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The question is why the UK is being so timid. is it Johnson, ministers or the Blob? Let’s consider the options.
Leavers and Remainers have been premature to judge this major constitutional change.
Students need skills like resilience, financial education, oracy and teamwork to secure jobs and thrive in employment.
The Chancellor announced 2,000 new scholarships to promoted Artificial Intelligence, “a sign of our ambition for the future.”
In the debate about face-to-face appointments, it gets forgotten that some patients prefer video and telephone consultations.
One of the major question marks against Brexit was whether it would see the UK lose its influence over global affairs. This alliance suggests no.
If a business has easy access to low paid labour it will put off improving its technological processes.
It can become the best again, but only if the land forces element is revisited in the Government’s proposal.
Currently the UK spends around 1.7 per cent of its GDP on R&D. Yet the US and China are heading towards three per cent GDP, and others even more.
As our labour market thunders towards the digital age, we must urgently reconsider how we can support the skills most needed.
Spending amounts to an extra £24 billion over four years from today’s levels, helping to equip our Armed Forces.
The second in a mini-series of pieces on ConHome this week about schools after Covid.
Automation, artificial intelligence and the internet of things were already encouraging us to consider the future of employment.
Let’s slow things down, ensure a more joined up approach, and co-create policy with business to get back on track.