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Tuesday 18 June 2024

*UKHotViewsExtra* Reform, Lib Deb and Green manifestos: tech implications

Manifesto coversPart 2 of TechMarketView's General Election 2024 manifesto coverage. In today’s HotViewExtra article we are looking at the pledges of Reform UK, Liberal Democrats and Green Party. 

The manifesto promises of these three parties span a wide range of approaches to taxation, spending and policy focus. Despite the differences, there are some common themes relating to the role of technology. The Liberal Democrats and Green Party both emphasise the importance of ethical and inclusive technology, particularly in relation to AI, and propose introducing a Digital Bill of Rights. They all discuss the importance of green energy technology, but there are clearly huge differences in approach between Reform and the other two parties, particularly regarding Net Zero targets. All three parties mention the potential for technology to improve public services, such as healthcare and policing, but provide very limited details on implementation.  

UKHV Premium logoTechMarketView subscribers, including UKHotViews Premium subscribers, can read more about the tech policies of Reform UK, Liberal Democrats and Green Party in our expanded UKHotViewsExtra article here.

You can read Part 1, which covered the Labour and Conservative manifestos here. Coverage of the technology-related pledges in the Plaid Cymru and Scottish National Party manifestos will be available later this week.

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Posted by: Dale Peters at 09:57

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