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10 reasons why you should vote Conservative on 7th May

10 reasons why you should vote Conservative on 7th May

by and · 6th May 2015 · Blog
“We need someone who will fight for London” Deputy Mayor of London Victoria Borwick on Mayoral election

“We need someone who will fight for London” Deputy Mayor of London Victoria Borwick on Mayoral election

Victoria Borwick is Deputy Mayor of London. In this interview, she gives Parliament Street’s Charlotte Kude her prospects for London seats in the general election and for the upcoming mayoral election. CK: From your experience as Deputy Mayor of London, what are the biggest issues that the city is facing at the moment? VB: “I think the main thing is that people […]

by · 10th February 2015 · News, Economy & Tax
Forget the bacon sandwich, Ed Miliband has had his chips

Forget the bacon sandwich, Ed Miliband has had his chips

Parliament Street’s Steven George-Hilley discusses Labour’s chaotic campaign and its implications for Ed Miliband  This morning’s papers are stuffed with criticism and negative briefings against Labour leader Ed Miliband, not from the opposition, but from his own side. The latest round of attacks on Labour’s chaotic election campaign come following a series of questionable policy announcements on the National Health […]

by · 1st February 2015 · Commentary
Can UKIP become a ‘Major Force’ in British Politics?

Can UKIP become a ‘Major Force’ in British Politics?

With Clacton and Rochester going purple, Farage’s Army giving Labour the scare in Heywood & Middleton and the upcoming 2015 British General Election, James Downes and Joshua Townsley writing exclusively for Parliament Street, argue that UKIP still face significant institutional obstacles if they want to become a major force in British politics.

by · 7th January 2015 · Research