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Forget the Port of Dover, think Port 80 if a no-deal Brexit happens This article is sponsored by:

A no-deal Brexit spells complications for millions of UK businesses. Two academics offer their views about what lies ahead in the event of the UK crashing out of the EU.

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Prime Minister begins to act on Dominic Cummings’ Brexit plan to make the UK a ‘science superpower’ This article is sponsored by:

Boris Johnson this week revealed plans to develop a new fast-track visa route for researchers and specialists in science, engineering and technology.

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GDS and Singapore GovTech Agency sign agreement to collaborate on digital government services This article is sponsored by:

Under the agreement, the UK’s Government Digital Service (GDS) and Singapore GovTech will share knowledge and best practice.

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Gove - ‘Brexit means we need to retool the government machine’ This article is sponsored by:

Michael Gove, the Prime Minister’s de-facto deputy and leader on no-deal Brexit preparations, hints at change in the way Whitehall operates.

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What impact will Dominic Cummings have on digital government? This article is sponsored by:

It may not be the question that most people are asking, given what’s happening on the national political stage, but the impact of Dominic Cummings on digital government is one worth considering.

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Digital Minister James resigns after voting to stop Boris proroguing Parliament This article is sponsored by:

Margot James MP, Minister for Digital and Creative Industries, said that Boris Johnson’s statements about proroguing Parliament were a “bridge too far”.

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Salesforce International President Miguel Milano - Brexit prep is under control, but Europe's skills "catastrophe" needs an academic approach This article is sponsored by:

A catch-up with Salesforce's International President against a backdrop of Brexit, venture capital and Europe's skills "catastrophe".

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Skills gaps, funding innovation and asking digital transformation questions - Salesforce UK head Paul Smith tours key topics This article is sponsored by:

A chat with Paul Smith, Salesforce UK General Manager, as the firm's World Tour hits London.

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GDPR - forcing organizations to wake up to data protection basics This article is sponsored by:

With GDPR a reality and Brexit looming on the horizon, organizations have some basic data protection questions to ask themselves.

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The Year That Was - the Derek version This article is sponsored by:

Brexit, the fall of GDS, diversity and the rise of automation - items on Derek’s 2018 look back.

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