Articles by Patrick Sullivan

Chairman of the Parliament Street think tank

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    David Davis must step forward

    David Davis has an opporutnity to transform the fortunes of the Conservative Party and deliver the Brexit that the British people voted for, his time is now

    by Patrick Sullivan - 27 October 2018
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    Enough is enough: The case against Theresa May

    The last time the Tory Party was this divided was in 1846 when the Peel administration pushed through the repeal of the Corn Laws and was swept out of office by a backbench rebellion. Leading that rebellion was a relative newcomer to the Conservative benches in the House of Commons, one Benjamin Disraeli, argues Patrick Sullivan

    by Patrick Sullivan - 27 October 2018
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    The People’s Vote: Labour's October Surprise?

    Pressure is mounting on Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour leadership to embrace a People's Vote; if they do it would be a game changer, argues political expert Patrick Sullivan

    by Patrick Sullivan - 17 October 2018
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    Theresa May humiliated as Brexit rally upstages Tory conference

    Empty seats define Tory conference as rival Brexit Advance conference attracts thousands of delegates in Birmingham. Boris Johnson speech set to further ruffle feathers as Brexiteers demand May's EU plan is scrapped

    by Patrick Sullivan -  2 October 2018
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    Tory Party conference is now for the corporations, not its constitutents

    This week Brexit Advance, an alternative to Tory conference, is taking place against the back drop of increasing unrest amongst rank and file Conservatives with the unpopular Chequers deal being pushed by the Prime Minister. Conference organisers have said that the aim of the conference is to make the Case for Conservatism, which the current leadership of the Conservative Party is losing sight of, argues Patrick Sullivan, CEO of Parliament Street

    by Patrick Sullivan -  1 October 2018
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    Police need the latest cyber skills to keep Britain safe

    In an exclusive opinion article, Patrick Sullivan, CEO of leading UK think tank Parliament Street argues that it’s time to give police forces extra cybercrime resources to tackle sophisticated attacks from Russia

    by Patrick Sullivan - 19 March 2018
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    Cameron preparing Friday reshuffle following EU vote

    Sources within the Civil Service speculate around a Cabinet reshuffle this Friday following a bruising Brexit debate. Prime Minister David Cameron expected to make significant changes including moving Business Secretary Sajid Javid to another key role following Tata Steel crisis

    by Patrick Sullivan - 22 June 2016