The general election 2015 has been full of nods towards a stronger digital economy, which each of the main parties’ manifestos highlighting how they plan to be a digital government.
In this guide find out all the coverage from the general election 2015, including details of manifestos from Labour, Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and SNP.
1Promises for a digital economy-
General election 2015 promises
With the 2015 election less than a month away, broadband stakeholders set out their manifesto and hopes for broadband policy Continue Reading
The three main national political parties competing for the 2015 general election have released their manifestos - but which is the most digital? Continue Reading
With advancements around data protection and state surveillance of internet traffic, the UK is heading into its first tech-aware general election Continue Reading
The Chancellor, George Osborne, has delivered his final Budget before the 2015 general election – and has included a range of measures to help support the growth of technology and digital government across the UK. Continue Reading
The Labour Party has set out its digital government priorities, criticising the coalition for failing to meets targets for 'digital by default' services Continue Reading
Labour has published a review into digital government which makes recommendations for shaping the future of policy-making Continue Reading
The Liberal Democrats has promised to create a £250m technology fund to finance a digital transformation of the NHS Continue Reading
2Read the digital manifestos-
General election 2015 manifestos
The Scottish National Party (SNP) has called for a universal service obligation to cover provision of broadband across the UK, in its 2015 general election manifesto. Continue Reading
The Conservative Party's manifesto for the 2015 general election promises to continue key technology policies, including 'digital by default' services Continue Reading
The Labour Party's 2015 election manifesto puts technology at the heart of policies for growth, education and public sector reform Continue Reading
All the major political parties must put IT at the core of their manifestos, with policies to support IT for individuals, businesses and the government, says an influential think-tank. Continue Reading
Labour aims to introduce a Technical Baccalaureate for 16-18 year olds if the party forms the next government. Continue Reading
The Liberal Democrats’ general election manifesto promises to double innovation spending and roll out high-speed broadband to 99.9% of homes Continue Reading
3General election 2015 e-voting-
How will the UK be voting?
With the 2015 UK general election ahead, electronic voting is once again under consideration, but security questions remain Continue Reading