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Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan analyses the local election results on London Live News

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan analyses the local election results on London Live News

Friday May 4th 2018 Today, Patrick Sullivan, Chief Executive of Parliament Street, appeared on London Live News to give his expert analysis of the London local election campaigns and results.

by · 9th May 2018 · Press Room
Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan writes for Public Sector Focus magazine

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan writes for Public Sector Focus magazine

Monday 30th April 2018 Today, Public Sector Focus magazine, published an exclusive thought piece, on Getting the NHS ready for GDPR, written by our Chief Executive, Patrick Sullivan. Public Sector Focus is aimed at decision makers with budgetary responsibility working in the public sector. Unlike other titles in the sector, Public Sector Focus covers the whole public sector keeping you […]

by · 30th April 2018 · Press Room
City Lunch Podcast: Steven George-Hilley, founder of Centropy PR

City Lunch Podcast: Steven George-Hilley, founder of Centropy PR

Listen to the podcast here Patrick Sullivan, CEO of the Parliament Street think tank reviews the morning newspapers and discusses the big stories of day with Steven George-Hilley, founder of Centropy PR. In this special 15 minute podcast, hot topics discussed include the impact of politics on investment decisions, the values of start-up companies and the legal implications of the […]

by · 9th October 2017 · Podcast
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