Government science spending falls, despite election pledge

Danny Palmer
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Cuts in technology and innovation funds of 7.6 per cent since 2010 - despite election pledge to maintain investment

Government spending on science and technological innovation has dropped by 7.6 per cent, despite an election pledge by Prime Minister David Cameron to protect funding in the field. The figures c...

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