The EU is Failing to Deliver on its Ambition to Create a Digital Single Market
Key announcements on ePrivacy Regulation and Building a European Data Economy will not deliver environment needed for European start-ups to scale and grow.
techUK Joins Europe's Top Tech Voices in Call to Renew Focus on Growth & Trade
techUK joins French and German sister organisations urging focus on economic prize of the Digital Single Market and smooth Brexit transition
The Digital Single Market will be important for the UK’s digital economy long after Britain exits the EU and will remain the cornerstone of EU tech policy. We continue to engage policy makers in London and Brussels to ensure the Digital Single Market works for businesses in the UK.
A useful guide to our policy resources.
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