Post Tagged with: "Brexit"

The People’s Vote: Labour’s October Surprise?

The People’s Vote: Labour’s October Surprise?

Pressure is mounting on Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour leadership to embrace a People’s Vote; if they do it would be a game changer, argues Patrick Sullivan This weekend the Cooperative (Co-op) Party held its annual conference in Brighton, branded “Cooperatives Unleashed”. The Co-op Party is a sister party to the Labour Party and there are currently 37 Labour (Co-op) […]

by · 17th October 2018 · Chairman's Musings, Commentary, Blog
Dr. Peter Hill discusses Brexit and Housing on London Live Debate

Dr. Peter Hill discusses Brexit and Housing on London Live Debate

Review by Cllr. Dr. Peter Hill – Director of Policy, Parliament Street On 16th September, I appeared on the London Live Debate discussing the Bank of England Governor’s recent comments regarding the effect of Brexit on London house prices. On the Panel was myself, Andrew Boff (Member of the GLA and potential Conservative Mayor of London candidate) and Melanie Clear, […]

by · 16th September 2018 · Press Room, News
EXPRESS EXCLUSIVE: Focas warns EU chiefs that Brussels will face catastrophic financial consequences if they force a NO-DEAL Brexit

EXPRESS EXCLUSIVE: Focas warns EU chiefs that Brussels will face catastrophic financial consequences if they force a NO-DEAL Brexit

Thursday 23rd August, 2018 Earlier today, Express.co.uk published an exclusive and prescient interview with Parliament Street’s Director of Financial Services and the City of London, Tim Focas. In the interview, which featured prominently on the site’s homepage all day, Tim had words of warning for arrogant EU commissioners, looking to punish Great Britain for daring to vote Brexit; a NO-DEAL […]

by · 23rd August 2018 · Press Room
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
Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan discusses the Summer of Boris on London Live News

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan discusses the Summer of Boris on London Live News

Friday 20th July  Today, Patrick Sullivan, Chief Executive of Parliament Street, appeared on London Live News to give his expert political analysis, discussing why this Summer, the headlines would be dominated by the recently liberated, former Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson. Watch the interview here.    

by · 20th July 2018 · Press Room, News
Brexit ready: UK law prepares for leaving date

Brexit ready: UK law prepares for leaving date

Parliament Street’s Head of Campaigns, Elizabeth Anderson writes about how the passage of the EU Withdrawal Act is an important step on the road to Brexit. It’s been a long time coming, and finally, almost exactly two years after the Brexit Referendum, the law has changed in a massive milestone for the country as we prepare to exit the European […]

by · 23rd June 2018 · Tory Thought, Blog
Tim Focas writes for FTSE Global Markets

Tim Focas writes for FTSE Global Markets

Monday 22nd January Today, our Director of Financial Services and the City of London, Tim Focas, wrote an opinion editorial for FTSE Global Markets. In the editorial, Mr. Focas argues that London’s fintech investment boom will be boosted by Brexit, not hindered by it.   You can read the original article either here or below: ” London’s fintech investment boom […]

by · 22nd January 2018 · Press Room, Blog
Angela Merkel delivers her election night victory remarks to supporters in Berlin.

Four More Years

As expected, really, Angela Merkel has been elected to a fourth term to serve as Chancellor following the federal election in Germany on Sunday. What was unexpected, however, was the significant drop in support for her CDU at the polls and the level of support (13% nationally) the Alternativ für Deutschland (AfD) received at Ms Merkel’s detriment. Germany enters a period […]

by · 29th September 2017 · Blog
Demontrators from pro-EU group Open Britain protest outside of the Houses of Parliament in central London on March 29, 2017. British Prime Minister Theresa May will formally launch Brexit today after signing the letter to begin the country's departure from the European Union. AFP PHOTO / Justin TALLISJUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images

EU Nationals in the UK Face the Same Dilemma as DREAMERs

If you’re an EU citizen living and working in the UK right now, you probably have a lot of questions regarding your future status in your host country. You’re unsure about your access to healthcare, about your ability to work, and worst of all, whether you’ll be deported back to your country of origin. Cue the DREAMERs. The political and legal […]

by · 7th September 2017 · Blog
Macron Meets Merkel, German Elections and European Reaction

Macron Meets Merkel, German Elections and European Reaction

Emmanuel Macron was inaugurated as the new President of France on Sunday, as Europe prepares for a new Franco-German partnership to strengthen the Union. With Berlin as the new President’s first destination as head of state, Macron’s intentions are clear: get support from Europe’s most powerful leader for Union-wide reforms on areas such as labour reforms, unemployment insurance and bond […]

by · 15th May 2017 · Brussels & Europe, Blog