* Paul Walter is a Liberal Democrat activist in Newbury and West Berkshire. He is part of the Liberal Democrat Voice team and blogs at Liberal Burblings.
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- TCO 26th May - 3:10pm
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- Roland 26th May - 2:51pm
Michael "I think that the first uses are likely to be public transport/taxi like applications – a taxi but without the expense of drivers." Well...
- The Professor 26th May - 2:42pm
As a software developer I am fully aware that the leading edge technology soon becomes the bleeding edge technology. So let Google explore all the...
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Squabbles between public schoolboy toffs - and shouts of "fight, fight" from small fry who hold their coats are of little relevance in the real...
- David Faggiani 26th May - 2:10pm
I like the approach this article takes, one of identifying a goal (Basic Income) and then setting out policy steps to get closer to it....
- Roland 26th May - 2:10pm
@Tobi - sorry, my point was the existing measures and incentives and supportive government words, seem to be sufficient to encourage technology R&D investment into...
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