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General Election 2017: Who gets the tech vote?
In this week’s Computer Weekly, as the UK votes for a new government in the 2017 general election, we examine the digital policies in the manifestos of the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties, and hear what IT trade body TechUK would like to see for the tech sector from the next administration. Read the issue now.
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Tories aim to create a digital charter, continuing a “digital by default” government and a dynamic digital economy
The Labour Party’s 2017 election manifesto highlights better use of technology, maintaining data protection, and a £250bn investment in infrastructure
The Liberal Democrats 2017 election manifesto promises 30Mbps broadband, a focus on innovation and a digital bill of rights