Labour's tech priorities: boost safety and connectivity

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Conservative Party leadership crises and general disarray have delayed the passage of the Online Safety Bill several times
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Conservative Party leadership crises and general disarray have delayed the passage of the Online Safety Bill several times

The Shadow Digital Secretary criticised the Government for delaying the Online Safety Bill once again

Labour's digital strategy for the nation focuses on making the most of the digital era "for the many, not the few," and to establish "a new settlement" where power, money, and opportunities are dis...

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