Liam Byrne is Labour MP for Birmingham Hodge Hill and Shadow Digital Minister. He is the author of Dragons: Ten Entrepreneurs Who Built Britain.
Britain, the nation that led the first industrial revolution, is an also-ran in the fourth.
The government of Madrid now uses digital technology to get citizens’ ideas for how to spend their taxes.
We need to widen opportunities for digital entrepreneurs, or risk being left behind.
Last year a million newcomers arrived. European migration policy is going to adapt. In the meantime, Britain must not step into the void.
Big business is driving down wages, failing to invest, and funnelling rewards to the richest. Entrepreneurs - and the state - need to fill the gap.
Trump's success is a howl of rage at an economy that doesn't work anymore, says Liam Byrne.
A recent visit to Iraq has left me doubtful that the Prime Minister's plan can suceed, says Liam Byrne.
The Department for Education is now insisting that British values are taught in schools - but the most important one of all is missing.
David Cameron has given up on talking to China about anything except trade. Here's how Jeremy Corbyn can plot a better course.
Yvette's speech has changed the game - supporters of Andy and Liz must give her their second preferences, says Liam Byrne.