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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
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BRIEFING NOTE: General Election 2015 Polling

With just one day to go before the British public cast their vote at the ballot box, the ground war is hotting up. James Downes examines the current state of the polls in looking at both vote and seat shares, before outlining the importance of campaigning for the Conservative Party on the final day of the election. The State of the […]

by and · 6th May 2015 · Research
The 2015 British General Election: Core Battlegrounds

The 2015 British General Election: Core Battlegrounds

  This report investigates the defining battlegrounds that are likely to play an influential role amongst voters in this General Election. The analysis draws on current public opinion data from TNS opinion, YouGov, alongside ICM in investigating the issue salience of immigration, economic perceptions and leadership competence evaluations amongst voters. These are likely to be the core issues that dominate […]

by and · 29th April 2015 · Research
An SNP/ Labour alliance might just be key to swaying UKIP voters to Tory fold in May

An SNP/ Labour alliance might just be key to swaying UKIP voters to Tory fold in May

In this article Alexandra Swann argues that the prospect of an SNP/ Labour alliance, may just be enough to convince UKIP voters to back the Conservatives. Pleas from David Cameron however, shall not. The General Election is just 14 days away and still wholly for the taking. No one can call it; more surprising yet, no one is claiming otherwise. […]

by and · 23rd April 2015 · Blog
Rob Halfon MP

Why we need Blue Collar Tories like Rob Halfon

  I’ve never quite known what to make of Ian Dale’s political projections. Having completed a Masters in Public Opinion and Polling and having an all-round interest in politics, Dale’s projections –if anything–give people like me, at the very least, something to read and gossip about. They no doubt also give candidates an extra boost if positive and an unhelpful […]

by and · 20th January 2015 · Tory Thought
Interview: David Campbell Bannerman MEP

Interview: David Campbell Bannerman MEP

This week Parliament Street’s Charlotte Kude met David Campbell Bannerman, Conservative member of the European Parliament for the East of England. A great supporter of the Commonwealth, he was born in India but has lived in the UK since childhood. After graduating from Edinburgh University with an MA (Honours) degree, he first worked for advertising agencies and public relations companies. He went […]

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