This week, techUK have set out seven recommended outcomes for promoting Innovation, Digital Technologies and Development for G20.
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This week, the Prime Minister publishes her Brexit white paper that suggests regions and sectors will have distinct worker deals.
The latest in the series of MOD ISS Engagement Days was hosted by MOD and techUK at the Holborn Grange Hotel on 30 January.
This week, techUK published a vital new report on the impact of Brexit on tech alongside with key asks for Government on the EU exit negotiations.
This week, The Prime Minister unveils the plans to leave the EU single market and Customs Union under Brexit.
Happy New Year! Here is the year's fortnightly round-up of the news and opportunities from techUK’s Justice & Emergency Services programme.
This week, more than 30 tech founders send their appeal to Theresa May to keep Britain ‘open to trade and talent’
Get your final fix of all things tech and digital policy before the Christmas break.
This week, The Chancellor has called for a transitional deal with EU to put a 'significant infrastructure' in place.
This week, the Brexit Secretary makes positive noises on migration and Ministers hear Brexit priorities from leading tech companies.
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This week, the Autumn Statement announced plans to plough £400m into the British Business Bank to support the UK’s growing companies.
This week, the chancellor will distribute more than £1bn for faster broadband speeds as part of a plan to be outlined in the Autumn Statement.
This week, technology companies respond to Donald Trump’s election victory and what it means for tech.
This week, techUK encourages the Prime Minister to place talent and data flows as a priority on her visit to India.
This week, techUK continues to highlight why supporting digital and tech are key for the future of the UK.
This week, the new Select Committee chairs for UK tech and startup founders address the Government emphasizing their dependence on international skills for growth.
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This week, several experts inform the Digital Economy Bill Committee that transparency is vital to public trust around data sharing.
techUK's Internet of Things Programme Update for the month of September.
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