrier between Parliament and the electorate

by · 7th October 2012 · Tech Frontiers, Research
New Research from Parliament Street – UK schools need a radical technology strategy

New Research from Parliament Street – UK schools need a radical technology strategy

Steven George-Hilley writes about how technology can transform education.

by · 26th September 2012 · Tech Frontiers, Research
Accelerating the government SMB agenda

Accelerating the government SMB agenda

Steven George-Hilley writes about the government’s agenda for small and medium businesses at Channel Web Read more Steven George-Hilley at The News Hub Steven George-Hilley at Civil Society

by · 25th September 2012 · Research
Towards A Big Open Source Society

Towards A Big Open Source Society

Writing for Business Computing World, Steven George-Hilley argues that the Government should champion Open Source IT. “It’s clear that the Government is taking a step in the right direction when it comes to open source, as the groundwork has been prepared for a radical acceleration of adoption across the public sector. As a nation, we still lag miserably behind countries […]

by · 17th September 2012 · Research
Devolution or evolution? A new strategy for saving the Union

Devolution or evolution? A new strategy for saving the Union

In this paper, our Head of Research, Oliver Lewis argues that the present system of devolution is flawed, and argues for the creation of a federal United Kingdom. with a foreword by Murdo Fraser MSP Read the report (PDF)

by · 31st May 2012 · Research