Digital bogged down by bureaucracy: an interview with Tom Loosemore formerly of Government Digital Service (GDS)

John Leonard
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'There are so many vested interests in this country feeding off the friction that the bureaucracy makes for itself'

Tom Loosemore, who until recently was deputy director of the UK Government Digital Service (GDS), is an eminently quotable man. Here's one of his: "There are so many vested interests in this countr...

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