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Amy Borrett is a New Statesman Media Group data journalist.
The UK is looking to move away from the EU's vision of digital trade and align itself more closely with America's. Is it a risk worth taking?
Once a twilight zone, hacking is now a dynamic, lucrative marketplace – and more and more professional players are entering the game
The average house price is 65 times higher than in 1970 but average wages are only 36 times higher.
The Conservatives’ vote share increased by 23 percentage points, the largest gain achieved by a governing party in a Westminster by-election since 1945.
Levels of investment in the financial technology sector reflect resilience – and a bumper 2019.
The country is taking an ambitious approach to data sharing and protecting consumer rights.
If the UK can take the lead on regulating emerging tech, its many well-funded start-ups could prosper.
As one of the UK's most high-profile bankers, Robert Wigley witnessed first-hand the long-lasting damage caused by the financial crash.
As public perception of Big Tech shifts, politicians are developing competing models for the future of the internet.
The conflict between the US and China is not just for technological supremacy, but over two competing ideologies.