Posts Tagged ‘Labour’

Digital Manifesto 05/02/2010

If we are to believe the “slip ups” from Cabinet members about the date of the General Election, the 6th May 2010 is only three months away.  Although many people will try, no-one can estimate who will be the country’s next Prime Minister and government party.

However, as time gets closer to the date in May, the three main parties are starting to release snippets of their manifestos to encourage would-be voters.  The Conservative Party are no different…..
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Keeping on top of new developments 12/05/2009

Listening to the BBC Breakfast News yesterday, while getting ready for work, didn’t really tell me anything I didn’t already know. Is that because I am always one step ahead when it comes to breaking news? No, it is because I am working at Digital Birmingham!

Wading through all the information about the ministerial expenses debate, Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid turned their attention to innovation in the terms of smart metering and intelligent transport – both of which Digital Birmingham supports in the local area.

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Government gets digital with new ID card 26/09/2008

50,000 foreign nationals will be the first to test out the new identification cards, revealed by the Government, in a bid to reduce illegal immigrants gaining entry, prevent identity theft and assist bodies such as the Police to identify people quicker.

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