The opportunities for efficiency, adaptability and growth offered by digital skills have never been so important to British businesses. The New Statesman asked a panel of experts, including Digital Minister Matt Hancock, Tinder Foundation CEO Helen Milner, Tech City CEO Gerard Grech and Google Policy Manager Katie O’Donovan, to pinpoint the weak spots and the opportunities for a smarter digital skills strategy.
My week, from the moment Corbyn saw Cameron resign to the voters who went from fury to regret.
Portland Communications has been accused of conspiring against Jeremy Corbyn. It's not true, but it does reveal a worrying political imbalance in the lobbying industry.
The soon-to-be-ex Prime Minister shouts "for heaven's sake man, go!" in a heated exchange at Prime Minister's Questions.
Returning to the scene of the crime.
After the EU referendum result, Nigel Farage said it was a "mistake" for Leave to suggest funds could go to the NHS. But what's this?
Not this too.
From France to Poland, we'll be rounding up Europe's responses to the EU referendum result.
Videos have emerged showing people shouting at the former mayor as he leaves his Islington home and makes his way to work.
Farage admitted that there was no guarantee the money will go to the NHS, but reassured viewers that £350m a week will be spent on something.
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