Booming silicon roundabout 'owes nothing to government'

Stuart Sumner
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Founder of East London startup says government plans to attract giant tech companies to local area risk damaging startup industry

The influx of tech startups in the silicon roundabout region of East London owes nothing to the government, despite Prime Minister David Cameron's attempts to associate himself with the trend. This...

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