Prime Minister calls for 'digital Dunkirk' in fight against coronavirus

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Stock photo. Credit: Chatham House
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Stock photo. Credit: Chatham House

Boris Johnson called on 30 UK tech firms to volunteer their resources to help UK response to COVID-19

Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on the heads of 30 different tech firms to volunteer resources to the UK's fight against coronavirus in what he described as a ‘digital Dunkirk'. The plea was made...

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