Hence my comments on the need for a serious review of what it is that we really do wish to achieve and the means of doing so. That means cutting across a number of agendas: from the cyber warfare and defence responsibilities of the MoD and Foreign Office through the "defence of the realm" and the law enforcement agendas of the Home Office and Ministry of Justice and the Intellectual Property rights agendas of BIS and DCMS to whether the Treasury really does want the tax revenues that should be generated were the UK to become a natural "home" for globally trusted on-line operations.
We should also be aware that other nations will be only too delighted for us to fail - while mouthing weasel words of support.
Where and how will those agendas be brought together, given the short term vested interests of the various players? Hmmmm ?