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6 items in POLITICS

People, money and market. These are the three things the UK Tech industry needs most post Brexit. Of course, it is exactly these three things we’re going to lose when we exit. Here’s TechUK’s 2017 manifesto to whichever party(s) form the next UK government. 
Issue #34 published 23 Apr 2020
Response for big tech firms is encouraging, though the portents, worrying in the extreme. There seems to be a looming conflict between government and corporation - few might have expected to be on the side of the corporates
Issue #17 published 23 Apr 2020
Silicon Valley - Peter Thiel aside - voted with near consensus against Donald Trump. Some might say this is pay back. Hiring for tech is about to get a lot harder. Relocate to Vancouver? It’s happening already. 
Issue #17 published 23 Apr 2020
Politics has always influenced how we hire. With a clear global shift toward an anti-immigrant, anti-globalisation right, politics in 2017 and beyond will have significant impact on hiring strategy. 
Issue #12 published 23 Apr 2020
Necessary article but not at all strong enough. Bottom line in the post Trump / post Brexit world, is that US and UK companies are going to have to invest a lot more on hiring as the addressable labour pool shrinks and bureaucratic obstacles get placed in the way of movement of labour. HR needs to plan for this now! Are you?
Issue #18 published 23 Apr 2020
Government vs Corporations - the battle lines are drawn. 6 months ago, this would have been about tax. Now, it’s about people. And who could’ve imagined that the Corps would be the good guys?
Issue #18 published 23 Apr 2020