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The Equalisation of Mental Health Systems is Vital to Deal with the Impact of Covid-19′.

The Equalisation of Mental Health Systems is Vital to Deal with the Impact of Covid-19′.

By Danny Bowman, Head of Campaigns The current global pandemic is the largest public health emergency of the last 100 years, with the Covid-19 virus infecting over 26 million and sadly taking the lives of 900,000 people across the globe.  The virus continues to pose an exponential threat to the physical health of millions and plans to deal with a […]

by · 21st September 2020 · Mental Health
New Research on Community Mental Health Provision in England

New Research on Community Mental Health Provision in England

Parliament Street is pleased to announce the publication of A Quantitative Analysis of Community Mental Health Provision in England During Covid-19 and the Subsequent Impact on the Police This research from Danny Bowman, Head of Campaigns at Parliament Street examines the accessibility of community mental health provision at the height of the pandemic (April 2020) and how the level of access to services […]

by · 1st September 2020 · Research
Patrick Sullivan speaks to UK regional news site Bdaily News about the “Eat Out to Help Out”

Patrick Sullivan speaks to UK regional news site Bdaily News about the “Eat Out to Help Out”

Earlier today, Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan spoke to UK regional news site Bdaily News about the U.K. government’s “Eat Out to Help Out” scheme. He told Bdaily News, “This is creative thinking from an ambitious Chancellor and I congratulate the government for this key policy that will help stimulate economic growth.” The Bdaily News article can be read here.

by · 8th July 2020 · Press Room, Blog
Can the Boris government really avoid Austerity the sequel?

Can the Boris government really avoid Austerity the sequel?

Parliament Street’s Director of Financial Services Tim Focas has written a new opinion piece published by City A.M. asking whether Boris Johnson’s government can avoid a post-Coronavirus return to austerity. Read the article here. Or alternatively you can read the text below:- There is still a widespread view that austerity at the start of the last decade was somehow a […]

by · 8th June 2020 · Press Room, Blog
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
BRIEFING NOTE: Minding the Pandemic – The Second Week

BRIEFING NOTE: Minding the Pandemic – The Second Week

Our Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman reflects on his personal experience of the second week of the lockdown and the subsequent impact on his mental health. He is writing a briefing note on this for each week of the lockdown.

by · 8th April 2020 · Research
NEW RESEARCH: Covid-19 and the Isolation Nation

NEW RESEARCH: Covid-19 and the Isolation Nation

Our new report examines the challenges facing UK businesses during the Covid-19 crisis.

by · 1st April 2020 · Research
BRIEFING NOTE – Minding the Pandemic: The First Week

BRIEFING NOTE – Minding the Pandemic: The First Week

Our Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman reflects on his personal experience of the first week of the lockdown and the subsequent impact on his mental health. He will be doing this for each week during the lockdown.

by · 31st March 2020 · Research