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Me, Myself and AI

Me, Myself and AI

The rapid rise of technology means that, for the first time in human history, the future we face is indeed uncertain. The technologically driven “fourth industrial revolution” is happening around us, whether we like it or not. Artificial intelligence (AI) is set to be at the centre of the revolution, and the choices we make now, from government policy to business planning, […]

by · 29th September 2017 · Access to Technology, Blog
HealthTech ‘critical’ to the future of the NHS

HealthTech ‘critical’ to the future of the NHS

Parliament Street debate on the role of digital technologies in the NHS includes leading figures from the world of HealthTech including Mark Kelly from PushDoctor.co.uk and Rajiv Sethi, from the Faculty of Digial Health Leading figures from the world of technology consultancy have called on the National Health Service (NHS) to modernise its systems in order to provide more cost […]

by · 21st September 2017 · Access to Technology, Blog
Tech director Steve George-Hilley announces digital agenda

Tech director Steve George-Hilley announces digital agenda

Parliament Street’s technology director Steve George-Hilley today announces a new programme of digital themes the think tank will explore in the New Year. The new initiative is designed to elevate the think tank’s already extensive capabilities as a leading in technology policy development, building on established work around social media, mobility, data security and device theft. “Tech now sits at […]

by · 20th December 2016 · Access to Technology
Parliament Street in The Evening Standard

Parliament Street in The Evening Standard

Parliament Street has appeared in today’s Evening Standard newspaper, commenting on the sharp rise in crimes associated with Pokemon Go application.  The research was conducted by the think tank’s director of technology, Steven George-Hilley. Figures obtained by Parliament Street revealed that 11 crimes connected to the popular game in a period of just over three weeks. They include several cases […]

by · 30th August 2016 · Press Room
May the regulatory force be with fund managers in 2016

May the regulatory force be with fund managers in 2016

With Star Wars: The Force Awakens breaking box office records, Tim Focas, director of financial services at a leading City think tank, provides a financial markets take on the franchise we all know and love. As fund managers across Europe continue to Sith through the MiFID II technical standards, the below provides a lighter take on the seemingly never ending […]

by · 27th February 2016 · Economy & Tax
Clare George-Hilley – Head of Research

Clare George-Hilley – Head of Research

Clare George-Hilley joined Parliament Street shortly after its inception in 2012 and manages Parliament Street’s various campaigns. Clare also leads Parliament Street’s Research Council and doubles up as our Director of Communities and Social Justice. She is a former Councillor in the London Borough of Croydon. Clare has a passion for international aid projects, supporting African countries with volunteer work in Kenya, […]

by · 21st September 2015 · Management Bureau, Research council
Parliament Street Book Launch

Parliament Street Book Launch

Parliament Street will tonight officially launch its new book entitled ‘Smart Government’. Smart Government contains contributions from several leading political figures including former defence secretary Liam Fox. Key topics explore include immigration, technology and its impact on public services, housing and fracking. Liam Fox, who provided the foreword to the book will address attendees at the launch party this evening in […]

by · 25th March 2015 · Blog
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
Patrick Sullivan – Chief Executive Officer

Patrick Sullivan – Chief Executive Officer

Patrick Sullivan is the founder and chief executive of Parliament Street. Since 2012 with Patrick at the helm Parliament Street has grown to become one of the leaders in its field. Prior to that he had spent many years working at the prestigious Bow Group  think tank and in senior campaign roles within the Conservative Party. In 2012, Patrick served […]

by · 4th January 2015 · Chief Executive
How combining international aid & social media can transform Africa

How combining international aid & social media can transform Africa

Social media is impacting life in Africa at breakneck speed, and it is not just the usual suspects Facebook and Twitter. Parliament Street’s Clare George-Hilley explores. I have participated a number of high profile relief effort campaigns in Kenya, The Gambia working with The Glove Projectand Sierra Leone on the Street Child project. A common challenge for all these humanitarian […]

by · 18th June 2014 · Foreign Affairs, Blog