Theresa May to take her crusade against secure communications to Davos

Nicholas Fearn
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Theresa May to criticise technology companies while at the same time pitching the UK as a centre for AI and machine learning

Prime Minister Theresa May has taken her campaign against secure communications to the World Economic Forum in Davos in a bid to enlist support among technology giants and the so-called global elit...

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