Hermann Hauser: Brexit is 'biggest loss of sovereignty since 1066'

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Of the three areas of the world with the expertise and resources to develop chips, only the EU is one the UK should want to be part of, said Hauser
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Of the three areas of the world with the expertise and resources to develop chips, only the EU is one the UK should want to be part of, said Hauser

Hermann Hauser, a pioneer of Arm technology, says Britain has no chance of being technologically independent after leaving the EU.

The co-founder of the company that created Arm believes Brexit was a tactical error, and a hi-tech future will force the UK to look to Europe. Hermann Hauser, co-founder of Acorn Computers, whic...

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