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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
Why Labour failed in Tower Hamlets

Why Labour failed in Tower Hamlets

So Lutfur Rahman has once again been re-elected as mayor of Tower Hamlets, a borough I have only recently moved to. Since moving from west Berkshire, I have had something of a culture shock, in a good way though. The borough is alive, bustling, young, ethnically diverse and highly politically charged. This feels a thousand miles away from the pleasant, but […]

by · 10th June 2014 · Home Affairs
Eton mess to bread and butter pudding: A Tory future

Eton mess to bread and butter pudding: A Tory future

The local election results have been met with quiet grumbles from rank and file Conservative Party members, in a result made half-bearable by oddball Ed Miliband’s miserable performance at the ballot box. However the fact remains that Labour made serious and damaging gains into some key Tory bastions including London Boroughs such as Hammersmith and Fulham and my own stomping ground of Croydon. […]

by · 25th May 2014 · Tory Thought
Parliament Street makes Front Page of The Metro again

Parliament Street makes Front Page of The Metro again

Parliament Street secured a front page splash on UK national newspaper The Metro on the topic of crimes on Twitter and Facebook Steven George-Hilley discussed the topics in The Metro and The Daily Mail.  

by · 17th March 2014 · Press Room
Business Computing World: Father Christmas Mastered Big Data, So Why Can’t The Public Sector?

Business Computing World: Father Christmas Mastered Big Data, So Why Can’t The Public Sector?

In a festive article for Business Computing World, Steven George-Hilley looks at how Big Data can be used in the public sector As 2013 draws to a close there have been numerous reminders of just how chronically ill-equipped the UK public sector is for capturing, crunching and deploying big data to improve services. These shortcomings are not simply a minor […]

by · 23rd December 2013 · Press Room
Parliament Street makes front page of The Metro

Parliament Street makes front page of The Metro

Parliament Street research into rising crime figures on Britain’s rail network was front page news in The Metro newspaper. The story was also covered by the Daily Mail, The Mirror and The Evening Standard.

by · 19th November 2013 · Tech Frontiers, Press Room
Steven George-Hilley interview with ITV

Steven George-Hilley interview with ITV

Parliament Street Director Steven George-Hilley went on ITV’s Daybreak show at Conservative Party conference. George-Hilley was chatting about the  threat posed by UKIP to the party. The interview was just one media slot of many at party conference by the Parliament Street team. Other interviews included  discussions with the BBC and local radio shows. He told the breakfast show that the support for UKIP would fall […]

by · 2nd October 2013 · Press Room
Downing Street Affair: How Social Media Lost its *Innocent Face*

Downing Street Affair: How Social Media Lost its *Innocent Face*

By Steven George-Hilley The social media revolution has empowered millions of people across the globe, providing a platform for instant interaction and content sharing in real-time with vast online communities at the touch of a button. It has also fundamentally changed the traditional approach to news gathering with media outlets geared towards securing front-page scoops accompanied by a big splash […]

by · 4th June 2013 · Blog
Scotland Yard sacks seven for misusing social media and Officer resigns over offensive Tweets about Margaret Thatcher

Scotland Yard sacks seven for misusing social media and Officer resigns over offensive Tweets about Margaret Thatcher

Read more at the Evening Standard

Steven George Hilley addressed technology conference BETT

Steven George-Hilley addresses the world's largest technology conference

by · 31st January 2013 · Blog